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: Thursday 08 July

Time

Safra Theatre

S-2.08

K.2.40

S-3.20

AM 1

Panel

TEI (Chair: John Lavagnino)

Visual Art (Chair: Jean Anderson)

Stylometry (Chair: Joe Rudman)

9.00

Building the Humanities Lab: Scholarly Practices in Virtual Research EnvironmentsCharles van den Heuvel; Smiljana Antonijevic; Tobias Blanke; David Bodenhamer; Fotis Jannidis; Bethany Nowviskie; Geoffrey Rockwell; Joris van Zundert

Using ODD for Multi-purpose TEI DocumentationJulia Flanders; Syd Bauman

The Modern Art Iraq Archive (MAIA): Web tools for Documenting, Sharing and Enriching Iraqi Artistic ExpressionsSarah Whitcher Kansa; Nada Shabout; Saleem Al-Bahloly

Distant Reading and Mapping Genre Space via Conjecture-based Distance MeasuresPatrick Juola

9.30

The TEI's Extramural Journal Project: Exploring New Digital Environments and Defining a New Genre in Academic PublishingStephanie A. Schlitz

Building Dynamic Image Collections from InternetLiuliu Fu; Kurt Maly; Harris Wu; Mohammad Zubair

Deeper Delta Across Genres and Languages: Do We Really Need the Most Frequent Words?Jan Rybicki; Maciej Eder

10.00

Two representations of the semantics of TEI LiteC. M. Sperberg-McQueen; Yves Marcoux; Claus Huitfeldt

The Diary of a Public Man: A Case Study in Traditional and Non-Traditional Authorship AttributionDavid I. Holmes; Daniel W. Crofts

10.30

Break

Time

Safra Theatre

S-2.08

K.2.40

S-3.20

AM 2

Panel

Visual Art/Visualization (Chair: Charles van den Heuvel)

TEI (Chair: Paul Spence)

Stylometry (Chair: Jan Rybicki)

11.00

Born Digital: The 21st Century Archive in Practice and TheoryGabriela Redwine; Matthew Kirschenbaum; Michael Olson; Erika Farr

Digital Resources for Art-Historical Research: Critical ApproachNuria Rodríguez Ortega

TEI P5 as a Text Encoding Standard for Multilevel Corpus AnnotationPiotr Bański; Adam Przepiórkowski

Entropy and Divergence in a Modern Fiction CorpusHugh Craig

11.30

Contexts, Narratives, and Interactive Visual Analysis of Names in the Japanese Hyohanki DiaryAlejandro Toledo; Ruck Thawonmas

“It’s Volatile”: Standards-Based Research & Research-Based Standards DevelopmentJohn A. Walsh; Wally Hooper

Teasing Out Authorship and Style with T-tests and ZetaDavid L. Hoover

12.00

Modes of Seeing: Case Studies on the Use of Digitized Photographic ArchivesPaul Conway

Character Encoding and Digital Humanities in 2010 – An Insider's ViewDeborah Anderson

Using the Universal Similarity Metric to Map Correspondences between WitnessesMartin Holmes

12.30

Lunch / ALLC AGM general meeting – Room: K2.40 || 1.00 pm: SDH-SEMI general meeting – Room: Safra Lecture Theatre

Time

Safra Theatre

S-2.08

K.2.40

S-3.20

PM 1

Panel

Stylometry (Chair: David Hoover)

Classics (Chair: Espen Ore)

Archives (Chair: Melissa Terras)

2.00

Digital Literacy for the Dumbest Generation - Digital Humanities Programs 2010Tanya Clement; Fotis Jannidis; Willard McCarty

Authorship Discontinuities of El Ingenioso Hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha as detected by Mixture-of-ExpertsChristopher Coufal; Patrick Juola

Objective Detection of Plautus' Rules by Computer SupportMarcus Deufert; Judith Blumenstein; Andreas Trebesius; Stefan Beyer; Marco Büchler

The ecology of longevity: the relevance of evolutionary theory for digital preservationPeter Doorn; Dirk Roorda

2.30

Finding Stories in the Archive through Paragraph AlignmentMaria Esteva; Weijia Xu

Digitizing the Act of Papyrological Interpretation: Negotiating Spurious Exactitude and Genuine UncertaintySégolène M. Tarte

The Specimen Case and the Garden: Preserving Complex Digital Objects, Sustaining Digital ProjectsMelanie Schlosser; H. Lewis Ulman

3.00

WW1 and WW2 on a Specialist E-forum. Applying Corpus Tools to the Study of Evaluative LanguageMałgorzata Sokół

Mandoku – An Incubator for Premodern Chinese Texts – or How to Get the Text We Want: An Inquiry into the Ideal WorkflowChristian Wittern

Digital Libraries of Scholarly EditionsGeorge Buchanan; Kirsti Bohata

3.30

Break

PM 2

3.30–5.30

Poster Session 1A: Room K0.16

Poster Session 1B: Room K0.20

EVNG

Busa Award & Lecture: Safra Lecture Theatre + K-1.14

6.00–7.00

Roberto Busa Award & Lecture: Professor Emeritus Joseph Raben – Humanities Computing in an Age of Social Change

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