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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 12/Sept/2022
9:00am
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9:30am
Registration - Monday
9:30am
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6:00pm
Workshop 1: From a collection of documents to a published edition : how to use an end-to-end publication pipeline [Full Day]
Location: ARMB: 3.38
 

Workshop

From a collection of documents to a published edition : how to use an end-to-end publication pipeline

F. Chiffoleau1,2, H. Scheithauer1

1: Inria, France; 2: Le Mans Université, France

11:00am
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11:30am
Monday Morning Refreshment Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
1:00pm
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2:30pm
Monday Lunch Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
2:30pm
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6:00pm
Workshop 2: Creating Digital Editions with FairCopy [Half Day, Afternoon]
Location: ARMB: 1.04
 

Workshop

Creating Digital Editions with FairCopy

N. Laiacona

Performant Software Solutions LLC, United States of America

Workshop 3: A short introduction to Schematron [Half Day, Afternoon]
Location: ARMB: 1.06
 

Workshop

A short introduction to Schematron

D. Maus

State and University Library Hamburg, Germany

4:00pm
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4:30pm
Monday Afternoon Refreshment Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
Date: Tuesday, 13/Sept/2022
9:00am
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9:30am
Registration - Tuesday
9:30am
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1:00pm
Workshop 4: Building TEI-powered websites with static site technology. A hands on exploration of the publishing toolkit of the Scholarly Editing Journal [Half Day, Morning]
Location: ARMB: 3.38
 

Workshop

Building TEI-powered websites with static site technology. A hands on exploration of the publishing toolkit of the Scholarly Editing Journal

R. Viglianti

University of Maryland, United States of America

Workshop 5: Introduction to XProc [Half Day, Morning]
Location: ARMB: 3.41
 

Workshop

Introduction to XProc

D. Maus

State and University Library Hamburg, Germany

Workshop 6: Engaging TEI Editors Through LEAF-Writer [Half Day, Morning]
Location: ARMB: 1.06
 

Workshop

Engaging TEI Editors Through LEAF-Writer

D. Jakacki1, S. Brown2, J. Cummings3, M. Ilovan4, L. Frizzera2, C. Black5, R. Milio1

1: Bucknell University, United States of America; 2: University of Guelph, Canada; 3: Newcastle University, United Kingdom; 4: University of Alberta, Canada; 5: LAB Cooperative

11:00am
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11:30am
Tuesday Morning Refreshment Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
1:00pm
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2:30pm
Tuesday Lunch Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
2:30pm
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4:00pm
SIG 1: Manuscripts
Location: ARMB: 3.38
SIG 2: Ontologies
Location: ARMB: 1.06
SIG 3: Linguistics
Location: ARMB: 3.41
Chair: Piotr Banski, IDS Mannheim
4:00pm
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4:30pm
Tuesday Afternoon Refreshment Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
4:30pm
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6:00pm
SIG 4: Correspondence
Location: ARMB: 3.38
SIG 5: Newspapers and Periodicals
Location: ARMB: 1.06
SIG 6: [Unbooked]
Location: ARMB: 3.41
6:15pm
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7:30pm
Opening Keynote: Constance Crompton, "Situated, Partial, Common, Shared: TEI Data as Capta"
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: James Cummings, Newcastle University

Starting with: Welcome To Newcastle University, Professor Jennifer Richards, Director of the Newcastle University Humanities Research Institute.
 

Invited Keynote

Situated, Partial, Common, Shared: TEI Data as Capta

C. Crompton

University of Ottawa, Canada

7:30pm
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9:00pm
Opening Keynote Reception
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
Date: Wednesday, 14/Sept/2022
9:00am
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9:30am
Registration - Wednesday
9:30am
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11:00am
Session 1A: Short-Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: Martin Holmes, University of Victoria
 

Short Paper

Standoff-Tools. Generic services for building automatic annotation pipelines around existing tools for plain text analysis

C. Lück

Universität Münster, Germany




Short Paper

TEI Automatic Enriched List of Names (TAELN): An XQuery-based Open Source Solution for the Automatic Creation of Indexes from TEI and RDF Data

G. Fernandez Riva

Universität Heidelberg, Germany




Short Paper

manuForma – A Web Tool for Cataloging Manuscript Data

M. de Molière

University of Munich, Germany

Session 1B: Long Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.16
Chair: Syd Bauman, Northeastern University
 

Long Paper

Texts All the Way Down: The Intertextual Networks Project

S. Connell, A. Clark

Northeastern University, United States of America




Long Paper

Revising Sex and Gender in the TEI Guidelines

E. Beshero-Bondar1, R. Viglianti2, H. Bermúdez Sabel3, J. Jenstad4

1: Penn State Behrend, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland, United States of America; 3: University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland; 4: University of Victoria, Canada




Long Paper

Where is the Spanish in the TEI?: Insights on a Bilingual Community Survey

G. del Rio Riande1, S. Allés-Torrent2

1: CONICET, Argentine Republic; 2: Unversity of Miami, USA

11:00am
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11:30am
Wednesday Morning Refreshment Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
11:30am
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1:00pm
Session 2A: Long Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: Elli Bleeker, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands
 

Long Paper

Revision, Negation, and Incompleteness in Melville's _Billy Budd_ Manuscript

C. Ohge

School of Advanced Study, University of London, United Kingdom




Long Paper

“Un mar de sentimientos”. Sentiment analysis of TEI encoded Spanish periodicals using machine learning

L. Krusic1, M. Scholger1, E. Hobisch2, Y. Völkl2

1: Institute Centre of Information Modelling (Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities), University of Graz; 2: Technical University Graz

Session 2B: Long Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.16
Chair: Hugh Cayless, Duke University
 

Long Paper

TEICollator: a semi-automatic TEI to TEI workflow

M. Gille Levenson

ENS Lyon, France




Long Paper

Back to analog: the added value of printing TEI editions

M. Kupreyev

Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany




Long Paper

Encoding sonic devices: what is it good for?

M. Holmes

University of Victoria, Canada

1:00pm
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2:30pm
Wednesday Lunch Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
2:30pm
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4:00pm
Session 3A: Long Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: Gustavo Fernandez Riva, Universität Heidelberg
 

Long Paper

Vocabularium Bruxellense. Towards Quantitative Analysis of Medieval Lexicography

K. Nowak1, I. Krawczyk1, R. Alexandre2

1: Institute of Polish Language (Polish Academy of Sciences), Poland; 2: Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes, France




Long Paper

ISO MAF reloaded: new TEI serialization for an old ISO standard

P. Banski1, L. Romary2, A. Witt1

1: IDS Mannheim, Germany; 2: INRIA, France




Long Paper

TEI Modelling of the Lexicographic Data in the DARIAH-PL Project

K. Nowak, D. Mika, W. Łukasik

Institute of Polish Language (Polish Academy of Sciences), Poland

Session 3B: Notes from the DEPCHA Field and Beyond: TEI/XML/RDF for Accounting Records
Location: ARMB: 2.16
Chair: Syd Bauman, Northeastern University
 

Panel

Notes from the DEPCHA Field and Beyond: TEI/XML/RDF for Accounting Records

K. Tomasek1, O. Bullock1, L. Hermsen2, R. Walker2, N. Kokaze3

1: Wheaton College Massachusetts, United States of America; 2: Rochester Institute of Technology, United States of America; 3: Chiba University, Japan

4:00pm
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4:30pm
Wednesday Afternoon Refreshment Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
4:30pm
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6:00pm
Poster Slam, Session, and Reception
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
Chair: Syd Bauman, Northeastern University
The Poster Slam and Session will start with a 1 minute - 1 slide presentation by all poster presenters summarising their poster and why you should come see it.

There will be an informal drinks and nibbles reception during the poster session.
 

Poster

The QhoD project: A resource on Habsburg-Ottoman diplomatic exchange

S. Kurz, M. Mayer, Y. Yılmaz

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria




Poster

Building a digital infrastructure for the edition and analysis of historical travelogues

S. Balck

IOS Regensburg, Germany




Poster

TEI and Scholarly Digital Editions: how to make philological data easier to retrieve and elaborate

C. Martignano

University of Florence, Italy




Poster

Between Data and Interface, Building a Digital Library for Spanish Chapbooks with TEI-Publisher

E. Leblanc, P. Jacsont

University of Geneva, France




Poster

oXbytei and oXbytao. A Stack of Configurable oXygen Frameworks

C. Lück

Universität Münster, Germany




Poster

Automatic Validation, Packaging and Deployment of TEI Documents. What Continuous Integration can do for us

C. Lück

Universität Münster, Germany




Poster

Adapting TEI for Braille

E. Forget

University of Toronto, Canada




Poster

Okinawan Lexicography in TEI: Challenges for Multiple Writing Systems

S. Miyagawa1, K. Kato2, M. Zlazli3, S. Machida4, S. Carlino5

1: National Institute for Japanese and Linguistics (NINJAL), Japan; 2: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan; 3: SOAS University of London, UK; 4: University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, US; 5: Kyushu University/Hitotsubashi University, Japan




Poster

Text as Object: Encoding the data for 3D annotation in TEI

J. Ogawa1, K. Nagasaki2, I. Ohmukai3, Y. Nakamura3, A. Kitamoto1

1: Center for Open Data in the Humanities, Japan; 2: International Institute for Digital Humanities, Japan; 3: University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology




Poster

Building Interfaces for East Asian/Japanese TEI data

K. Nagasaki1, S. Nakamura2, K. Okada3

1: International Institute for Digital Humanities, Japan; 2: Historiographical Insutite, The University of Tokyo; 3: Hokkai Gakuen University




Poster

Explainable Supervised Models for Bias Mitigation in Hate Speech Detection: African American English

A. Gabriel, M. Sinclair

Northumbria University




Poster

A TEI/IIIF Structure for Adding Palaeographic Examples to Catalogue Entries

S. M. Winslow

University of Graz, Austria




Poster

From facsimile to online representation. The Centre for Digital Editions in Darmstadt. An Introduction

K. Fischer, S. Kalmer, D. Kampkaspar, S. Müller, M. Scheffer, M. E.-H. Seltmann, K. Wunsch

University and State Library Darmstadt, Germany




Poster

From Oxgarage to TEIGarage and MEIGarage

P. Stadler, A. Ferger, D. Röwenstrunk

Paderborn University, Germany




Poster

Towards a digital documentary edition of CCCC41: The TEI and Marginalia-Bearing Manuscripts

P. O Connor

University of Oxford, United Kingdom




Poster

Transatlantic Networks - a Pilot: mapping the correspondence of David Bailie Warden (1772-1845)

J. Orr, S. Howard, J. Cummings

Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Date: Thursday, 15/Sept/2022
9:00am
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9:30am
Registration - Thursday
9:30am
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11:00am
Session 4A: Short-Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: Peter Stadler, Paderborn University
 

Short Paper

TEI and the Re-Encoding of Born-Digital and Multi-Format Texts

E. Forget, A. Galey

University of Toronto, Canada




Short Paper

Capturing the Thread Structure: A Modification of CMC-Core to Account for Characteristics of Online Forums

S. Reimann, L. Rodenhausen, F. Elwert, T. Scheffler

Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany




Short Paper

Publishing the grammateus research output with the TEI : how our scholarly texts become data

E. Nury

University of Geneva, Switzerland




Short Paper

Handwritten Text Recognition for heterogeneous collections? The Use Case Gruß & Kuss

S. Büdenbender1, M. Seltmann2, J. Baum1

1: University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt (h_da), Germany; 2: University and State Library Darmstadt, Germany

Session 4B: Long Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.16
Chair: Elisa Beshero-Bondar, Penn State Behrend
 

Long Paper

From TEI Personography to IPIF data

R. W. J. Hadden1, G. Vogeler2,1

1: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria; 2: University of Graz, Austria




Long Paper

TEI as Data: Escaping the Visualization Trap

R. Rosselli Del Turco1, E. Magnanti2, G. Cerretini3

1: Università di Torino, Italy; 2: University of Vienna, Austria; 3: Università di Pisa, Italy




Long Paper

LINCS’ Linked Workflow: Creating CIDOC-CRM from TEI

C. Crompton, H. Zafar, A. Defours

University of Ottawa, Canada

11:00am
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11:30am
Thursday Morning Refreshment Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
11:30am
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1:00pm
Session 5A: Long Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: Dario Kampkaspar, Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Darmstadt
 

Long Paper

Evolving Hands: HTR and TEI Workflows for cultural institutions

J. Cummings1, D. Jakacki2, I. Johnson1, C. Pirmann2, A. Healey1, V. Flex1, E. Jeffrey1

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




Long Paper

Between automatic and manual encoding: towards a generic TEI model for historical prints and manuscripts

A. Pinche1, K. Christensen2, S. Gabay3

1: Ecole nationale des chartes | PSL (France); 2: INRIA (France); 3: Université de Genève (Switzerland)




Long Paper

Dehmel Digital: Pipelines, text as data, and editorial interventions at the distance

D. Maus1, J. Nantke2, S. Bläß2, M. Flüh2

1: State and University Library Hamburg, Germany; 2: University of Hamburg

Session 5B: Panel - Manuscript catalogues as data for research
Location: ARMB: 2.16
Chair: Katarzyna Anna Kapitan, University of Oxford
 

Panel

Manuscript catalogues as data for research

H. E. Jones1, Y. Faghihi1, M. Holford2, T. Schaßan3, T. Burrows2, K. A. Kapitan2, N. K. Yavuz4

1: Cambridge University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Oxford; 3: Herzog August Bibliothek; 4: University of Leeds

1:00pm
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2:30pm
Thursday Lunch Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
2:30pm
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4:00pm
Session 6A: An Interview With ... Lou Burnard
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: Diane Jakacki, Bucknell University
An interview session: a short statement piece followed by interview questions, then audience questions.
4:00pm
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4:30pm
Thursday Afternoon Refreshment Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
4:30pm
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6:00pm
TEI Annual General Meeting - All Welcome
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: Diane Jakacki, Bucknell University
Date: Friday, 16/Sept/2022
9:00am
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9:30am
Registration - Friday
9:30am
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11:00am
Session 7A: Short Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: Patricia O Connor, University of Oxford
 

Short Paper

Encoding Complex Structures: The Case of a Gospel Spanish Chapbook

E. Leblanc, P. Jacsont

University of Geneva, France




Short Paper

Annotating a historical manuscript as a linguistic resource

H.-J. Döhla3, H. Klöter2, M. Scholger1, E. Steiner1

1: University of Graz; 2: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; 3: Universität Tübingen




Short Paper

How to Represent Topic Models in Digital Scholarly Editions

U. Henny-Krahmer1, F. Neuber2

1: University of Rostock, Germany; 2: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Germany




Short Paper

Analyzing the Catalogue of Heroines through Text Encoding

R. Milio

Bucknell University, United States of America

Session 7B: Long Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.16
Chair: Gimena del Rio Riande, CONICET
 

Long Paper

Is it still data? Scholarly Editing of Text from Early Born-Digital Heritage

T. Roeder

Universität Würzburg, Germany




Long Paper

Using Citation Structures

H. Cayless

Duke University, United States of America




Long Paper

Text between data and metadata: An examination of input types and usage of TEI encoded texts

T. Schaßan

Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, Germany

11:00am
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11:30am
Friday Morning Refreshment Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
11:30am
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1:00pm
Session 8A: Long Papers
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: Meaghan Brown, Independent Scholar
 

Long Paper

Codex as Corpus : Using TEI to unlock a 14th-century collection of Old French short texts

S. Dows-Miller

University of Oxford, United Kingdom




Long Paper

atop: another TEI ODD processor

S. Bauman1, H. Bermúdez Sabel2, M. Holmes3, D. Maus4

1: Northeastern University, United States of America; 2: University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland; 3: University of Victoria, Canada; 4: State and University Library Hamburg, Germany

Session 8B: Demonstrations
Location: ARMB: 2.16
Chair: Tiago Sousa Garcia, Newcastle University
 

Demonstration

Transcribing Primary Sources using FairCopy and IIIF

N. Laiacona

Performant Software Solutions LLC, United States of America




Demonstration

Adapting CETEIcean for static site building with React and Gatsby

R. Viglianti

University of Maryland, United States of America




Demonstration

Spec Translator: Enabling translation of TEI Specifications

H. Cayless

Duke University, United States of America




Demonstration

LEAF-Writer: a TEI + RDF online XML editor

D. Jakacki1, S. Brown2, J. Cummings3

1: Bucknell University, United States of America; 2: University of Guelph, Canada; 3: Newcastle University, UK

1:00pm
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2:30pm
Friday Lunch Break
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
2:30pm
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4:00pm
Closing Keynote: Emmanuel Ngue Um, 'Tone as “Noiseless Data”: Insight from Niger-Congo Tone Languages'
Location: ARMB: 2.98
Chair: Martina Scholger, University of Graz

With Closing Remarks, Dr James Cummings, Local TEI2022 Conference Organiser
 

Invited Keynote

Tone as “Noiseless Data”: Insight from Niger-Congo Tone Languages

E. Ngue Um

University of Yaoundé 1 & University of Bertoua (Cameroon), Cameroon

4:00pm
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5:30pm
Closing Keynote Reception
Location: ARMB: King's Hall
Date: Thursday, 22/Sept/2022
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Virtual Poster Session on Gather.Town
Virtual location: Gather.Town
Chair: Martina Scholger, University of Graz
The link to gather.town https://app.gather.town/app/DVLCOOcP1lTL5Zkh/TEI2022 will only work at the time of the session.
 

Virtual Poster

From Archives to TEI Publisher: Digital Edition of German Work Regulations in the Project 'Non-state Law of the Economy'

P. Solonets

Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory, Germany




Virtual Poster

Feature structures for character social variable annotation and an application to Alsatian theater

P. Ruiz Fabo1, H. Bermúdez Sabel2

1: Université de Strasbourg, France; 2: Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland




Virtual Poster

Multilingualism and multiscriptism in TEI publishing: DH2022

Y. Wang1,2, K. Nagasaki1, I. Ohmukai3, M. Shimoda3

1: International Institute for Digital Humanities, Japan; 2: Graduate school of the University of Tokyo; 3: The University of Tokyo




Virtual Poster

Celebrating Deviation: Encoding Variant Japanese Phonetic Characters known as Hentaigana

H. McGaughey

Hosei University, Japan




Virtual Poster

Theoretical and practical challenges of automatically identifying and encoding alliteration in texts written in Italian

A. Consalvi1, S. Fumagalli2

1: Sapienza University of Rome; 2: Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan


 
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