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: Saturday 10 July

Time

Safra Theatre

S-2.08

K.2.40

K.2.31

AM 1

Panel

Geography (Chair: Elli Mylonas)

Museums (Chair: Brent Nelson)

Innovative Presentation (Chair: Claire Warwick)

9.00

Computational approaches to textual variation in medieval literatureKarina van Dalen-Oskam; Jacob Thaisen; Mike Kestemont

Unfolding History with the Help of the GIS Technology: a Scholar-Librarian Quest for Creating Digital CollectionsNatasha Smith; Robert Allen; Anne Whisnant; Kevin Eckhardt; Elise Moore

Quelques réflexions sur l’effet propédeutique des catalogues des collections des musées en ligneCorinne Welger-Barboza

Xiakou: A Case Study in Digital EthnographyJohn Flower; Pamela Leonard; Worthy Martin

9.30

 

GIS, Texts and Images: New approaches to landscape appreciation in the Lake DistrictIan Gregory

"Any more Bids?": Automatic Processing and Segmentation of Auction CatalogsKris West; Clare Llewellyn; John Burns

Naming the unnamed, speaking the unspoken, depicting the undepicted: The Australian Women’s Register storyJoanne Evans; Helen Morgan; Nikki Henningham

10.00

 

Mapping the World of an Ancient Greek Historian: The HESTIA ProjectElton Barker; Chris Pelling; Stefan Bouzarovski; Leif Isaksen

Capturing Visitor Experiences for Study and PreservationGeorgina Guy; Stuart Dunn; Nicolas Gold

Joanna Baillie’s Witchcraft: from Hypermedia Edition to Resonant ResponsesMichael Eberle-Sinatra; Tom C. Crochunis; Jon Sachs

10.30

Break

Time

Safra Theatre

S-2.08

K.2.40

K.2.31

AM 2

Panel

Professional Reflection (Chair: Arianna Ciula)

Dictionaries (Chair: Elisabeth Burr)

Literature (Chair: Karina van Dalen-Oskam)

11.00

Networks of Stories, Structures and Digital HumanitiesAlmila Akdag Salah; Wouter De Nooy; Zoe Borovsky

Pointless Babble or Enabled Backchannel: Conference Use of Twitter by Digital HumanistsClaire Ross; Melissa Terras; Claire Warwick; Anne Welsh

Reimagining the Dictionary, or Why Lexicography Needs Digital HumanitiesToma Tasovac

Towards a Computational Narration of Inner WorldJichen Zhu

11.30

 

Open vs. Closed: Changing the Culture of Peer ReviewKathleen Fitzpatrick

Re-linking a Dictionary Universe or the Meta-dictionary Ten Years LaterChristian-Emil Ore; Espen S. Ore

The Social Lives of Books: Mapping the Ideational Networks of Toni MorrisonEdward Finn

12.0

 

A Day in the Life of Digital HumanitiesGeoffrey Rockwell; Stan Ruecker; Peter Organisciak; Megan Meredith-Lobay; Ranaweeram Kamal; Stéfan Sinclair

No Representation Without Taxonomies: Specifying Senses of Key Terms in Digital HumanitiesPaul Caton

A New Digital Method for a New Literary Problem: A Proposed Methodology for Briding the "Generalist" - "Specialist" Divide in the Study of World LiteratureSonia Howell; John G. Keating; Margaret Kelleher

12.30

Lunch / 1.00 pm: CenterNet general meeting – Room: Safra Lecture Theatre

Time

Safra Theatre

S-2.08

K.2.40

K.2.31

PM 1

History (Chair: Lisa Lena Opas-Hanninem)

Panel

Panel

Encodings (Chair: Michael Sperberg-McQueen)

2.00

Developing a Collaborative Online Environment for History – the Experience of British History OnlineJonathan Blaney

The Origins and Current State of Digitization of Humanities in JapanA. Charles Muller; Kōzaburō Hachimura; Shoichiro Hara; Toshinobu Ogiso; Mitsuru Aida; Koichi Yasuoka; Ryo Akama; Masahiro Shimoda; Tomoji Tabata; Kiyonori Nagasaki

Standards, Specifications, and Paradigms for Customized Video PlaybackJarom Lyle McDonald; Alan K. Melby; Harold Hendricks

A Data Model for Digital Musicology and its Current State – The Music Encoding InitiativeJohannes Kepper

2.30

Reading Darwin Between the Lines: A Computer-Assisted Analysis of the Concept of Evolution in The Origin of SpeciesMaxime B. Sainte-Marie; Jean-Guy Meunier; Nicolas Payette; Jean-François Chartier

 

 

Codifica digitale e semiotica della cultura: un esperimentoDomenico Fiormonte; Laura Guadalupi

3.00

Letters, Ideas and Information Technology: Using digital corpora of letters to disclose the circulation of knowledge in the 17th centuryDirk Roorda; Erik-Jan Bos; Charles van den Heuvel

 

 

The State of Non-Traditional Authorship Attribution Studies – 2010: Some Problems and SolutionsJoseph Rudman

3.30

Break

PM 2

Plenary: Safra Lecture Theatre + K-1.14

4.00

Melissa Terras – Present, Not Voting: Digital Humanities in the Panopticon

5.00

Closing ceremony

EVNG

Social: Lincoln's Inn Great Hall & Terrace

6.00

Reception: Terrace

7.30

Conference Dinner: Great Hall – After Dinner Music: Harmaphrodite – Vocal Octet

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