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Date: Monday, 10/July/2023
Digital Pathways Through Newspaper Advertisements: Workflows from Printed Page to Digital Analysis with the Avisblatt-R-Package
Location: Workshop Venue 5

Lars Dickmann, Anna Reimann, Ina Serif

University of Basel, Switzerland

Frameworks for User-Focused Digital Humanities Projects: Half-day workshop proposal
Location: Workshop Venue 6

Rennie Mapp1, Eveline Wandl-Vogt2, Roberto Theron3

1: U of Virginia, United States of America; 2: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities; 3: University of Salamanca

LEAF: Developing Streamlined Digital Scholarly Workflows with the Linked Editing Academic Framework
Location: Workshop Venue 7

Diane Katherine Jakacki1, Susan Brown2, James Cummings3, Mihaela Ilovan4, Rachel Milio1

1: Bucknell University, United States of America; 2: University of Guelph, Canada; 3: Newcastle University, United Kingdom; 4: University of Alberta, Canada

Amplifying unheard voices in Digital Humanities: an OpenMethods edit-a-thon
Location: Workshop Venue 8

Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra1, Ulrike Wuttke2, Alíz Horváth3, Christopher Nunn4

1: DARIAH ERIC, Germany; 2: University of Applied Sciences Potsdam; 3: Eötvös Loránd University Budapest; 4: Ruprecht Karls Universität Heidelberg

Multilingual taxonomy initiative - TaDiRAH as community of practice
Location: Workshop Venue 9

Luise Borek1, Canan Hastik2, Quinn Dombrowski3, Daan Broeder4, Annika Rockenberger5, Kiyonori Nagasaki6, Ryo Mochizuki7, Shumpei Katakura8, Drahomira Cupar9, Ikki Ohmukai7

1: Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany; 2: Independent scholar, TaDiRAH board member; 3: Stanford University; 4: KNAW Humanities Cluster, The Netherlands; 5: University of Oslo Library; 6: International Institute for Digital Humanities; 7: The University of Tokyo; 8: Tokyo National Museum; 9: University of Zadar

TwinTalks 4: Understanding and Facilitating Remote Collaboration in DH
Location: Workshop Venue 1
The workshop is a joint initiative by the European Social Sciences and Humanities Research Infrastructures CLARIN and DARIAH and it will be organised as part of the DH 2023 Collaboration and Opportunity Conference that will take place on July 10-14 in Graz, Austria.Dates and LocationMain conference: 10-14 July, Messe Congress Graz convention centreTwinTalks workshop: 10 July, 9:00 - 17:00, University of Graz   Important Dates 15 March 2023: Call for Papers 15 May 2023: Submission deadline 15 June 2023: Notification of acceptance 30 June 2023: Deadline for the final version of extended abstracts 10 July 2023 (9:00 - 17:00 CEST): Workshop Submission instructions Call for contributions: Format: PDF. For format instructions, see (right-click and choose "save link as") Size: Extended abstracts, size ca 4-8 pages (between 2000-4000 words), covering research questions and answers, technical...

Darja Fišer1,4, Steven Krauwer1,3, Sally Chambers2,5, Agiatis Bernadou2,6, Iulianna van der Lek-Ciudin1

1: CLARIN ERIC; 2: DARIAH-EU; 3: Institute of Contemporary History; 4: Utrecht University; 5: Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities; 6: Digital Curation Unit, ATHENA R.C.

DH4MA - (Digital Humanities for Marginal Areas). Tangible and Intangible heritage digitalization to promote marginal areas and rural development
Location: Workshop Venue 2

Individual Call for Papers!


Antonio Pascucci, Carola Carlino, Johanna Monti, Raffaele Manna

L'Orientale University of Naples, Italy

An introduction to Transkribus: how to use Handwritten Text Recognition in research and teaching
Location: Workshop Venue 3

Sara Mansutti

READ COOP, Austria

How can you trust your code?
Location: Workshop Venue 4

DHTech Special Interest Group Workshop


Julia Damerow, Malte Vogl, Rebecca Sutton Koeser, Robert Casties

Labs for Labs: a participatory workshop on digital lab practices in the humanities and social sciences
Location: Workshop Venue 5

Aodhán Kelly1, Arianna Ciula2, Ginestra Ferraro2, Thom Frissen2, Costas Papadopoulos2, Claartje Rasterhoff2, Pamela Mellen2, Geoffroy Noël2

1: Maastricht University, Netherlands, The; 2: King's College London

Who are the Users in Multilingual DH Research?: A Community Exploration
Location: Workshop Venue 6

Aliz Horvath1, Cosima Wagner2, David Wrisley3

1: Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary; 2: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 3: NYU Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

SPARQL for (Digital) Humanists – Querying Wikidata and the MiMoTextBase
Location: Workshop Venue 7

Julia Röttgermann, Tinghui Duan, Maria Hinzmann, Anne Klee, Johanna Konstanciak, Christof Schöch, Moritz Steffes

Trier Center for Digital Humanities, Trier University, Germany

The Programming Historian: Developing a Digital Humanities Tutorial
Location: Workshop Venue 8

Scott Kleinman1, Alex Wermer-Colan2, Joana Vieira Paulino3, Nabeel Siddiqui4, Zoe LeBlanc5

1: Cal State Northridge, United States of America; 2: Temple University, United States of America; 3: Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal; 4: Susquehanna University, United States of America; 5: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, United States of America

SIG-DLS Seven Years on
Location: Workshop Venue 9

Special Interest Group-DLS Workshop


Simone Rebora, Joanna Byszuk, Francesca Frontini, J. Berenike Herrmann, Suzanne Mpouli, Pablo Ruiz Fabo

Date: Tuesday, 11/July/2023
Put Them In to Get Them Out: the ParlaMint Corpora for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences Research
Location: Workshop Venue 5

Darja Fišer1, Anna Kryvenko1,2, Petya Osenova3,4, Kristina Pahor de Maiti5

1: Institute of Contemporary History, Slovenia; 2: NISS, Ukraine; 3: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria; 4: Sofia University “St. Kl. Ohridski”, Bulgaria; 5: University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Workshop CATMA featuring GitMA and Vis-A-Vis
Location: Workshop Venue 6

Mareike Katharina Schumacher1, Dominik Gerstorfer1, Evelyn Gius1, Malte Meister1, Ophir Münz-Manor2

1: Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany; 2: The Open University of Israel

Tutorial - Collaborative approaches to discourse: Music scholarship using performance recordings and Linked Data annotations
Location: Workshop Venue 7

David Lewis1, Kevin Page1, Chanda VanderHart2, David M. Weigl2

1: Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford; 2: mdw - University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria

Creating a DH workflow in the SSH Open Marketplace
Location: Workshop Venue 8

Laure Barbot1, Elena Battaner Moro2, Stefan Buddenbohm3, Cesare Concordia4, Maja Dolinar5, Matej Ďurčo6, Edward Gray1, Cristina Grisot7,8, Klaus Illmayer6, Martin Kirnbauer6, Mari Kleemola9,10, Alexander König11, Michael Kurzmeier12, Barbara McGillivray13, Clara Parente Boavida14, Christian Schuster15, Irena Vipavc Brvar5,10, Magdalena Wnuk16

1: DARIAH; 2: Universidad Rey Juan Carlos; 3: Göttingen State and University Library; 4: CNR-ISTI; 5: ADP; 6: ACDH-CH; 7: University of Zurich; 8: DaSCH; 9: FSD; 10: CESSDA; 11: CLARIN; 12: University College Cork; 13: King's College London; 14: Iscte-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa; 15: Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca; 16: Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences

AudiAnnotate Workshop with Radio Venceremos, Rebel Radio Station and SpokenWeb: Using IIIF with AV to Build Editions and Exhibits.
Location: Workshop Venue 9

Tanya Clement, Zoe Bursztajn-Illingworth, Trent Wintermeier, Vera Burrows

University of Texas, United States of America

Semantic Web and Linked Open Data in Historical Sciences
Location: Workshop Venue 1

Bärbel Kröger1, Johanna Sophia Störiko2, Jörg Wettlaufer1

1: Academy of Sciences and Humanities Göttingen, Germany; 2: Institut for Digital Humanities. Georg-August University Göttingen, Germany

A Model for Modeling Problems - Game Design as an Exercise in Formal Abstraction
Location: Workshop Venue 2

Steffen Pielström, Jorit Wintjes

University of Würzburg, Germany

OCR4all - Open-Source OCR and HTR Across the Centuries
Location: Workshop Venue 3

Florian Langhanki, Maximilian Wehner, Torsten Roeder, Christian Reul

University of Wuerzburg, Germany

AV (Audio/Visual) in DH
Location: Workshop Venue 4

AV in DH Special Interest Group Workshop


Lauren Tilton

Digital Humanities Applications of spaCy’s Span Categorizer
Location: Workshop Venue 5

Edward Schmul1, Ákos Kádár1, Andrew Janco6, David Lassner3, Nick Budak4, Toma Tasovac2, Natalia Ermolaev5, Jajwalya Karajgikar6

1: ExplosionAI; 2: DARIAH; 3: TU Berlin; 4: Stanford University; 5: Princeton University; 6: University of Pennsylvania

Drafting Standards for Stylometry
Location: Workshop Venue 6

Patrick Juola1, Joanna Byszuk2

1: Duquesne University, United States of America; 2: Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Creating, storing, and sharing your own web archives with open source Webrecorder tools
Location: Workshop Venue 7

Jasmine Tiffany Mulliken1, Ilya Kreymer2

1: Stanford University, United States of America; 2: Webrecorder

From Sketching to Coding: Visualization as a Thinking Process
Location: Workshop Venue 8

Uta Hinrichs1, Florian Windhager2, Mennatallah El-Assady3, Eric Alexander4, Adam Bradley5, Mark-Jan Bludau6

1: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2: Danube University Krems, Austria; 3: ETH Zurich, Switzerland; 4: Carleton College, US; 5: Uncharted Software Inc.; 6: University of Applied Sciences, Potsdam, Germany

Workshop HTR-United: metadata, quality control and sharing process for HTR training data
Location: Workshop Venue 9

Thibault Clérice1,2, Alix Chagué2,3

1: Centre Jean Mabillon, PSL-Ecole nationales des chartes; 2: ALMAnaCH, Inria, France; 3: Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada

OC: Opening Ceremony
Location: MCG-A

Opening Ceremony and Welcome to DH2023

OK: Opening Keynote
Location: MCG-A

Opening Keynote

OR: Opening Reception
Location: MCG-H

Opening Reception

Date: Wednesday, 12/July/2023
PN-W1A: Exploring the borderlands
Location: MCG-A

Exploring the borderlands. A revolutionary potential for DH

Luise Borek2, Sarah Lang1, Quinn Dombrowski3, Domenico Fiormonte4, Daniele Metilli5, Padmini Ray Murray6, Dibyadyuti Roy7, Melissa Terras8

1: Universität Graz, Austria; 2: TU Darmstadt, Germany; 3: Stanford University, CA; 4: Università Roma Tre, Italy; 5: University College London, UK; 6: Design Beku, India; 7: University of Leeds, UK; 8: University of Edinburgh, UK

LP-W1B: Stylometry
Location: MCG-B

Can Machine Translation of Literary Texts Fool Stylometry?

Jan Rybicki

Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Poland

A Statistical Exploration of the Hypothesized Partition of the Books of Genesis and Exodus into Priestly and non-Priestly Components

Gideon Yoffe1,2, Axel Buehler4, Thomas Roemer3, Nachum Dershowitz2, Eli Piasetzky2, Israel Finkelstein2, Barak Sober1

1: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; 2: Tel Aviv University, Israel; 3: Collège de France; 4: Université de Genève

Colette, Curnonsky, and the Willy workshop Assessing relative contributions and influences beyond “collaborative authorship”

Florian Cafiero1, Marie Puren2,3

1: Sciences Po, France; 2: EPITA, France; 3: Centre Jean-Mabillon, France

LP-W1C: Education
Location: MCG-C

How Corpus Analysis Helps Operationalize Research Questions and Entices Literary Scholars to Learn Programming

Silvie Cinková1, Václav Cvrček2, Maarten Janssen1, Michal Křen2

1: Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Czech Republic; 2: Charles University, Faculty of Arts, Czech Republic

D or H – What leads in DH? Envisaging the Digital Humanities Space in India

Sharanya Ghosh, Vasundhra Dahiya, Lavanya Dahiya, Aanya Chadha

Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur, India

Student-Focused Digital Projects in Short-Term Study Abroad Experiences

Matt Applegate, Sarah Evans, Katherine Schmidt

Molloy University, United States of America

LP-W1D: Socio-anthropological approaches
Location: MCG-D

Age, Sex, and Diseases of Dead People - Integrating Anthropological Analysing Methods into DH Tools

Nina Richards1, Stefan Eichert2, Alexander Watzinger1, Bernhard Koschicek-Krombholz1, Andreas Olschnögger1, Christoph Hoffmann1, Moritz Großfurtner1

1: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria; 2: Natural History Museum Vienna

Localizing Community Resilience within the Digital Humanities: Examples from the Penghu Archipelago 💬 💬

Oliver Streiter1, Ya-qing Zhan2, Yoann Goudin1

1: National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan; 2: University of Hamburg

Becoming the digital humanities as discourse(s) of subjectivation

Cindarella Petz

Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz (IEG), Germany

LP-W1E: Institutional collaboration
Location: MCG-E

Collaboration as Necessity: Institutional Support for Digital Humanities Research

Jonathan Blumtritt2, Tessa Gengnagel2, Jan Horstmann1, Claes Neuefeind2

1: University of Münster, Germany; 2: University of Cologne, Germany

Building Digital Capacities through Collaboration. The case of Proyecto Humboldt Digital (Havana/Berlin)

Tobias Kraft1, Antonio Rojas Castro1, Grisel Terrón2, Alaina Solernou2, Eritk Guerra2, Linda Kirsten1

1: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften (BBWA), Germany; 2: Oficina del Historiador de la Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba

“Together” : interdisciplinarity, collaboration and participation in digital cultural heritage research. The case of the Congruence Engine project

Anna-Maria Sichani1, Arran Rees2, Stefania Zardini3

1: University of London, United Kingdom; 2: University of Leeds, United Kingdom; 3: Science Museum, United Kingdom

LP-W1F: Audio and video
Location: MCG-F

Zoetrope – Interactive Feature Exploration in News Videos

Bernhard Liebl, Manuel Burghardt

Computational Humanities Group, Leipzig University

Multimodal genre recognition of Chinese operas with hybrid fusion

Tao Fan1,2, Hao Wang1, Tobias Hodel2

1: Nanjing University, China, People's Republic of; 2: University of Bern, Switzerland

Distortion: Authority, Authenticity, and Agency in Zora Neale Hurston’s Black Folk Recordings

Tanya Clement

University of Texas, United States of America

LP-W1G: Geospatial methods
Location: MCG-G

Marco Polo’s Travels Revisited: From Motion Event Detection to Optimal Path Computation in 3D Maps

Andreas Niekler1, Magdalena Wolska2, Marvin Thiel1, Matti Wiegmann2, Benno Stein2, Manuel Burghardt1

1: Leipzig University, Germany; 2: Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany

Link Visions Together: Visualizing Geographies of Late Qing and Republican China

Qun Che1, Nungyao Lin2, Shih-Pei Chen3, Calvin Yeh3

1: Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, People's Republic of; 2: Taipei Palace Museum, Taiwan; 3: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science

Mapping Memes in the Napoleonic Cadastre: Expanding Frontiers in Memetics

Rémi Petitpierre

EPFL, Switzerland

PN-W2A: Intersectional Feminist Revolutions in Digital Humanities
Location: MCG-A

Intersectional Feminist Revolutions in Digital Humanities – approaches, histories, and methods

Sharon Webb1, Cécile Chevalier1, Jeneen Naji2, Irene Fubara-Manuel1, Izzy Fox2, Laurence Hill1

1: University of Sussex, United Kingdom; 2: Maynooth University, Ireland

SP-W2B: Corpora
Location: MCG-B

Turning the Carniolan regional assembly proceedings into an enriched historical corpus

Matija Marolt1, Jure Gašparič2, Aleksander Mundjar1, Alenka Kavčič1, Darja Fišer2, Andrej Pančur2

1: University of Ljubljana, Slovenia; 2: Institute of Contemporary History, Slovenia

Mapping spatial named entities from noisy OCR output: Epimethee from OCR to map.

Caroline Koudoro-Parfait1,2,3, Motasem Alrahabi1, Yoann Dupont4, Gaël Lejeune2, Glenn Roe1

1: ObTIC, Observatoire des textes des idées et des corpus, Sorbonne Université, France; 2: STIH, Sens Texte Informatique Histoire, Sorbonne Université, France; 3: SCAI, Sorbonne Center for Artificial Intelligence, Sorbonne Université, France; 4: Lattice, Langues, Textes, Traitements informatiques, Cognition, France

ÚRSCÉAL: Building and Analysing a Corpus of the early Irish-language Novel.

Justin Tonra

University of Galway, Ireland

Replicating a Data-Driven Corpus Analysis: The Example of Academic Language

Melanie Andresen, Axel Pichler

Universität Stuttgart, Germany

Nestroy Corpus Analysis (NestroyCA): NLP for 19th century Austrian Drama

Sabine Laszakovits, Christina Katsikadeli

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

SP-W2C: Working with manuscripts
Location: MCG-C

Supervised vs. unsupervised deep learnign for medieval Hebrew manuscripts

Daria Vasyutinsky Shapira3, Irina Rabaev2, Reem Alaasam1, Jihad El-Sana1

1: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; 2: Shamoon College of Engineering, Beer-Sheva, Israel; 3: The Open University of Israel

Zero-shot keyword spotting, using CLIP for modern manuscripts

Loren Verreyen

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Documenting Workflows for HTR to TEI Conversions for Cultural Institutions: The Evolving Hands Project

James Cummings1, Diane Jakacki2, Valentina Flex1, Evie Jeffrey1, Carrie Pirmann2, Ian Johnson1, Alexandra Healey1

1: Newcastle University, United Kingdom; 2: Bucknell University, USA

“I’m here to fight for ground truth”: HTR-United, a solution towards a common for HTR training data

Alix Chagué1,2, Thibault Clérice3,1

1: ALMAnaCH, Inria, France; 2: Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada; 3: Centre Jean Mabillon, PSL-Ecole nationales des chartes

Constrained. A Computational Study of the Influence of Formal Characteristics on the Transmission of the Middle Dutch Martijn trilogy by Jacob van Maerlant

Sofie Moors1,2

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: FWO Research Foundation - Flanders

LP-W2D: Visualizing text
Location: MCG-D

Mapping Antiquity in Collaboration: The Digital Periegesis Project

Anna Foka1, Elton Barker2, Kyriaki Konstantinidou3, Brady Kiesling4

1: Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: Open University, UK; 3: Swedish Institute Athens; 4: Swedish Institute Athens

The Dots and the Line. How to Visualize the Argumentative Structure of an Essay

Margherita Parigini1, Michele Mauri2

1: University of Geneva, Switzerland; 2: Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Communication Landscapes of the 19th Century: The Speed, Geographical Coverage and Content of News in the Rigasche Zeitung

Krister Kruusmaa

National Library of Estonia

SP-W2E: Tools and platforms
Location: MCG-E

Pose Annotation Project for Artworks: A participatory annotation platform for automated body pose estimation in art.

Valentine Bernasconi, Darío Negueruela del Castillo

Digital Visual Studies, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Creating a collaborative research platform for Vedic Sanskrit texts

Anna Fischer1, Börge Kiss2, Antje Casaretto3, Daniel Kölligan4, Natalie Korobzow4, Claes Neuefeind2, Uta Reinöhl3, Patrick Sahle1

1: University of Wuppertal, Germany; 2: University of Cologne, Germany; 3: University of Freiburg, Germany; 4: University of Würzburg, Germany

Standards-based Digital Platform for Annotating Translations Seeks Collaborators

Alan K. Melby, Catherine Marshall

Brigham Young University, United States of America

Collaboration practices between people and tools: the case of “Snorra Edda. A collaborative bibliography (SnECB)”

Maria Adele Cipolla, Anna Cappellotto, Marco Rospocher

University of Verona, Italy

Putting (Linguistic) Research Data on a Map – The DiÖ Sprachatlas Tool

Markus Pluschkovits, Jakob Bal

University of Vienna, Austria

SP-W2F: Digital methods
Location: MCG-F

Visualizing Cities: H.P. Lovecraft's Providence, Rhode Island

Victoria Szabo1, Cosimo Monteleone2

1: Duke University, United States of America; 2: University of Padova, Italy

Magnetic Margins. A Census and Reader Annotations Database

Christoph Sander1, Hassan el-Hajj1,3, Alessandro Adamou2

1: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany; 2: Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome, Italy; 3: Berlin Institute for the Foundation of Learning and Data (BIFOLD)

Tell Me the Truth. Validating the Semantic Alignment between the Annotation User Interface and the Knowledge Base

Paolo Bonora, Martina Dello Buono, Francesca Giovannetti, Francesca Tomasi

Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies, University of Bologna, Italy

Studying Parliamentary Economization using Topic Burstiness and Entropy

Ruben Ros

Leiden University, Netherlands, The

From MemoRekall to MemoRekall-IIIF: developing a video annotation web application in the context of citizen science co-creation practices

Clarisse Bardiot1, David Rouquet2, Alexandre Michaan3, Irénée Blin4, Mei Menassel5, Sébastien Hildebrand5, Jacob Hart1, Stefania Ferrando5, Cosetta Graffione4, Daniele Marranca4

1: Université Rennes 2, France; 2: Tetras Libre; 3: Université Jean Monnet Saint Etienne, France; 4: Compagnie Cadmium; 5: Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France

PN-W2G: Transforming the Pietist Tradition
Location: MCG-G

Transforming the Pietist Tradition: Disciplinary Innovation through Linked Digital Engagement

Katherine Mary Faull1, Martin Prell2, Philipp Tögel3, Alexander Lasch4, Juan Garces5

1: Bucknell University, United States of America; 2: Klassik Stiftung Weimar, Germany; 3: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 4: Technical University Dresden, Germany; 5: SLUB Dresden, Germany

CF-WLA: ADHO Community Forum
Location: MCG-A

Community Forum of the Association of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO)

PN-W3A: What We Teach When We Teach DH
Location: MCG-A

What We Teach When We Teach DH: Notes from the Field

Diane Katherine Jakacki1, Brian Croxall2, James O'Sullivan3, Alison Langmead4, Annette Vee4, Nirmala Menon5, Dibyadyuti Roy6, Lik Hang Tsui7, Benjun Zhu8, Jing Chen9

1: Bucknell University, United States of America; 2: Brigham Young University, United States of America; 3: University College Cork, Ireland; 4: University of Pittsburgh, United States of America; 5: Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India; 6: University of Leeds, England; 7: City University of Hong Kong, China; 8: Peking University, China; 9: Nanjing University, China

SP-W3B: Music
Location: MCG-B

Eulalie: a documentary system for the collaborative preservation of electroacoustic music based on the Doremus ontology

Clarisse Bardiot1, Bernard Jacquemin2, Alexandre Michaan3, Jeanne Westeel4, Oudom Southammavong4, Daniel Koskowitz4

1: Université Rennes 2, France; 2: Université de Lille, France; 3: Université Jean Monnet Saint Etienne, France; 4: Art Zoyd Studios

Rhythmic, Melodic and Vertical N-Gram Features as a Means of Studying Symbolic Music Computationally

Cory McKay1, Julie Cumming2, Ichiro Fujinaga2

1: Marianopolis College, Canada; 2: McGill University, Canada

Acoustical Cultural Heritages at the Centre of Cultural Exchanges. Origins and Distribution Patterns of Organ Building in South-East Europe

Dominik Ukolov

Research Group Digital Organology, Museum for Musical Instruments of Leipzig University, Germany

SP-W3C: Theoretical frameworks
Location: MCG-C

A Proposal for the Demarcation of Digital Humanities

Cesar Gonzalez-Perez1, Antonio Rojas Castro2, Carlota Fernández Travieso3, David Merino Recalde4, Fátima Díez-Platas5, María-Luisa Alvite-Díez6, Mª Luisa Díez-Platas4, Pedro Luengo7, Martín Pereira-Fariña5

1: Incipit CSIC; 2: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften; 3: Universidade da Coruña; 4: Universidad Internacional de La Rioja; 5: Universidade de Santiago de Compostela; 6: Universidad de León; 7: Universidad de Sevilla

Social Justice in the Digital Humanities Community of Practice

Susan Schreibman1, Costas Papadopoulos1, Marianne Ping Huang2, Walter Scholger3, Koraljka Kuzman Šlogar4

1: Maastricht University, Netherlands, The; 2: Aarhus University; 3: University of Graz; 4: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research

Human, Technology, and Culture Interaction? Mapping the Landscape of Technological ‘Sister’ Disciplines

Jennifer Edmond, Pat Treusch

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Investigating Constructivist Paradigms in Digital Humanities Scholarship

Rabea Kleymann

Leibniz-Zentrum für Literatur- und Kulturforschung Berlin, Germany

An Undue Burden: Race, Gender, and Mobility in Digital Humanities Conferences

Nabeel Siddiqui

Susquehanna University, United States of America

SP-W3D: Collaborative publishing practices
Location: MCG-D

Revolution through collaboration? An attempt to familarize „old guards“ with DH

Christopher Alexander Nunn, Frederike van Oorschot, Selina Fucker

TheoLab, Heidelberg University, Germany

Publishing Parallels: Author-Publisher Collaboration in Digital Projects vs Print Monographs

Jasmine Mulliken, Catherine Nicole Coleman

Stanford University, United States of America

Collaboration over competition: On the role of scholar-led publishing for Open Access in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Tobias Steiner

Centre for Postdigital Cultures, Coventry University, United Kingdom

Creating digital collections of the ancient epigraphic heritage in Bulgaria through collaboration

Dimitar Iliev, Nicolay Sharankov

St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia, Bulgaria

CreoPhonPt: a collaborative database saving Portuguese creoles from digital obliteration

Carlos Rogério Sousa e Silva1, Luís Manuel Pimentel Trigo2

1: Centro de Linguística da Universidade do Porto, Portugal; 2: Center for Digital Humanities and Innovation - Faculdade de Letras Universidade do Porto, Portugal

SP-W3E: Digital workflows
Location: MCG-E

Digitizing the Messkataloge : Revealing the History of German Publishers, Authors and Translators

Jeffrey Tharsen, David Kretz

The University of Chicago, United States of America

Planning for Uncertainty: Collaborating to Build Trust in the Midst of Uncertainty in Digital Humanities Projects

Ashley Champagne

Center for Digital Scholarship, Brown University Library

Using Github Issues to facilitate the project communication between developers and humanists. Case study

Agnieszka Szulińska

Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Developing criteria and collaborative work on inclusion in cultural heritage digitization projects

Ernesto Priani Saiso, Isabel Galina Russel

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico

SP-W3F: Stylometry
Location: MCG-F

Short texts with fewer authors. Revisiting the boundaries of stylometry

Simone Rebora

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany

Genre Identification and Network Analysis on Modern Chinese Prose Poetry

Cheng Ning1, Zhao Wei2

1: Tsinghua University, China, People's Republic of; 2: Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China, People's Republic of

Exploring genderlect markers in a corpus of Nineteenth century Spanish novels

Helena Bermúdez Sabel

Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Tracing the invisible translator: stylistic differences in the Dutch translations of the oeuvre of Swedish author Henning Mankell

Martje Wijers

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

On Burgundian (di)vine orators and other impostors: Stylometry of Late Medieval Rhetoricians

Jean-Baptiste Camps1, Benedetta Salvati1,2

1: École nationale des chartes | Université PSL, France; 2: Université de Lausanne, Suisse

PN-W3G: The Pelagios Network
Location: MCG-G

The Pelagios Network: Collaboration as a Community of Practice

Elton Barker1, Tom Gheldof3, Shai Gordin6, Orly Lewis10, Elisa Nury4, Valeria Vitale5, Rainer Simon8, Katherine McDonough9, Anne Chen2, Miranda Williams11, Adnan Almohamad13, Sarah Middle7, Duncan Hay12, Alex Butterworth12

1: The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: Bard College, USA; 3: KU Leuven, Belgium; 4: SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland; 5: University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 6: Ariel University, Israel; 7: National Museums Scotland, United Kingdom; 8:; 9: The Alan Turing Institute; 10: Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 11: Oxford University; 12: University of Sussex; 13: Bard College Kingston, New York

LP-W4A: Literary history
Location: MCG-A

Dockerizing DraCor – A Container-based Approach to Reproducibility in Computational Literary Studies

Ingo Boerner1, Peer Trilcke1, Carsten Milling1, Frank Fischer2, Henny Sluyter-Gäthje1

1: University of Potsdam, Germany; 2: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Uncovering Principles of Sustainability in Literature

Mareike Katharina Schumacher, Evelyn Gius

Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany

Read All About It: Digital Participation in Australian Literary History

Katherine Bode1, Galen Cuthbertson1, Roger Osborne2

1: Australian National University, Australia; 2: James Cook University, Australia

SP-W4B: Mapping
Location: MCG-B

Deep mapping in digital literary studies – polish experience

Konrad Krzysztof Niciński, Agnieszka Maria Zalotyńska

Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Using Digital Tools to Map the Movement of Capital, People and Culture from Slave-owning Britain to Western Australia

Paul Arthur1, Isabel Smith1, Jane Lydon2, Jeremy Martens2, Zoë Laidlaw3

1: Edith Cowan University, Australia; 2: University of Western Australia; 3: University of Melbourne

Maps and parish sketches of Karol Perthées - data model and processing

Arkadiusz Borek

Institute of History of Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Visiting Vienna – digital approaches to the (semi-)automatic analysis and mapping of the arrival lists found in the "Wien[n]erisches Diarium"

Nina C. Rastinger

Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (Austrian Academy of Sciences)

Contact zones / Third spaces

Elisabeth Burr, Ulrike Fußbahn

Universität Leipzig, Germany

SP-W4C: Digital methods
Location: MCG-C

A Catalogue of the Hebrew Sounds

Vered Silber-Varod, Evyatar Cohen, Inbar Strull, Evan Gary Cohen

Tel Aviv University

Maze of Garfinkel: Making sense of formulations in ethnomethodology

Enes Türkoglu, Andreas Mertgens

University of Wuppertal, Germany

Three rings, one story? Reconstructing the historical connectivity of religious encounters within the OTRA project (Ontology for the Transmission and Re-Use of Argumentative Patterns)

Jacob Langeloh

Copenhagen University, Denmark

Exploring legacies of race and slavery in our historical information environment: text analysis of the Encyclopaedia Britannica

Ash Charlton

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Similarity-Based Clustering of Pre-Modern Arabic Names

Tariq Yousef, Daniel Kinitz

Saxon Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Leipzig, Germany

SP-W4D: Machine learning
Location: MCG-D

Revolution or Evolution? AI-Driven Image Classification of Historical Prints

Michela Vignoli1, Doris Gruber2, Rainer Simon1

1: AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria; 2: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

Analysis of Cyber Threats Affecting the Survivability of Online Digital Projects

Luis Meneses1, Jonathan Martin2

1: Vancouver Island University; 2: King’s College London

Accented DH: Assessing Fairness of Multilingual Speech Recognition Systems

Setsuko Yokoyama, Sai Sathiesh Rajan, Sudipta Chattopadhyay

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore

AI-supported indexing of handwritten dialect lexis: The pilot study "DWA Austria" as a case study.

Markus Kunzmann

Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), Austria A Deep Visual Search Engine for Digital Art History

Fabian Offert1, Peter Bell2

1: University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America; 2: Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany

SP-W4E: Reconstructing the past
Location: MCG-E

Polyphemus, a lexical database of the Ancient Greek papyri, and the Madrid Wordlist of Ancient Greek

Daniel Riaño Rufilanchas

CSIC, Spain

The creation of ‘Uvira’s Pot’, a virtual reality puzzle to promote engagement with archaeological research.

Kristine Hardy

School of Archaeology, Australian National University, Australia

Diachronic approach for studying Southeast European cities in the past: a pre-cadastral spatiotemporal model of the development of urban tissue, architectural landmarks, and population distribution of Ottoman Plovdiv (Central Bulgaria)

Grigor Boykov

University of Vienna, Austria

Implementation of data-driven historical informatics research on Kao (Stylized Signature)

Satoru Nakamura1, Guanwei Liu1, Hajime Miyazaki1, Satoshi Inoue1, Wataru Ohyama2, Taizo Yamada1

1: The University of Tokyo, Japan; 2: Tokyo Denki University

Collecting Pieces of Historical Knowledge from Documents: Introduction of HIMIKO (Historical Micro Knowledge and Ontology)

Jun Ogawa1, Ikki Ohmukai2, Satoru Nakamura3, Asanobu Kitamoto1

1: ROIS-DS Center for Open Data in the Humanities, Japan; 2: Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo; 3: Historiographical Institute, The University of Tokyo

SP-W4F: Correspondence and networks
Location: MCG-F

Growing and Pruning the Republic of Letters: An Agent-Based Model to Build Letter Correspondence Networks

Bernardo Buarque, Malte Vogl

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany

Digital Prosopography and Global Irish Networks

Thomas O'Connor, Stavros Angelis, Richard Fitzpatrick

National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland

Towards a Dynamic Knowledge Graph of a Non-Western Book Tradition

Daniel Kinitz1, Thomas Efer2

1: Saxon Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany; 2: Leipzig University

correspSearch v2.2 – Search historical correspondence

Stefan Dumont1, Sascha Grabsch1, Jonas Müller-Laackman2, Ruth Sander1

1: Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany; 2: Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg

Let Everything be of Use?: Data Issues in Exploring the Publications and Networks of the Members of the Fruitbearing Society in the VD17

Narges Azizifard1, Maciej Janicki1, Thea Lindquist2, Eetu Mäkelä1, Erik Radio2

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: University of Colorado Boulder, United States of America

SP-W4G: Literary studies
Location: MCG-G

Comparing Perceptions of Literary Quality

Karina van Dalen-Oskam1, Bas Groes4, Aidan Byrne4, Peter Harvey2, Adrian Leguina3, Tom Mercer4, Demi-Mae Wilton4

1: Huygens ING - KNAW, Netherlands, The; 2: Independent scholar; 3: Loughborough University, UK; 4: University of Wolverhampton, UK

What’s the Use? Exploring Non-academic Applications of (Computational) Literary Studies

Jennifer Edmond, Vera Yakupova

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

On the Relation of Sound and Suspense in Literary Fiction

Svenja Simone Guhr1, Mark Andrew Algee-Hewitt2

1: Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany; 2: Stanford University, U.S.

Reading Machines: promoting reading with computational text analysis

Fabio Ciotti, Alberto Baldi

Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy

Words Shape Characters: A Case Study of Correspondence Analysis on Characters’ Words in The Tale of Genji

Ayano Takeuchi, Toshinobu Ogiso

National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Japan

PR: Poster Reception
Location: MCG-H

Poster Reception


Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online: Responsive Emergency DH at Scale

Quinn Dombrowski1, Anna Kijas2, Anna Rakityanskaya3, Alex Wingate4

1: Stanford University, United States of America; 2: Tufts University, United States of America; 3: Harvard University, United States of America; 4: Indiana University, United States of America

Learning from the Experts On-Site: A Short Term Digital Humanities Study Abroad Framework

Kristen Mapes

Michigan State University, United States of America

Collaboration in Practice: Data Comics in Learning Management Systems

Elisabeth Königshofer, Katharina Wünsche

Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage, Austria

The Journal of Computational Literary Studies (JCLS): Community, review, and editorial workflow in an Open Access Journal

Evelyn Gius1, Christof Schöch2, Peer Trilcke3, Dominik Gerstorfer1, Svenja Guhr1, Elodie Ripoll2, Henny Sluyter-Gäthje3

1: Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany; 2: University of Trier, Germany; 3: University of Potsdam, Germany

Revisiting connotations of digital humanists: Exploration based on semi-structured interviews and survey

Rongqian Ma

Indiana University Bloomington, United States of America

Where do they go? 10 years of professional choices by Digital Humanities Masters graduates (and what we might learn from them)

Jennifer Edmond

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Kaleidoscopic Patterns of Protest: Qualifying and Quantifying Visual and Textual (Self-)Representations in Eastern European Protest Cultures

Gernot Howanitz, Magdalena Kaltseis

U of Innsbruck, Austria

VR in the Classroom: From Immersion Experiences to Creating 360º Video

Max Renner, Sarah Evans, Matt Applegate

Molloy University, United States of America

Connecting Places In the World Historical Gazetteer

Karl Grossner, Ruth Mostern, Nathan Michalewicz, Alexandra Straub

University of Pittsburgh, United States of America

Collecting Strike Data from Historical Newspapers (19th Century): A Digital Workflow

Jens Aurich

International Institute of Social History (IISH), Amsterdam

A Feminist Approach to Linked Open Data: Making the Women Film Pioneers Project FAIR

Pauline Junginger

Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany

iPBL – supplementing literary bibliography with internet sources. Collaborative cataloguing

Beata Koper1, Cezary Rosiński2, Barbara Wachek2, Maciej Maryl2, Tomasz Umerle2

1: University of Opole, Poland; 2: Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

UK Digital Comics: Challenges and Opportunities of a Collaborative Doctoral Partnership. A Co-designed Comic Poster

Ernesto Priego1, Linda Berube1, Francisco de la Mora2, Ian Cooke3, Stephann Makri1, Stella Wisdom3

1: City, University of London, United Kingdom; 2: Symbola Comics, United Kingdom; 3: British Library, United Kingdom

MEHDIE: The Middle East Heritage Data Integration Endeavor

Sinai Rusinek, Tomer Sagi, Moran Zaga, Efraim Lev, Lavee Moshe

Haifa University, Israel

I-Analyzer: a flexible interface for full-text search, filtering and visualization

Berit Janssen, Mees Stiphout, Luka van der Plas

Utrecht University, the Netherlands

From a single-use script to a reusable Python package: assisting researchers in creating FAIR software

Jelte van Boheemen, Tijmen Christiaan Baarda

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

Characters, names and reference

Lars Johnsen, Andre Kåsen

National Library of Norway

Open Research Practices with the OntoME-Geovistory environment

Vincent Alamercery1, Francesco Beretta2, François-Joseph Favey3, Djamel Ferhod2, David Knecht3, Gaétan Muck3, Alexandre Perraud2, Morgane Pica1, Jonas Schneider3, Andreas Stebler3

1: ENS de Lyon, LARHRA; 2: CNRS, LARHRA; 3: KleioLab

The Social Sciences and Humanities Open Marketplace: contextualising digital resources in a registry

Laure Barbot1, Elena Battaner Moro2, Stefan Buddenbohm3, Cesare Concordia4, Maja Dolinar5, Matej Ďurčo6, Edward Gray1, Cristina Grisot7,8, Klaus Illmayer6, Martin Kirnbauer6, Mari Kleemola9,10, Alexander König11, Michael Kurzmeier12, Barbara McGillivray13, Clara Parente Boavida14, Christian Schuster15, Irena Vipavc Brvar5,10, Magdalena Wnuk16

1: DARIAH; 2: Universidad Rey Juan Carlos; 3: Göttingen State and University Library; 4: CNR-ISTI; 5: ADP; 6: ACDH-CH; 7: University of Zurich; 8: DaSCH; 9: FSD; 10: CESSDA; 11: CLARIN; 12: University College Cork; 13: King's College London; 14: Iscte-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa; 15: Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca; 16: Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Linking Epic Speeches

Christopher W. Forstall, Wyatt Stagg

Mount Allison University, Canada

Distributed Corpus Building in Literary Studies: The DraCor Example

Luca Giovannini1, Daniil Skorinkin1, Peer Trilcke1, Ingo Börner1, Frank Fischer2, Julia Dudar3, Carsten Milling1, Petr Pořízka4

1: Universität Potsdam; 2: Freie Universität Berlin; 3: Universität Trier; 4: Palacký University Olomouc

Metadata Enrichment in the Living with Machines Project: User-focused Collaborative Database Development in a Digital Humanities Context

Kalle Westerling1, David Beavan2, Kaspar Beelen2, Mariona Coll Ardanuy2, Timothy Hobson2, Christina Last2, Nilo Pedrazzini2, Griffith Rees2, Hare Luke2

1: British Library/The Alan Turing Institute, United Kingdom; 2: The Alan Turing Institute

Werner Kofler radio plays - 2 audio editions and their dissemination

Elisabeth Raunig, Helmut W. Klug

University of Graz, Austria

Content providers, Researchers, Technology and the Crowd: Discovering the Best Possible Collaborative Strategies for Datafication and Publication of a Dutch Historical Newspaper Corpus

Katrien Depuydt1, Nicoline van der Sijs1, Jesse de Does1, Ruud de Jong1, Roland de Bonth1, Mathieu Fannee1, Annemieke Romein2, Joris van Zundert2

1: Instituut voor de Nederlandse Taal, Netherlands, The; 2: Huygens Instituut, Netherlands, The

SemanaHD. Bringing together the Latin American digital humanities community

Ernesto Priani Saiso1, Maria José Afanador2, Gimena Del Rio Riande3

1: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico; 2: Universidad de los Andes; 3: CONICET-Universidad de Buenos Aires

(Re)Visual(izing) Archive Southeastern Europe: A data model and interface redesign

Selina Galka, Suzana Sagadin, Martina Scholger

University of Graz, Austria

Nineteenth-century adaptations of concert music for domestic use as seen in contemporary periodicals: digital scholarship built on the foundations of IIIF, MEI and Linked Data

David Lewis, Kevin R Page

University of Oxford e-Research Centre, United Kingdom

The Yugoslavian Interwar Business Network

Bojan Evkoski, Žarko Lazarević, Andrej Pančur, Darja Fišer

Institute of Contemporary History, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Modeling Prototypicality and Uncertainty in Genre Concepts

Julian Schroeter

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Normative texts in the City-State of Bern (1528-1795). Testing a Simple Knowledge Organisation System (SKOS) and Automatic Meta Data on a Handwritten Corpus.

C. Annemieke Romein1,2, Sara Veldhoen3

1: KNAW Huygens Institute for the History and Culture of the Netherlands, Amsterdam; 2: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; 3: KB National Library of the Netherlands

Using Digital Tools to Create Modern Multi-Search Engine for Polish Historical Dictionaries

Ewa Rodek

Institute of Polish Language Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Digital Edition of Roman Inscriptions from Serbia: A Work in Progress

Dragana Nikolić

Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Serbia

Computational Literary Studies Infrastructure (CLS INFRA): Initial Findings and Conclusions for the Field

Julie M. Birkholz1, Ingo Börner2, Joanna Byszuk3, Sally Chambers1, Vera Maria Charvat4, Silvie Cinková5, Tess Dejaeghere1, Julia Dudar6, Matej Ďurčo4, Maciej Eder3, Jennifer Edmond7, Evgeniia Fileva6, Frank Fischer8, Vicky Garnett11, Serge Heiden9, Michal Křen5, Bartłomiej Kunda3, Sabine Laszakovits4, Michał Mrugalski10, Eliza Papaki11, Marco Raciti11, Stefan Resch4, Salvador Ros12, Christof Schöch6, Artjoms Šeļa3, Toma Tasovac13, Justin Tonra14, Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra11, Peer Trilcke8, Karina van Dalen-Oskam15, Lisanne van Rossum15

1: Universiteit Gent; 2: Universität Potsdam; 3: Institute of Polish Language (Polish Academy of Sciences); 4: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage; 5: Charles University, Prague; 6: Universität Trier; 7: Trinity College Dublin; 8: Universität Potsdam; 9: Ecole Normale Supérieure, Lyon; 10: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; 11: DARIAH-EU; 12: UNED Madrid; 13: Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities; 14: University of Galway; 15: Huygens Institute

Digital Edition of Philipp Gumpenhuber’s Chronicle of the Viennese Theatrical Life Between 1758 and 1763

Ingeborg Zechner1, Mirijam Beier2, Selina Galka1

1: University of Graz; 2: State and University Library Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky

TEITOK API - Programmable DH Corpora

Maarten Janssen

Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Czech Republic

Pandore: a toolbox for digital humanities text-based workflows

Motasem ALRAHABI, Valentina FEDCHENKO, Ljudmila PETKOVIC, Glenn ROE, Johanna Cordova

Sorbonne Université, France

Data Modeling as a High-Wire Act. Balancing Requirements, Juggling Vocabularies, and not Falling (Short of Established Best Practice)

Bernhard Oberreither

ACDH-CH, ÖAW, Austria

Enriching Exhibition Scholarship

Clare Llewellyn1, Robert Sanderson2, Kevin Page3, Aruna Bhaugeerutty4, Andrew Shapland4, Kayla Shipp2, Kelly David2, Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass5, Tyler Bonnet1

1: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2: Yale University, USA; 3: University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 4: The Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 5: The Yale Center for British Art, Yale University, USA

Named Entity Recognition for a Text-Based Catalog of Ancient Greek Authors and Works

Monica Berti

Leipzig University, Germany

WebChamame: An Online Tool for Morphological Analysis of Various Historical Japanese Texts using UniDic Dictionaries

Toshinobu Ogiso1, Tomoaki Tsutsumi2

1: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics; 2: University of Tsukuba

A Digital Humanities Climate Coalition Toolkit for Researchers and Institutions

Christopher Ohge1, James Baker2, Lisa Otty3, Jo Lindsay Walton4

1: University of London; 2: University of Southampton; 3: University of Edinburgh; 4: University of Sussex

Digitization as an opportunity for collaboration: digitizing personal correspondence from World War II at the intersection of history, archival science, and the digital humanities

Milan Mikolaj van Lange, Annelies van Nispen, Carlijn Keijzer

NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies, Amsterdam

Towards a common data model for semantic annotation of digital media: A new FOSS toolchain

Lozana Rossenova, Lucia Sohmen, Paul Duchesne, Lukas Günther, Zoe Schubert, Ina Bluemel

TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology, Germany

Towards a datafication of Antwerp street life? Co-creating a dataset of 100.000+ pages of handwritten police reports (1876-1945)

Lith Lefranc

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Meet PUDEL – A New Service for Sharing and Documenting Data Models

Anja Becker, Cecilia Graiff, Dirk Goldhahn, Uwe Kretschmer, Peter Mühleder, Franziska Naether

Saxon Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany

History as a visual concept: editing Peter of Poitiers’ "Compendium historiae in genealogia Christi"

Roman Bleier1, Laura Cleaver2, Franz Fischer3, Patrick Sahle4, Andrea Worm5, Sina Krottmaier1, Agnese Macchiarelli4,3, Elisa Cugliana4, Eleanor Goerss5, Maria Streicher5, Lennart Rouxel4

1: University of Graz; 2: School of Advanced Study, University of London; 3: Ca' Foscari University of Venice; 4: University of Wuppertal; 5: University of Tübingen

Towards Building an Infrastructure to Keeping Alive and Conveying the Memories of Victims of Nazi Persecution

Stefan Jänicke

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

How to detect institutional and regional feature clusters in late medieval charters? Collaboration between more and less digital humanists in the project BeCoRe

Sébastien Barret1, Marlène Helias-Baron1, Dominique Stutzmann1, Niklas Tscherne2, Georg Vogeler2, Jacqueline Schindler3

1: Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, France; 2: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz; 3: Niederösterreichisches Institut für Landeskunde, Austria

Datafication and reuse of the descriptions of the incunabula collection at the British Library

Rossitza Atanassova

British Library, United Kingdom

The COVID-19 pandemic in two Austrian media corpora: methods, analyses, and examples from a lexical and a morpho-pragmatic perspective

Amelie Dorn, Katharina Korecky-Kröll, Theresa Ziegler, Jan Höll, Alexandra N. Lenz

University of Vienna, Austria

Index of Middle English Prose: A search tool based on language modelling

Alpo Honkapohja, Jacob Thaisen, Anders Nøklestad

University of Oslo, Norway

Collaboration and Professionalization. The role of software and Research Software Engineers in the Digital Humanities.

Alexander Czmiel1, Ulrike Henny-Krahmer2, Daniel Jettka3

1: Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities; 2: University of Rostock; 3: Paderborn University

Crowdsourcing in History. New participatory and inclusive methodological challenges for research in History in Spain (CrowdHistory)

Lidia Bocanegra Barbecho1, Antonio Ortega Santos2

1: Universidad de Granada, Spain; 2: Universidad de Granada

African Californios: Uncovering the African past of Spanish and Mexican California using Data Science Methods

Cameron Jones, Evan Witulski, Foaad Khosmood

California Polytechnic State University, United States of America

Change Agents out of place

Fabian Cremer, Thorsten Wübbena

Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG), Mainz, Germany

“... ich würde keinen Teufel schonen, möcht’ er laborieren oder kollaborieren” – Jean Paul's Letters as Data for Various Research Domains in the Context of the National Research Data Infrastructure Text+

Frederike Neuber1,2, Marius Hug1,2, Frank Wiegand1,2

1: Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany; 2: NFDI / Text+

Workflows for Innovative Scholarly Outputs in Social Sciences and Humanities

Maciej Maryl, Marta Błaszczyńska

Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Exploring the practicalities and processes of developing a collaborative group space in a platform for text mining: Gale Digital Scholar Lab

Sarah Ketchley1,2, Rebecca Bowden2

1: University of Washington, United States of America; 2: Gale, a Cengage Company

Using text summarization models to improve digital reading of scientific papers

Ludovica Mastrobattista1, Motasem Alrahabi2, Valentina Fedchenko2, Oussama Jomaa3, James Gawley2, Johanna Cordova2, Glenn Roe2

1: University of Salamanca, Spain; 2: Sorbonne Université, France; 3: La fabrique numérique, France

GitMA Poster

Malte Meister, Dominik Gerstorfer, Mareike Katharina Schumacher, Evelyn Gius

Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

Embedded Resource References in 3D Computational Models

Augustus Wendell

Duke University, United States of America

Named Entity Recognition in Pre-modern Arabic Biographical Texts

Yuri Ishida1, Kensuke Baba2, Takahiro Baba3

1: Okayama University, Japan; 2: Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan; 3: Kurume Institute of Technology, Japan

The networked edition humboldt digital

Stefan Dumont, Tobias Kraft, Christian Thomas

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany

Data & Community: Building a Virtual Lab at the National Library of Estonia

Peeter Tinits1,2, Urmas Sinisalu1, Marianne Meiorg1

1: National Library of Estonia; 2: University of Tartu, Estonia

It’s not in the text: creating meaning through graph-based digital commentaries

Massimiliano Carloni

Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Austria

The European Literary Text Collection in TextGrid Repository

Nanette Rißler-Pipka1, José Calvo Tello2, Stefan E. Funk2, Carolin Odebrecht4, Christof Schöch3, Ubbo Veentjer2

1: Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung mbH (GWDG); 2: Göttingen State and University Library, Germany; 3: University of Trier; 4: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Cuban digital collections: an approach for collaboration and innovation.

Grisel Terrón Quintero, Eritk Guerra Figueredo, Alaina Solernou Ferrer, Bryan Echarri Ramirez

Oficina del Historiador de la ciudad de la Habana, Cuba

More than Meets the (Artificial) Eye: Exploring Historical Photographs from Ireland with Computer Vision Methods

Giulia Osti1, Amber Cushing1, Suzanne Little2

1: University College Dublin; 2: Dublin City University

Exil:Trans - a blueprint for research data reuse

Stefanie Kremmel2, Christian Steiner1, Christopher Pollin1

1: Digital Humanities Craft; 2: University of Vienna

Our Heritage, Our Stories: Democratising the UK national collection

Ewan David Hannaford, Marc Alexander, Lorna Hughes, Rhiannon Lewis

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Collaboration within a shared digital paradigm: opportunities and outcomes

Chiara De Bastiani, Giulia Fabbris

Università Ca'Foscari Venezia, Italy

Siberiana: designing a platform for aggregation of the historical and cultural heritage of the Angara-Yenisei macroregion

Andrey Volodin1, Polina Senotrusova2, Oleslav Antamoshkin2, Inna Kizhner3, Maksim Rumyantzev2, Nikita Pikov2, Andrey Gruzdev2

1: Siberian Federal University & Moscow State Unversity, Russian Federation; 2: Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation; 3: Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation & Haifa University, Israel

Visualizing connections between Egypt and Southern Levant, using mapping and network analysis.

Evgenia Filimonov, Inna Kizhner, Shirly Ben-Dor Evian, Guy Bar-Oz

University of Haifa, Israel

Mapping the (Digital) Linguistic Atlas of Scotland

Markus Pluschkovits, John Kirk

University of Vienna, Austria

OstData – Building a Research Data Service for Enabling Interdisciplinarity and Regional Collaboration in Central, East, and Southeast European Studies

Ingo Frank

Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg, Germany

Quick TEI (QTEI) - a lightweight tool for TEI documents

Moritz Schepp1, Thorsten Wübbena2

1: Wendig OÜ, Estonia; 2: Leibniz Institute of European History, Germany

Gloss-ViBe: Early Medieval Glosses and the Digital Humanities

Bernhard Bauer

University of Graz

Buddhist Murals of Kucha on the Northern Silk Road. A Follow Up on Semi Automated Annotation Using RCNNs.

Erik Radisch

Saxon Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Leipzig, Germany

Let data sing the Uyghur Twelve Muqam: A text mining on lyrics

Limai Kai1, Zekun Yang1, Huiling Feng1, Yuenan Liu1, Jihong Liang1, Huilin Yang2, Jin Yan2, Yanfen Huang2, Kongwen Guan2

1: School of Information Resource Management, Research Center for Digital Humanities, Renmin University of China, China, People's Republic of; 2: Centre for European Studies/Centre for EU Studies, Renmin University of China, China, People's Republic of

Enabling Participatory Data Perspectives for Image Archives through a Linked Art Workflow

Julien Antoine Raemy1, Tanya Gray2, Alwyn Collinson2, Kevin R. Page3

1: Digital Humanities Lab, University of Basel, Switzerland; 2: Centre for Digital Scholarship, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 3: Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

FigureOut - Automatic Detection of Metaphors in Hebrew Across the Eras

Ophir Münz-Manor1, Michael Toker2, Oren Mishali2, Benny Kimmelfeld2, Yonatan Belinkov2, Adir Cohen2

1: The Open University of Israel, Israel; 2: Technion - Israel Institue of Technologhy

SylLab – software for semi-automatic stylometric analysis for poetry

Aleksandra Rykowska

Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland

Preserving the Early Born-Digital Heritage of Floppy Disk Magazines

Torsten Roeder, Yannik Herbst, Johannes Leitgeb, Madlin Marenec, Tomash Shtohryn

Universität Würzburg, Germany

20 Years of Digital Medievalist – A Reflection on the Development of a Community

Roman Bleier1, Luise Borek2, Alberto Campagnolo3, Franz Fischer6, Tessa Gengnagel4, Tobias Hodel5

1: University of Graz; 2: Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany; 3: Université Catholique de Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve); 4: Cologne Center for eHumanities (CCeH), University of Cologne, Germany; 5: University of Bern; 6: Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Ca' Foscari University Venice

Toward establishing the standard digital public history framework: information platform for Japanese historical materials

Akihiro Kameda, Makoto Goto

National Museum of Japanese History, Japan

Few Shot Classification for Labeling of Medieval and Early Modern Charter Texts

Tamás Kovács, Sandy Aoun, Georg Vogeler, Anguelos Nicolaou, Daniel Luger, Florian Atzenhofer-Baumgartner, Florian Lamminger, Franziska Decker

Universität Graz, Austria

MemoRekall-IIIF, an open source and versatile web application for video and digital document annotation

Jacob Hart1, Clarisse Bardiot1, David Rouquet2

1: Université Rennes 2; 2: Tétras Libre SARL, France

Fostering a Culture of Inclusive and Fair Open Science Infrastructure in the Asia Pacific

Eliko Akashi1, Goki Miyakita2,3, Keiko Okawa4

1: Keio University Global Research Institute, Keio University, Japan; 2: Keio Museum Commons, Keio University , Japan; 3: Research Institute for Digital Media and Content, Keio University, Japan; 4: Graduate School of Media Design, Keio University, Japan

Three Is the Charm: A New Architecture, New Features and New Projects in EVT 3

Livio Bioglio1, Giacomo Cerretini2, Giulia D’Agostino3, Elisabetta Magnanti4, Roberto Rosselli Del Turco1

1: University of Turin, Italy; 2: University of Pisa, Italy; 3: University of Verona, Italy; 4: University of Vienna, Austria

Linked Open Data for Tibetan-Himalayan Researchers:Opportunities for Collaboration in User Experience Studies

Rennie Mapp, Stan Gunn, Yuji Shinozaki, Andres Montano

U of Virginia, United States of America

Leading collaborative research on video corpora. CANEVAS tools and methods.

Laurent Tessier, Michael Bourgatte

Institut Catholique de Paris, France

AI-Assisted Performance Analysis: Deep Learning for Live and Archival Theater

Michael J. Rau, Peter Broadwell, Simon Wiles, Vijoy Abraham

Stanford University, United States of America

Interchangeability of ngrams models between heterogeneous dataset.

Mirjam Cuper

KB, national library of the Netherlands, Netherlands, The

How to be flexible - OpenAtlas as Highly Adaptable Database Software in the Scope of Digital Humanities

Alexander Watzinger, Bernhard Koschiček-Krombholz, Andreas Olschnögger, Christoph Hoffmann, Moritz Großfurtner

ÖAW, Austria

The use of digital tools for the characterisation of archaeological sites by surface archaeological survey

Leticia Tobalina-Pulido

Insituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio - CSIC, Spain

Bee-ing Human

Balu G S, Bennett Hogg, Vivek Nityananda, Olivia Smith, Tiago Sousa Garcia, Jennifer Richards, Magnus Williamson

Newcastle University, United Kingdom

A Literal Bag of Words: Pedagogical Affordances of Physical Data

Nichole Misako Nomura

Stanford University, United States of America

Towards Diachronic Corpus of Polish Latin

Jagoda Marszałek1, Krzysztof Nowak2, Iwona Krawczyk3

1: Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; 2: Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; 3: Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Digital contributions to a 300 years old methodology: Diplomatics & DH

Daniel Luger, Anguelos Nicolaou, Franziska Decker, Florian Atzenhofer-Baumgartner, Florian Lamminger, Georg Vogeler, Sandy Aoun, Tamás Kovács

Universität Graz, Austria

Developing a New Research Data Infrastructure for Japanese Historical Materials

Ayako Shibutani1, Satoru Nakamura1, Kanako Hirasawa1, Honami Inukai1, Toshiyuki Yamada1, Airu Adachi2, Ikki Ohmukai2, Taizo Yamada1

1: Historiographical Institute, the University of Tokyo, Japan; 2: Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, the University of Tokyo, Japan

Archives and Database: The Chronicle of Modern Translation Literature in Chinese (Periodicals, 1896-1949)

Jin Li1, Cuiping Zhu2, Huan Li3

1: Renmin University of China, China; 2: Zhonghua Book Company-Gulian Digital Media Co., China; 3: Guangdong Ocean University, China

Large Language Models and NER: better results with less work

Rosamond Elizabeth Thalken, Matthew Wilkens, David Mimno

Cornell University, United States of America

A Look at Current Accessibility Standards Within the Digital Humanities

Bryce Merry

Bucknell University, United States of America

Publication networks in Romanian-German journals

Sofie Dobbener

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany

A Study on the Emotional Measurements of Literary Geography from a Digital Humanities Perspective

Jing Chen1, Jiajie Wang2,3, Yuning Zheng2

1: Nanjing University, Sch of Art, Nanjing, China; 2: Nanjing University, School of Information Management, Nanjing, China; 3: Nanjing University, Laboratory of Data Intelligence and Interdisciplinary Innovation, Nanjing, China

Date: Thursday, 13/July/2023
PN-T1A: Fostering Collaboration to Enable Bibliodata-driven Research in the Humanities
Location: MCG-A

Fostering Collaboration to Enable Bibliodata-driven Research in the Humanities

Vojtěch Malínek1, Tomasz Umerle2, Mikko Tolonen3, Agnieszka Karlińska13, Matteo Romanello4, Giovanni Colavizza5, Silvio Peroni6, Dorota Siwecka7, Jakub Łubocki8, Nanette Rißler-Pipka9, David Lindemann10, Penny Labropoulou11, Christiane Klaes12

1: Institute of Czech Literature, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic; 2: Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; 3: University of Helsinki, Finland; 4: Université de Lausanne, Switzerland; 5: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; 6: University of Bologna, Italy; 7: University of Wroclaw, Poland; 8: National Museum of Wrocław, Poland; 9: GWDG, Göttingen, Germany; 10: University of Basque Country, Spain; 11: ATHENA Research Centre, Greece; 12: Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany; 13: NASK National Research Institute

LP-T1B: Humanities and sciences
Location: MCG-B

From There to Posterity: Modelling Diverse Itineraries of Scientific Instruments

Sarah Middle2, Alex Butterworth1, Rebekah Higgitt2

1: University of Sussex, United Kingdom; 2: National Museum of Scotland, United Kingdom

Tracing the Shift to “Objectivity” in German Encyclopedias of the Long Nineteenth Century

Thora Hagen1, Leonard Konle1, Erik Ketzan2, Fotis Jannidis1, Andreas Witt3

1: University of Würzburg; 2: Trinity College Dublin; 3: University of Cologne, Leibniz Institute for the German Language

Connecting Art and Science for Humanities Research: Mapping Color in History

Jinah Kim, Cole Crawford, Rashmi Singhal, Jeff Steward

Harvard University, United States of America

SP-T1C: Natural Language Processing (NLP)
Location: MCG-C

Disentangling scientific fields using temporal clustering

Malte Vogl, Roberto Lalli

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany

Results of Emotion Annotation in German Drama from 1650-1815

Thomas Schmidt1, Katrin Dennerlein2, Christian Wolff1

1: Media Informatics Group, University of Regensburg, Germany; 2: Institute for German Philology, Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg, Germany

Developing a Pipeline for Automatic Linguistic Analysis of Historical Manuscripts and Early Printings: The Pre-Modern Slavic Case

Achim Rabus1, Eckhart Arnold2, Anna Jouravel1, Piroska Lendvai2, Martin Meindl1, Vladimir Polomac3, Elena Renje1

1: University of Freiburg, Germany; 2: Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany; 3: University of Kragujevac, Serbia

Exploring topics surrounding migration in Austrian historical newspapers

Lucija Krušić

Institute Centre for Information Modelling- Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz, Austria

Augmenting the Metadata of Audiovisual Archives with NLP Techniques: Challenges and Solutions

Giacomo Alliata, Yuchen Yang, Sarah Kenderdine

EPFL, Laboratory of Experimental Museology, Switzerland

LP-T1D: Digital methods
Location: MCG-D

contextualize - connect - collaborate: The Architecture Research Stage as an Experimental Pilot Project

Michael Dürfeld1, Ferdinand List2, Christian Stein3, Zead Rahman1, Renata Dias2

1: Technische Universität Berlin; 2: Universität der Künste Berlin; 3: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Co-encoding embodied knowledge in Southern Chinese martial arts: a collaboration between computists, experts, and digital models

Yumeng Hou

Laboratory for Experimental Museology, EPFL, Switzerland

Investigating multisemiotic persuasive practices by integrating computational methods and complementary theoretical frameworks

Elena Mattei

University of Verona, Italy

LP-T1E: Statistical approaches
Location: MCG-E

Are Ret Marut and B. Traven the same person? Fine tuning the impostors method

Simone Rebora1, Massimo Salgaro2, Paul Sopcak3

1: Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany; 2: University of Verona, Italy; 3: RWTH Aachen University

Feature Engineering for US State Legislative Hearings: Stance, Affiliation, Engagement and Absentees

Joshua T. Grace1, Foaad Khosmood2

1: Yale University, United States of America; 2: California Polytechnic State University, United States of America

More Social, Less Religious: Trends of Hardcover Fiction Titles on the New York Times Bestseller List 2000-2020

Gesa Bei der Wieden1, Taylor Bathurst1, Thomas Nikolaus Haider1,2

1: University of Göttingen, Germany; 2: Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt

LP-T1F: Digital editions
Location: MCG-F

Proto-editions: Historians and the "Something between digital image and digital scholarly edition"

Georg Vogeler

Universität Graz, Austria

Scholarly Digital Editions: APIs and Reuse Scenarios

Elena Spadini1, José Luis Losada Palenzuela2

1: Universität Basel, Switzerland; 2: Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Poland

Digital Edition of Complete Tolstoy's Heritage: OCR Crowd Sourcing Initiative, Literary Scholarship and User Scenarios

Anastasia Bonch-Osmolovskaya1,3, Boris Orekhov1,2, Fekla Tolstaya3

1: DH CLOUD; 2: Institute of Russian Literature (Pushkin House), Russia; 3: TOLSTOY DIGITAL

LP-T1G: Heritage
Location: MCG-G


Hamest Tamrazyan

EPFL, Switzerland

Observing semantic change in the representation of ethnic minorities through distant reading of museum catalogues

Inna Kizhner1, Yael Netzer2, Daniil Skorinkin3, Melissa Terras4, Moshe Lavee5

1: Haifa University, Siberian Federal University; 2: Haifa University, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 3: University of Potsdam; 4: University of Edinburgh; 5: Haifa University

Innovators of the Past: Modelling Novelty and Resonance in Dutch Historical Language Records

Alie Lassche, Ruben Ros

Leiden University, Netherlands, The

PN-T2A: Collaborative Visualizations and Visualizing Collaboration
Location: MCG-A

Collaborative Visualizations and Visualizing Collaboration

Serenity Sutherland1, David Ragnar Nelson2, Christopher Ohge3, Joanne Bernardi4, Candis Haak5

1: SUNY Oswego, United States of America; 2: American Philosophical Society, United States of America; 3: School of Advanced Study, University of London; 4: University of Rochester, United States of America; 5: SUNY Oswego, United States of America

SP-T2B: Literary worlds
Location: MCG-B

Re-navigating the Vernacular Language Movement and Chinese Translation Literature, 1898-1938: An Examination of Prefaces Using Topic Modeling

Sixing Chen1, Keli Du2, Jin Li3

1: The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: Trier Center for Digital Humanities, Germany; 3: Renmin University of China, China

Finding Haiku – Enhancing Findability and Accessibility of Poetry Resources in Multi-genre Collections across Different Languages

Michał Mrugalski1, Vera Maria Charvat2, Ingo Börner3, Matej Durco2, Sabine Laszkovits2, Stefan Resch2

1: Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany; 2: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage, Austrian Academy of Sciences; 3: University of Potsdam, Germany

Viewing Between the Lines: Representation of Age, Race, Class and Gender in the Illustrations of Dutch-Language Children’s Literature (1800-1940)

Paavo Van der Eecken

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Giorgio Bassani's notes between tradition and innovation

Angela Siciliano1, Angelo Mario Del Grosso2

1: Sorbonne Université Paris, France; 2: Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale "A. Zampolli", ILC-CNR

Migration Novel as a Conversional Genre

Parham Aledavood, Michael E. Sinatra, Dominic Forest

Université de Montréal, Canada

LP-T2C: Historical methods
Location: MCG-C

Finding Fascists, Efficiently! Comparing methods for mapping attitudes in Dutch and Belgian historical newspaper corpora (1920-1940)

Pieter van den Heede1, Milan van Lange2, Ralf Futselaar1,2

1: Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; 2: NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

“Money Can’t Buy Love?” Creating a Historical Sentiment Index for the Berlin Stock Exchange, 1872–1930

Janos Borst1, Lino Wehrheim2, Manuel Burghardt1

1: Computational Humanities Group, Leipzig University, Germany; 2: Economic and Social History, Regensburg University, Germany

Digitizing Suzette: Creating a Framework for the Collaborative Analysis of an Historical French Textbook

John Westbrook, Diane Jakacki, Rebecca Heintzelman, Juliya Harnood

Bucknell University, United States of America

LP-T2D: Language models
Location: MCG-D

Pre-Modern Data: Applying Language Modeling and Named Entity Recognition on Criminal Records in the City of Bern

Tobias Hodel1, Ismail Prada Ziegler1,2, Christa Schneider1,3

1: University of Bern, Switzerland; 2: University of Basel, Switzerland; 3: Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg, Austria

Piloting A Machine Learning Approach to Identify English-Language Fiction in the HathiTrust Digital Library

Ryan Dubnicek1, Ted Underwood2

1: HathiTrust Research Center, Information Sciences, University of Illinois, United States of America; 2: English and Information Sciences, University of Illinois, United States of America

Humanistic NLP: Bridging the Gap Between Digital Humanities and Natural Language Processing

Toma Tasovac1, Natalia Ermolaev2, Andrew Janco3, David Lassner5, Nick Budak4

1: Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities; 2: Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton; 3: University of Pennsylvania; 4: Stanford University; 5: Technische Universität Berlin

SP-T2E: Digital editions
Location: MCG-E

"With the 5ame name and adrvocation of S.Juan there is another one, in the sámeprovince"- towards a digital edition of the historical-geographical dictionary of the Indies by Antonio de Alcedo

Werner Stangl, Carmen Brando, Jean-Paul Zúñiga, Anahi Haedo

EHESS-CRH et CNRS-CREDA, Paris, France, projet TopUrbi

How to Be Non-Assertive in the ‘Assertive Edition’: Encoding Doubt in the Auden Musulin Papers

Timo Frühwirth, Massimiliano Carloni, Dimitra Grigoriou, Sandra Mayer, Daniel Stoxreiter

Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage, Austrian Academy of Sciences

Building a digital edition from archived social media content

Michael Kurzmeier1, James O'Sullivan1, Mike Pidd2, Orla Murphy1, Bridgette Wessels3, Sophie Whittle2

1: University College Cork, Ireland; 2: University of Sheffield; 3: University of Glasgow

Jacob Bernoulli’s Reisbüchlein an RDF-star-based Edition

Nora Olivia Ammann, Sepideh Alassi, Lukas Rosenthaler

Universität Basel, Switzerland

The digital edition as a nexus of documents and data for historical research: the example of the Imperial Diet records of 1576

Roman Bleier1,2, Eva Ortlieb1, Florian Zeilinger2

1: University of Graz, Austria; 2: Historical Commission at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities

LP-T2F: Collaboration
Location: MCG-F

Collaboration Across the Archival and Computational Sciences to Address Legacies of Gender Bias in Descriptive Metadata

Lucy Havens1,6, Rachel Hosker4,6, Beatrice Alex1,2,3,6, Benjamin Bach1,6, Melissa Terras5,6

1: School of Informatics; 2: Edinburgh Futures Institute; 3: School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures; 4: Heritage Collections; 5: College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; 6: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

A Gateway to Science: Fostering Access, Exchange, and Use of Social Science and Humanities Research Through a Digital Discovery Platform

Emilie Blotière1, Leonie Disch2, Gert Breitfuss2, Drahomira Cupar3, Jadranka Stojanovski3,4

1: Huma-Num (CNRS), France; 2: Know-Center GmbH, Austria; 3: University of Zadar, Croatia; 4: Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia

Fostering collaboration for open access publishing models: a study of the Polish ecosystem in the area of open access monographs in the humanities

Magdalena Wnuk, Marta Błaszczyńska, Marta Świetlik

Institute of Literary Research at the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

PN-T2G: It Takes a Village (3D)
Location: MCG-G

It Takes a Village: Building an Infrastructure for 3D Scholarly Editions

Costas Papadopoulos1, Susan Schreibman1, Kelly Gillikin Schoueri1, Jamie Cope2, Jon Blundell2, Jun Ogawa3, Kiyonori Nagasaki4

1: Maastricht University, Netherlands, The; 2: Smithsonian Institution; 3: Center for Open Data in the Humanities, University of Tokyo; 4: International Institute for Digital Humanities, University of Tokyo

CF-TLA: EADH Meeting
Location: MCG-A

Meeting of the European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH)

PN-T3A: Beyond the Boundaries of Individual Universities
Location: MCG-A

Beyond the Boundaries of Individual Universities: Allegiance to Digital Humanities Education in Korea

Jae-Yon Lee1, Yongsoo Kim2, Su-Rin Ryu3, Soo-Hyun Mun4, Hyounghun Kim1

1: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Hallym University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 3: Gachon University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 4: Hanyang University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

LP-T3B: Big questions
Location: MCG-B

A Philosophical View of the Digital History of Concepts: Four Theses And a Postscript

Stefan Heßbrüggen-Walter

FU Berlin, Germany

Cultural Motifs on #bigdata - A Semi-Automated Topic Modeling from a Socio-Cultural Constructionist Perspective

Charlotte Knorr, Andreas Niekler, Marius Behret, Christian Pentzold

Leipzig University, Germany

Data Problems in the Humanities, or "When everybody is special, no one is"?

Nathan D. Woods, Barbara Bordalejo, Daniel Paul O'Donnell

University of Lethbridge, Canada

LP-T3C: Understanding text
Location: MCG-C

Maximising the Power of Semantic Textual Data: CASTEMO Data Collection and the InkVisitor Application

David Zbíral, Robert L. J. Shaw, Tomáš Hampejs, Adam Mertel

Masaryk University, Czech Republic

From Theoretical Texts to Concept Maps. An Annotation Approach for a Distant Reading of Argumentative Text Structures.

Radu Tulai1, Gabriel Viehhauser2, Jan Angermeier1, Gökce Taban1

1: University of Bucharest, Romania; 2: University of Stuttgart, Germany

Making Hobbes’s Bible in the English Political Works Machine-Readable: A TXM-Based Workflow

Francesca Rebasti1, Serge Heiden2

1: IHRIM (UMR 5317) - ENS de Lyon, France; 2: IHRIM (UMR 5317) - ENS de Lyon, France

LP-T3D: Visualizing the past
Location: MCG-D

Points of View in a Virtual Concentration Camp: The case of Block 15 in Haidari, Greece.

Agiatis Benardou1,2

1: Department of Informatics, Athens University of Economics and Business; 2: Digital Curation Unit, ATHENA R.C., Greece

A Clash of Colorful Worlds. Distant Viewing Color in Western Visual Representations of the Orient and Occident, 1890-1920

Melvin Wevers1, Thomas Smits2

1: University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 2: University of Antwerp, Belgium

Visualizing and Analyzing Voting Records from Historical Documents

Gabriel Dias Cantareira1, Nicholas Cole2, Alfie Abdul-Rahman1

1: King's College London, United Kingdom; 2: Oxford University

LP-T3E: Handwritten text recognition (HTR)
Location: MCG-E

A speculative design for future handwritten text recognition: HTR use, and its impact on historical research and the digital record.

Joe Nockels1, Melissa Terras2, Paul Gooding3

1: School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, University of Edinburgh; National Library of Scotland, United Kingdom, Scotland; 2: Design Informatics, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, Scotland; 3: Information Studies, College of Arts, University of Glasgow

Handwritten text recognition applied to the manuscript production of the Carthusian Monastery of Herne in the Fourteenth Century

Wouter Haverals, Mike Kestemont

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Manu McFrench, from zero to hero: impact of using a generic handwriting model for smaller datasets

Alix Chagué1,2, Thibault Clérice3,1, Jade Norindr4, Maxime Humeau4, Baudouin Davoury4, Elsa Van Kote4, Anaïs Mazoue4, Margaux Faure4, Soline Doat4

1: ALMAnaCH, Inria, France; 2: Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada; 3: Centre Jean Mabillon, PSL-Ecole nationale des chartes, Paris, France; 4: CREMMA, Paris, France

LP-T3F: Gender asymmetries
Location: MCG-F

Systematic Gender Asymmetries in Aesthetic Judgments: An Observational Study of Book Reviewer Preferences

Ida Marie S. Lassen1, Yuri Bizzoni1,2, Mads R. Thomsen2, Kristoffer Nielbo1

1: Center for Humanities Computing, Aarhus University, Denmark; 2: School of Communication and Culture - Comparative Literature, Aarhus University, Denmark

Presence and Absence of Women in Early Modern Handwritten News: Random Walks in the Medici Archive

Gabor Mihaly Toth

University of Luxembourg

Implicit Gender Inequality in Children’s Picture Books: Evidence from a Text Mining Analysis of 200 Bestselling Chinese and British Titles

Yi Li1, Melissa Terras2, Yongning Li3

1: School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2: College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 3: School of Systems Science, Beijing Normal University

PN-T3G: Research Software Engineer Careers and Project Involvement in Digital Humanities
Location: MCG-G

Research Software Engineer Careers and Project Involvement in DH

Julia Damerow1, Malte Vogl2, Jeffrey Tharsen3, Robert Casties2, Rebecca Sutton Koeser4, Zoe LeBlanc5, Diego Siqueira6, Cole Crawford7

1: Arizona State University, United States of America; 2: MPI for the History of Science; 3: University of Chicago; 4: Princeton University; 5: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; 6: Ruhr University Bochum; 7: Humanities Research Computing - Harvard University

PN-T4A: Building a UK-Ireland Digital Humanities Association
Location: MCG-A

Enhancing research and teaching capacity through collaboration: building a UK-Ireland Digital Humanities Association

Jane Winters1, Michael Donnay1, Jennifer Edmond2, Orla Murphy3, Charlotte Tupman4, Paul Gooding5, Kristen Schuster6, Arianna Ciula6, Justin Tonra7

1: University of London, United Kingdom; 2: Trinity College Dublin; 3: University College Cork; 4: University of Exeter; 5: University of Glasgow; 6: King's College London; 7: University of Galway

LP-T4B: Networks and graphs
Location: MCG-B

Fragmentation and Disruption: Ranking Cut-Points in Social Networks, a Case Study on Epistolary Networks at the Court of Henry VIII

Caitlin Rose Burge

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Exploring the Evolution of Curatorial Diversity: a Methodological Framework with a Case Study of Book Reviews

Emilio Calderon Reyes

CulturePlex, Western University, Canada

Word2Vec-Based Literary Networks - Challenges and Opportunities

Itay Marienberg-Millikowsky, Dan Vilenchick

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

SP-T4C: Engaging the public
Location: MCG-C

Shanghai Memory as a case study of ideological impact on storytelling: the interplay between memory, language, and stories

Yaming Fu1, Simon Mahony2,3

1: Shanghai Library/Institute of Scientific & Technical Information of Shanghai, China; 2: Research Centre for Digital Publishing and Digital Humanities, Beijing Normal University at Zhuhai, China; 3: Department of Information Studies, University College London, UK

Misrepresentations of online engagement: re-examining online audiences in the UK museum sector

Ellen Charlesworth1, Andrew M. Beresford1, Claire Warwick1, Leonardo Impett2

1: Durham University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Creating user profiles based on citizen scientists' engagement patterns

Coen Van Galen1, Thunnis van Oort1, Montserrat Prats López2, Ganzevoort Wessel1, Rick Mourits3

1: Radboud University, Netherlands, The; 2: Open Universiteit, The Netherlands; 3: International Institute of Social History, the Netherlands

Crowdsourcing for Purrieties - Participatory Culture in Dialectology

Edith Podhovnik

FH Joanneum, Austria

Challenges, opportunities, and recommendations for the future of crowdsourcing in cultural heritage: a White Paper

Mia Ridge1, Meghan Ferriter2, Samantha Blickhan3

1: British Library; 2: Library of Congress; 3: Zooniverse and the Adler Planetarium

LP-T4D: Archaeology and heritage
Location: MCG-D

Precision Archaeology: a computational approach to archeological risk assessment

Roberto Pierdicca2, Tiberio Uricchio1, Matteo Tadolti1, Marina Paolanti1, Emanuele Frontoni1, Roberto Perna1

1: University of Macerata, Italy; 2: Università Politecnica delle Marche

“It's as simple as asking for it”. How do archaeologists collaborate – and how can open data improve it (or not)

Sabina Batlle Baró

Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Non-representational approaches to visualise complex information in the Cultural Heritage domain

Valentina Pasqual1, Carlo Teo Pedretti2, Andrea Schimmenti1, Francesca Tomasi1, Fabio Vitali1

1: Università di Bologna, Italy; 2: Università La Sapienza di Roma, Italy

SP-T4E: Collaborative practices
Location: MCG-E

Hand in Hand; Strauss’ Kaiser Walzer as a case study of interdisciplinary collaboration in digital musicology

Chanda VanderHart1, Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller2, David M. Weigl1

1: mdw - University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria; 2: Australian National University

Casting the net far and wide: Aggregating and harmonizing epistolary metadata in collaboration with cultural heritage institutions

Senka Drobac1, Johanna Enqvist3,2, Petri Leskinen2,1, Muhammad Faiz Wahjoe1, Heikki Rantala1, Mikko Koho1, Ilona Pikkanen3, Iida Jauhiainen3, Jouni Tuominen2,1, Hanna-Leena Paloposki3,4, Matti La Mela2,5, Eero Hyvönen1,2

1: Aalto University (Semantic Computing Research Group (SeCo)), Finland; 2: University of Helsinki (HSSH, HELDIG, Cultural heritage studies), Finland; 3: The Finnish Literature Society, Finland; 4: Finnish National Gallery, Finland; 5: Uppsala University, Sweden

Collaboration with citizens and its revolutionary potential in the digital humanities

Barbara Heinisch

University of Vienna, Austria

Collaboration, Preservation and Sustainability in Digital Humanities: a question of time

Olivier Aubert1, Jasper Stratil2

1: Nantes Université, France; 2: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Digital Maternal Cultures: The Politics of Collaboration in/and Indian Mommy Blogs

Dibyadyuti Roy1, Madhurima Das2

1: University of Leeds, UK, United Kingdom; 2: Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS), Pilani, India

SP-T4F: Natural Language Processing
Location: MCG-F

Transhistorical Resonance: Medieval Chinese Scholarship as Data

Nicholas Andrew Budak1, Gian Duri Rominger2

1: Stanford University, United States of America; 2: Princeton University, United States of America

Towards a Conflict Heuristic. Detecting Conflict in Literary Texts By Adapting Word Embedding Based Sentiment Analysis

Julian Häußler, Evelyn Gius

Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

Automatic Word Segmentation for Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts

Heidi Jauhiainen, Tommi Jauhiainen

University of Helsinki, Finland

Towards a computationally aware approach to humanistic data interfaces

Anna Sollazzo

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Modeling Eco-Poetics and Eco-Politics in 20th Century Anglophone Climate Fiction: Toxic Water

Dez Mary Miller1, Henry Alexander Wermer-Colan2, SaraGrace Stefan2, Megan Kane2

1: Emory University, United States of America; 2: Temple University, United States of America

LP-T4G: Linked open data
Location: MCG-G

Representing provenance and track changes of cultural heritage metadata in RDF: a survey of existing approaches

Arcangelo Massari1,2, Silvio Peroni1,2, Francesca Tomasi2, Ivan Heibi1,2

1: Research Centre for Open Scholarly Metadata, Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy; 2: Digital Humanities Advanced Research Centre (/DH.arc), Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

Representation of critical discourses in the humanities within Wikidata

Alessio Di Pasquale1, Valentina Pasqual2, Francesca Tomasi2, Fabio Vitali1

1: Department of Computer Science, University of Bologna, Italy; 2: Digital Humanities Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

Collaborative Data Remediation for the Semantic Web

Kim Martin, Susan Brown

University of Guelph, Canada

Date: Friday, 14/July/2023
PN-F1A: On Making in the Digital Humanities
Location: MCG-A

On Making in the Digital Humanities: The scholarship of digital humanities development in honour of John Bradley

Alexandra Ortolja-Baird1, Geoffrey Rockwell2, Julianne Nyhan3, John Bradley4, Ariana Ciula4, Dauvit Broun5

1: University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom; 2: University of Alberta, Canada; 3: University Collegel London/ TU Darmstadt; 4: King's College London; 5: University of Glasgow

LP-F1B: Scholarly communication
Location: MCG-B

Improving publication processes of the Association for Digital Humanities in the German Speaking Areas (DHd) - The DHd Data Steward and the community-driven Task Force “DHd Abstracts”

Anke Debbeler1, Patrick Helling1, Rebekka Borges2

1: Data Cente for the Humanities (DCH), University of Cologne, Germany; 2: Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany

Software Citation in the Digital Humanities

Daniel Jettka1, Ulrike Henny-Krahmer2, Anne Ferger1, Fernanda Alvares Freire2

1: University of Paderborn, Germany; 2: University of Rostock, Germany

Community-centric factors in sustaining digital scholarship

Katrina Fenlon, Alia Reza, Jessica Grimmer, Travis Wagner

University of Maryland, College Park, United States of America

LP-F1C: Visual data
Location: MCG-C

Access & Discovery of Documentary Images (ADDI): A Platform for the Exploration and Critique of Computer Vision Algorithms

Taylor ARNOLD, Lauren TILTON

University of Richmond, United States of America

Art History and Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Challenges of Large-Scale Visual Models in the Digital Humanities

Fabian Offert1, Leonardo Impett2

1: University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America; 2: Cambridge University, United Kingdom

Image Classification of Paris Bible Data

Yasmin Hawar Abo Bakir Shuan1, Christofer Meinecke2, Stefan Jänicke1

1: University of Southern Denmark, Denmark; 2: Leipzig University, Germany

LP-F1D: Machine learning
Location: MCG-D

Machine Learning and Digital Classical Chinese Texts: Collaboration between the UC Computing Platform and Peking University's Big-Data databases.

Minghui Hu, Xiao Li, Jeffrey Weekley

University of California Santa Cruz, United States of America

Using ECCO-BERT and the Historical Thesaurus of English to Explore Concepts and Agency in Historical Writing

Aatu Liimatta1, Eetu Mäkelä1, Filip Ginter2, Iiro Rastas2, Iiro Tihonen1, Jinbin Zhang3, Lidia Pivovarova1, Mikko Tolonen1, Milja K1, Rohit Babbar3, Ruilin Wang1, Tanja Säily1, Yann Ciarán Ryan1

1: University of Helsinki; 2: University of Turku; 3: Aalto University

Transformer-Based Named Entity Recognition for Ancient Greek

Tariq Yousef1, Chiara Palladino2, Stefan Jänicke3

1: Leipzig University; 2: Furman University; 3: University of Southern Denmark

LP-F1E: Network analysis
Location: MCG-E

Enlightenment Inflluencers: Networks of Text Reuse in 18th-century France

Glenn Roe, Valentina Fedchenko, Dario Nicolosi

ModERN Project, Sorbonne University, France

Networks at Scale. A Metadata-Based Approach to Detecting Links Between Fanfiction-Communities

Judith Brottrager, Anastasia Glawion, Katharina Herget, Thomas Weitin

TU Darmstadt, Germany

Mapping German Fiction in Translation: Visualizing Translationalism in the German National Library Catalogue

Lisa Teichmann

Université de Montréal, Canada

LP-F1F: Innovating editions
Location: MCG-F

Genetic networks: data model and visualisations

Elena Spadini1, Alessio Christen2, Valentina Pallacci3, Tommaso Elli3, Andrea Benedetti3, Daniel Maggetti2, Michele Mauri3, Stéphane Pétermann2

1: Universität Basel, Switzerland; 2: Université de Lausanne, Switzerland; 3: Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Topo-biographies of Women, “Austria,” and Textual and Spatial Methods

Alison Booth

University of Virginia, United States of America

Graph schema validation at last? Revisiting the Stemmarest data model with Neo4J and SHACL

Tara Lee Andrews

University of Vienna, Austria

LP-F1G: Digital Humanities and cultural heritage
Location: MCG-G

Artificial Intelligence for the analysis of Cultural Heritage point clouds

Marina Paolanti1, Francesca Matrone2, Tiberio Uricchio1, Benedetta Giovanola1, Emanuele Frontoni1, Andrea Maria Lingua2, Roberto Pierdicca3

1: University of Macerata, Italy; 2: Politecnico di Torino; 3: Università Politecnica delle Marche

The ‘Environmental Scan’ at work: radical contextualisation of newspaper collections for new historical research

Kaspar Beelen1, Jon Lawrence2, Katherine McDonough1, Kalle Westerling1,3, Daniel C.S. Wilson1

1: The Alan Turing Institute, United Kingdom; 2: University of Exeter; 3: British Library

Building Bridges to Serve User Needs: the Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud Initiative at the Library of Congress

Eileen J. Manchester, Meghan Ferriter, Leah Weinryb Grohsgal, Jaime Mears, Abigail Potter, Laurie Allen

Library of Congress, United States of America

PN-F2A: Looking back to build future shared collections
Location: MCG-A

Looking back to build future shared collections: reports from the Sloane Lab

Marco Humbel1, Foteini Valeonti1, Daniele Metilli1, Jawad Sadek1, Alda Terracciano1, Victoria Pickering2, Alicia Hughes3, Andreas Vlachidis1, Nina Pearlman4, Andrew Flinn1, Mark Carine2, Kim Sloan3, Julianne Nyhan1,5

1: Department of Information Studies UCL, London; 2: Natural History Museum, London; 3: The British Museum, London; 4: UCL Art Collection, London; 5: Technische Universität Darmstadt

SP-F2B: Pedagogical approaches
Location: MCG-B

R-Ladies and Student-Centered DH Pedagogy

Katherine Ireland, Camila Lívio

University of Georgia, United States of America

Student Scientometrics – What do German Students of the Humanities Cite in their Term Papers?

Tim Henning, Silvia E. Gutiérrez De la Torre, Manuel Burghardt

Computational Humanities Group, Leipzig University

Making Digital Humanities teaching responsive to specificity of local context

Sayan Bhattacharyya

Yale University, United States of America

Visualization as an epistemic tool for multimodal sources in the history of education

Linda Freyberg

DIPF Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education, Germany

SP-F2C: Research data
Location: MCG-C

Towards Metadata-enriched Literary Corpora in Line with FAIR Principles: 19/20MetaPNC

Cezary Rosiński1, Agnieszka Karlińska4, Marek Kubis2, Patryk Hubar1, Jan Wieczorek3

1: The Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; 2: Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland; 3: Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland; 4: NASK National Research Institute

Investigating Decentralized Alternatives to Collaborative Long-term Research Data Preservation Infrastructure

Pascal Belouin, Kim Pham, Steffen Hennicke

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany

There is no “I” in "Infrastructure": Creating a shared data-centric DH Infrastructure for Cultural Heritage Research in Saxony/Germany

Dirk Goldhahn, Peter Mühleder, Franziska Naether

Saxon Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany

From unstructured texts to RDF-star-based open research data queryable by references

Sepideh Alassi

University of Basel, Switzerland

Russian-Ukrainian War Art: Data Collection and Analysis

Dinara Gagarina

independent researcher

SP-F2D: Literary challenges
Location: MCG-D

A Case for Harnessing the "Digital Extended Specimen" Network for Literary and Historical Studies

Bethany Kidd

University College London and The Royal Society

Cross-Cultural Classics: Preliminary Findings from Goodreads Based in the U.S. and Douban Based in China

Yuerong Hu, Ted Underwood, Glen Layne-Worthey, J. Stephen Downie

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America

Bringing the New Variorum Shakespeare Online

Laura Mandell1, Katayoun Torabi2, Bryan Tarpley3

1: Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2: Texas A&M University, United States of America; 3: Texas A&M University, United States of America

Providing Digital Answers to Disciplinary Questions with Graph Literary Exploration Machine

Maciej Maryl1, Agnieszka Karlińska3, Wiktor Walentynowicz2, Tomasz Walkowiak2

1: Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences; 2: Wrocław University of Science and Technology; 3: NASK National Research Institute

Constructing the GOLEM: Graphs and Ontologies for Literary Evolution Models

Federico Pianzola, Xiaoyan Yang, Noa Visser, Michiel van der Ree, Andreas van Cranenburgh

University of Groningen

LP-F2E: Geospatial methods
Location: MCG-E

From Automated Bootstrapping to Collaborative Editing: A Framework for 4D City Reconstruction

Beatrice Vaienti1, Paul Guhennec1, Didier Dupertuis1, Rémi Petitpierre2

1: Digital Humanities Laboratory, EPFL, Switzerland; 2: Institute for Area and Global Studies, EPFL, Switerzland

The Skin of Venice: Automatic Facade Extraction from Point Clouds.

Paul Guhennec1, Isabella di Lenardo2

1: Digital Humanities Laboratory, EPFL, Switzerland; 2: Institute for Area and Global Studies, EPFL, Switzerland

From Atoms to Eternity: Visualizing Space and Scale in Emily Dickinson

Anouk Lang

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

SP-F2F: Machine learning and artificial intelligence
Location: MCG-F

A Model of Heaven: Tracing Images of Holiness in a Collection of 63.000 Lantern Slides (1880-1940)

Eleonora Paklons, Thomas Smits

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Towards a distant viewing of depicted materials in medieval paintings

Isabella Nicka, Andreas Uhl, Miriam Landkammer, Michael Linortner, Johannes Schuiki

University of Salzburg, Austria

Using Multimodal Machine Learning to Distant View the Illustrated World of the Illustrated London News, 1842-1900

Thomas Smits1, Ben Lee2, Paul Fyfe3

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: University of Washington, USA; 3: North Carolina State University, USA

Probabilistic Modeling of Chronological Dates to Serve Machines and Scholars

Andreas Habring, Anguelos Nicolaou, Daniel Luger, Florian Atzenhofer-Baumgartner, Florian Lamminger, Franziska Decker, Sandy Aoun, Tamás Kovács, Georg Vogeler, Martin Holler

University of Graz, Austria

They're veGAN but they almost taste the same: generating simili-manuscripts with artificial intelligence

Jean-Baptiste Camps, Chahan Vidal-Gorène

École nationale des chartes | Université PSL, France

PN-F2G: Legal issues in Digital Humanities
Location: MCG-G

Legal Issues in Digital Humanities: Analysis of Recent Advocacy and Continuing and Emerging Issues

Erik Ketzan1, Kim Nayyer2, Quinn Dombrowski3, Lauren Tilton4, Koenraad de Smedt5, Paweł Kamocki6, Benito Trollip7, Kiyonori Nagasaki8

1: Trinity College Dublin; 2: Cornell Law School; 3: Stanford University; 4: University of Richmond; 5: University of Bergen; 6: Leibniz Institute for the German Language; 7: South African Centre for Digital Language Resources; 8: International Institute for Digital Humanities

CF-FLA: centernet Meeting
Location: MCG-A

Meeting of the centernet association.

PN-F3A: Readers, Tropes, and Translations
Location: MCG-A

Readers, Tropes, and Translations: Directions for Digital Research into Youth Literature

Agnieszka Backman5, Joanna Byszuk4, Quinn Dombrowski1, Anouk Lang3, Antonia Murath6, Nichole Nomura2

1: Stanford University, United States of America; 2: Department of English, Stanford University, United States of America; 3: School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh; 4: Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; 5: Uppsala University, Sweden; 6: Freie Universität, Department of German and Dutch Philology

LP-F3B: Collaborative practices
Location: MCG-B

Data for Translation History: Collaborative Database Development

Agnieszka Podpora1, Paulina Kwaśniewska-Urban2, Joanna Cieloch-Niewiadomska3, Maciej Sagata3

1: Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland; 2: Pedagogical University of Kraków, Poland; 3: The National Library of Poland

From Tapestry to Data Visualisation: Networks of Collaboration in Project Cornelia

Houda Lamqaddam1, Rudy Jos Beerens1,2, Koenraad Brosens1, Bruno Cardoso3, Inez de Prekel1, Frederik Truyen1, Katlijne Van der Stighelen1, Katrien Verbert1, Margherita Fantoli1

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: RKD; 3: Tilburg University

New pathways to research and library collaboration through remote technologies

Christina Kamposiori

Research Libraries UK (RLUK), United Kingdom

LP-F3C: Literary history
Location: MCG-C

Putting to test the Affective-Aesthetic Potential

Peter Boot1, Marijn Koolen1,2, Ole Mussman3, Carsten Schnober3, Willem van Hage3, Joris van Zundert1,2

1: Huygens Institute for the History and Culture of the Netherlands; 2: DHLab, KNAW Humanities Cluster; 3: Netherlands eScience Center

Factors of Literary History: The Case of German-language Poetry (1850–1920)

Leonard Konle1, Merten Kröncke2, Fotis Jannidis1, Simone Winko2

1: Würzburg University, Germany; 2: Göttingen University, Germany

Measuring the Uneven Digitization of Historical Literature

Lawrence Isaac Evalyn

Northeastern University, United States of America

LP-F3D: Network analysis
Location: MCG-D

A Knowledge Graph for Humanities Research

Vayianos Pertsas, Panagiotis Leontaridis, Marialena Kasapaki, Panos Constantopoulos

Athens University Of Economics and Business

Modeling the evolving social dynamics of political figures with chronological historical records

You-Jun Chen2,3, Hsin-Yi Hsieh1,3, Yu-Tung Lin1, Richard Tzong-Han Tsai1,3

1: Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Central University, Taiwan; 2: Department of Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles, USA; 3: Center for GIS, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

To accuse or not to accuse: a network analysis of incriminations in a medieval inquisition register

Katia Riccardo, David Zbíral

Masaryk University, Czech Republic

LP-F3E: Linked open data
Location: MCG-E

Data narratives with Linked Open Data, the case of mythLOD storytelling

Valentina Pasqual, Francesca Tomasi

Digital Humanities Advanced Research Centre (/DH.arc), Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italyorcid

Linking (In)Completeness: A Collaborative Approach to Representing People in Art Provenance Data

Lynn Rother, Fabio Mariani, Max Koss

Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany

“The research is happening in the text fields” – Are Linked Open Data and Art History a good match?

Giacomo Nanni1, Linda Freyberg2, Sabine de Günther1, Marian Dörk1

1: UCLAB, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam; 2: DIPF Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsforschung und Bildungsinformation, Germany

LP-F3F: Text mining
Location: MCG-F

Word Constellations - An Interactive Display of Distributed Semantics in the Gamergate Phenomenon

Paolo Verdini, Robert Budac, Ryan Chartier, Geoffrey Rockwell

University of Alberta, Canada

Computing Angel Names in Jewish Magic

Ortal-Paz Saar1, Joris van Eijnatten1,2

1: Utrecht University, Netherlands, The; 2: Netherlands eScience Center

Word Clouds with Spatial Stable Word Positions across Multiple Text Witnesses

Janis Dähne, Marcus Pöckelmann, Jörg Ritter

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

PN-F3G: New Research on Book Reviews
Location: MCG-G

Reception History in Many Dimensions: New Research on Book Reviews

Matthew Lavin1, Melanie Walsh2, Maria Antoniak3, Yuerong Hu4, Ted Underwood4, David Bishop4, Liza Senatorova4, Wenyi Shang4

1: Denison University, United States of America; 2: University of Washington, United States of America; 3: Cornell University, United States of America; 4: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, United States of America

CC: Closing Ceremony
Location: MCG-A

Closing Ceremony and Goodbye

CK: Closing Keynote
Location: MCG-A

Closing Keynote

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