Digital Humanities

DH2010

King's College London, 3rd - 6th July 2010

[Image: KCL Photo Collage]
[Image: London Photo Collage (Somerset House; Globe Theatre; Millennium Bridge; Tate Modern)]

Schedule: Friday 09 July

Time

Safra Theatre

S-2.08

K.2.40

K.2.31

AM 1

Panel

Literature (Chair: Bethany Nowviskie)

Literature (Chair: Oyvind Eide)

Style/Text Analysis (Chair: Patrick Juola

9.00

Coalition of Humanities and Arts Infrastructures and Networks - CHAINMartin Wynne; Sheila Anderson; Neil Fraistat; Chad Kainz; Steven Krauwer; David Robey; Harold Short

“Quivering Web of Living Thought”: Mapping the Conceptual Networks of Swinburne's Songs of the SpringtidesJohn A. Walsh; Pin Sym Foong; Kshitiz Anand; Vignesh Ramesh

A Tale of Two Cities: Implications of the Similarities and Differences in Collaborative Approaches within the Digital Libraries and Digital Humanities CommunitiesLynne Siemens; Richard Cunningham; Wendy Duff; Claire Warwick

Detection of Citations and Textual Reuse on Ancient Greek Texts and its Applications in the Classical Studies: eAQUA ProjectMarco Büchler; Annette Geßner; Gerhard Heyer; Thomas Eckart

9.30

 

Digital Mediation of Modernist Literary Texts and their DocumentsMark Byron

Challenges of Linking Digital Heritage Scientific Data with Scholarly Research: From Navigation to PoliticsFenella G. France; Michael B. Toth; Eric F. Hansen

Does Size Matter? Authorship Attribution, Small Samples, Big ProblemMaciej Eder

10.00

 

 

Thinking Archivally: Search and Metadata as Building Blocks for a New Digital HistoriographyJoshua Sternfeld

A corpus approach to cultural keywords: a critical corpus-based analysis of ideology in the Blair years (1998-2007) through print news reportingLesley Jeffries; Brian David Walker

10.30

Break

Time

Safra Theatre

S-2.08

K.2.40

K.2.31

AM 2

Panel

Teaching/Managing (Chair: Liliane Gallet-Blanchard)

Annotation/Markup (Chair: John Walsh)

Style/Text Analysis (Chair: Tomoji Tabata)

11.00

Wargames in a Digital AgeMatthew Kirschenbaum; Patrick Juola; Philip Sabin

Crossing the Boundary: Exploring the Educational Potential of Social Networking SitesAnouk Lang

Towards Hermeneutic Markup: An architectural outlineWendell Piez

Non-traditional Prosodic Features for Automated Phrase-Break PredictionClaire Brierley; Eric Atwell

11.30

 

Digital Humanities Internships: Creating a Model iSchool-Digital Humanities Center PartnershipPaul Conway; Neil Fraistat; Patricia Galloway; Kari Kraus; Dean Rehberger; Katherine Walter

The Open Annotation Collaboration: A Data Model to Support Sharing and Interoperability of Scholarly AnnotationsJane Hunter; Tim Cole; Robert Sanderson; Herbert Van de Sompel

Semantic Cartography: Using RDF/OWL to Build Adaptable Tools for Text ExplorationAndrew Ashton

12.00

 

The Graceful Degradation Survey: Managing Digital Humanities Projects Through Times of Transition and DeclineBethany Nowviskie; Dot Porter

Works, Documents, Texts and Related Resources for EveryonePeter Robinson; Federico Meschini

Using Wikipedia to Enable Entity Retrieval and Visualization Concerning the Intellectual/Cultural HeritageSofia J. Athenikos

12.30

Lunch / ACH AGM: Room K2.40

Time

Safra Theatre

S-2.08

K.2.40

K.2.31

PM 1

Panel

Panel

Dig. Lit / Tools (Chair: John Bradley)

Visualization (Chair: John Unsworth)

2.00

Understanding the 'Capacity' of the Digital Humanities: The Canadian Experience, GeneralisedRay Siemens; Michael Eberle-Sinatra; Lynne Siemens; Stéfan Sinclair; Susan Brown; Meagan Timney; Geoffrey Rockwell

Scanning Between the Lines: The Search for the Semantic StoryK. Faith Lawrence; Paolo Battino; Paul Rissen; Michael O. Jewell; Tarcisio Lancioni

e-Vocative Cases: Digitality and Direct AddressLisa Swanstrom

How Do You Visualize a Million Links?Susan Brown; Jeffery Antoniuk; Michael Bauer; Jennifer Berberich; Milena Radzikowska; Stan Ruecker; Terence Yung

2.30

 

 

LAP, LICHEN, and DASS – Experiences combining data and toolsLisa Lena Opas-Hänninen; Ilkka Juuso; William A. Jr. Kretzschmar; Tapio Seppänen

From Text to Image to Analysis: Visualization of Chinese Buddhist CanonLewis Lancaster

3.00

 

 

From Codework to Working Code: A Programmer's Approach to Digital LiteracyJohn Bork

Visualization and Analysis of Visiting Styles in 3D Virtual MuseumsKingkarn Sookhanaphibarn; Ruck Thawonmas

3.30

Break

PM 2

3.30–5.30

Poster Session 2A: Room K0.16

Poster Session 2B: Room K0.20

EVNG

Social: Barbican Centre – Conservatory

6.00–7.30

Reception & performance by Guildhall School of Music & Drama (Music: Cath Roberts Trio)

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