Digital Humanities 2010


The following papers were presented at Digital Humanities 2010 (listed alphabetically):
  1. Vanishing Point(s) and Communion
  2. The Embroidered Digital Commons: Rescension
  3. Present, Not Voting: Digital Humanities in the Panopticon
  4. To Hold Up a Mirror: Preservation and Interpretation of Performance in a Digital Age
  5. Humanities Computing in an Age of Social Change
  6. The TEI's Extramural Journal Project: Exploring New Digital Environments and Defining a New Genre in Academic Publishing
  7. The State of Non-Traditional Authorship Attribution Studies – 2010: Some Problems and Solutions
  8. Modes of Seeing: Case Studies on the Use of Digitized Photographic Archives
  9. Entropy and Divergence in a Modern Fiction Corpus
  10. The Diary of a Public Man: A Case Study in Traditional and Non-Traditional Authorship Attribution
  11. TEI P5 as a Text Encoding Standard for Multilevel Corpus Annotation
  12. Pointless Babble or Enabled Backchannel: Conference Use of Twitter by Digital Humanists
  13. A Tale of Two Cities: Implications of the Similarities and Differences in Collaborative Approaches within the Digital Libraries and Digital Humanities Communities
  14. Developing a Collaborative Online Environment for History – the Experience of British History Online
  15. The Specimen Case and the Garden: Preserving Complex Digital Objects, Sustaining Digital Projects
  16. Finding Stories in the Archive through Paragraph Alignment
  17. Naming the unnamed, speaking the unspoken, depicting the undepicted: The Australian Women’s Register story
  18. Detection of Citations and Textual Reuse on Ancient Greek Texts and its Applications in the Classical Studies: eAQUA Project
  19. Visualization and Analysis of Visiting Styles in 3D Virtual Museums
  20. Teasing Out Authorship and Style with T-tests and Zeta
  21. Two representations of the semantics of TEI Lite
  22. From Text to Image to Analysis: Visualization of Chinese Buddhist Canon
  23. GIS, Texts and Images: New approaches to landscape appreciation in the Lake District
  24. Any more Bids?": Automatic Processing and Segmentation of Auction Catalogs"
  25. The ecology of longevity: the relevance of evolutionary theory for digital preservation
  26. Objective Detection of Plautus' Rules by Computer Support
  27. Deeper Delta Across Genres and Languages: Do We Really Need the Most Frequent Words?
  28. Using the Universal Similarity Metric to Map Correspondences between Witnesses
  29. Digital Mediation of Modernist Literary Texts and their Documents
  30. Letters, Ideas and Information Technology: Using digital corpora of letters to disclose the circulation of knowledge in the 17th century
  31. Mandoku – An Incubator for Premodern Chinese Texts – or How to Get the Text We Want: An Inquiry into the Ideal Workflow
  32. e-Vocative Cases: Digitality and Direct Address
  33. Capturing Visitor Experiences for Study and Preservation
  34. The Graceful Degradation Survey: Managing Digital Humanities Projects Through Times of Transition and Decline
  35. A corpus approach to cultural keywords: a critical corpus-based analysis of ideology in the Blair years (1998-2007) through print news reporting
  36. Codifica digitale e semiotica della cultura: un esperimento
  37. Towards Hermeneutic Markup: An architectural outline
  38. Does Size Matter? Authorship Attribution, Small Samples, Big Problem
  39. Thinking Archivally: Search and Metadata as Building Blocks for a New Digital Historiography
  40. Non-traditional Prosodic Features for Automated Phrase-Break Prediction
  41. Using ODD for Multi-purpose TEI Documentation
  42. Digital Humanities Internships: Creating a Model iSchool-Digital Humanities Center Partnership
  43. The Modern Art Iraq Archive (MAIA): Web tools for Documenting, Sharing and Enriching Iraqi Artistic Expressions
  44. Authorship Discontinuities of El Ingenioso Hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha as detected by Mixture-of-Experts
  45. Challenges of Linking Digital Heritage Scientific Data with Scholarly Research: From Navigation to Politics
  46. Semantic Cartography: Using RDF/OWL to Build Adaptable Tools for Text Exploration
  47. “Quivering Web of Living Thought”: Mapping the Conceptual Networks of Swinburne's Songs of the Springtides
  48. How Do You Visualize a Million Links?
  49. Towards a Computational Narration of Inner World
  50. Contexts, Narratives, and Interactive Visual Analysis of Names in the Japanese Hyohanki Diary
  51. Reading Darwin Between the Lines: A Computer-Assisted Analysis of the Concept of Evolution in The Origin of Species
  52. LAP, LICHEN, and DASS – Experiences combining data and tools
  53. Queste del Saint Graal: Textometry Platform on the Service of a Scholarly Edition
  54. Quelques réflexions sur l’effet propédeutique des catalogues des collections des musées en ligne
  55. Re-linking a Dictionary Universe or the Meta-dictionary Ten Years Later
  56. Mapping the World of an Ancient Greek Historian: The HESTIA Project
  57. Unfolding History with the Help of the GIS Technology: a Scholar-Librarian Quest for Creating Digital Collections
  58. Digitizing the Act of Papyrological Interpretation: Negotiating Spurious Exactitude and Genuine Uncertainty
  59. Digital Libraries of Scholarly Editions
  60. Works, Documents, Texts and Related Resources for Everyone
  61. A Data Model for Digital Musicology and its Current State – The Music Encoding Initiative
  62. The Social Lives of Books: Mapping the Ideational Networks of Toni Morrison
  63. Character Encoding and Digital Humanities in 2010 – An Insider's View
  64. Open vs. Closed: Changing the Culture of Peer Review
  65. Joanna Baillie’s Witchcraft: from Hypermedia Edition to Resonant Responses
  66. A New Digital Method for a New Literary Problem: A Proposed Methodology for Bridging the Generalist" - "Specialist" Divide in the Study of World Literature"
  67. Digital Resources for Art-Historical Research: Critical Approach
  68. No Representation Without Taxonomies: Specifying Senses of Key Terms in Digital Humanities
  69. Crossing the Boundary: Exploring the Educational Potential of Social Networking Sites
  70. From Codework to Working Code: A Programmer's Approach to Digital Literacy
  71. The Open Annotation Collaboration: A Data Model to Support Sharing and Interoperability of Scholarly Annotations
  72. Building Dynamic Image Collections from Internet
  73. WW1 and WW2 on a Specialist E-forum. Applying Corpus Tools to the Study of Evaluative Language
  74. Using Wikipedia to Enable Entity Retrieval and Visualization Concerning the Intellectual/Cultural Heritage
  75. Litmap": Networked Narratives"
  76. “It’s Volatile”: Standards-Based Research & Research-Based Standards Development
  77. Xiakou: A Case Study in Digital Ethnography
  78. Reimagining the Dictionary, or Why Lexicography Needs Digital Humanities
  79. A Day in the Life of Digital Humanities
  80. A Digital Archive of Buddhist Temple Gazetteers
  81. National Digital Library of Finland: Putting the Resources of Culture, Science and Teaching at Everyone's Fingertips
  82. Creative Engagement with Creative Works: a New Paradigm for Collaboration
  83. LogiLogi: The Quest for Critical Mass
  84. An Approach to Ancient-to-modern and Cross-script Information Access for Traditional Mongolian Historical Collections
  85. The MLCD Overlap Corpus (MOC)
  86. Text Encoding and Ontology – Enlarging an Ontology by Semi-Automatic Generated Instances
  87. The Digital Ark: From Taxonomy to Ontology in 17th-century Collections of Curiosities
  88. The Craig Zeta Spreadsheet
  89. Inventing the Map:" from 19th-century Pedagogical Practice to 21st-century Geospatial Scholarship"
  90. Distant Reading and Mapping Genre Space via Conjecture-based Distance Measures
  91. Evidence of Intertextuality: Investigating Paul the Deacon’s Angustae Vitae
  92. Psycholinguistically Plausible Events and Authorship Attribution
  93. The Person Data Repository
  94. Knowledge and Conservation - Creating the Digital Library of New Hispanic Thought
  95. Historical Interpretation through Multiple Markup: The Case of Horatio Nelson Taft's Diary, 1861-62
  96. The Dickens Lexicon and its Practical Use for Linguistic Research
  97. Extracting domain knowledge from tables of contents
  98. Delivering virtual reality: a proposal for facilitating pedagogical use of three-dimensional computer models of historic urban environments
  99. Museums of the virtual future
  100. Digital Forensics, Textual Criticism, and the Born Digital Musical
  101. An Inter-Disciplinary Approach to Web Programming: A Collaboration Between the University Archives and the Department of Computer Science
  102. Propp Revisited: Integration of Linguistic Markup into Structured Content Descriptors of Tales
  103. Digitizing Ephemera and Parsing an 1862 European Itinerary
  104. Preparing the DARIAH e-Infrastructure
  105. An Open Source Toolkit for Flexible Browsing of Historical Maps on the Web
  106. A Bilingual Digital Edition of Trinity College Cambridge MS O.1.77.
  107. A New Spatial Analysis of the Early Chesapeake Architecture
  108. A Platform for Cultural Information Visualization Using Schematic Expressions of Cube
  109. Generation of Emotional Dance Motion for Virtual Dance Collaboration System
  110. Text-Image linking of Japanese historical documents: Sharing and exchanging data by using text-embedded image file
  111. Structured and Unstructured: Extracting Information from Classics Scholarly Texts
  112. Diple, modular methodology and tools for heterogeneous TEI corpora
  113. Discursive Metadata and Controlled Vocabularies
  114. Critical Editing of Music in the Digital Medium: an Experiment in MEI
  115. Supporting User Search for Discovering Collections of Interest
  116. “You don't have to be famous for your life to be history”: The Dusenbery Journal and img2xml
  117. Dingler-Online – The Digitized Polytechnisches Journal" on Goobi Digitization Suite"
  118. Citation Rhetoric Examined
  119. Software Demonstration, “Emergent Time” timeline tool
  120. Original, Translation, Inflation. Are All Translations Longer than Their Originals?
  121. Cultures of Knowledge: An Intellectual Geography of the Seventeenth-Century Republic Letters
  122. The Importance of Pedagogy: Towards a Companion to Teaching Digital Humanities
  123. Literary Theory and Theatre Practice: A Comparative Study of Watching the Script and the Simulated Environment for Theatre
  124. Towards Digital Built Environment Studies: An Interface Design for the Study of Medieval Delhi
  125. Putting Edmonton on the (Google) Map
  126. Building the Humanities Lab: Scholarly Practices in Virtual Research Environments
  127. Coalition of Humanities and Arts Infrastructures and Networks - CHAIN
  128. Understanding the 'Capacity' of the Digital Humanities: The Canadian Experience, Generalised

The following people were involved in Digital Humanities 2010: Saleem Al-Bahloly, Robert Allen, Kshitiz Anand, Deborah Anderson, Sheila Anderson, Smiljana Antonijevic, Jeffery Antoniuk, Andrew Ashton, Sofia J. Athenikos, Eric Atwell, Elton Barker, Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Michael Bauer, Syd Bauman, Piotr Bański, Jennifer Berberich, Stefan Beyer, Marcus Bingenheimer, Jonathan Blaney, Tobias Blanke, Judith Blumenstein, John Bodel, David Bodenhamer, Kirsti Bohata, John Bork, Erik-Jan Bos, Matt Bouchard, Stefan Bouzarovski, Claire Brierley, James Brown, Susan Brown, George Buchanan, Janet Marie Bunde, John Burns, Mark Byron, Marco Büchler, Olivier Canteaut, Ele Carpenter, Paul Caton, Hugh Cayless, Jean-François Chartier, Guillermo Chávez, Tim Cole, Paul Conway, Christopher Coufal, Hugh Craig, Tom C. Crochunis, Daniel W. Crofts, Richard Cunningham, Sándor Darányi, Thierry Declerck, Hugh Denard, Shawn DeSouza-Coelho, Marcus Deufert, Teresa M. Dobson, Helen Dodd, Peter Doorn, Wendy Duff, Stuart Dunn, Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Thomas Eckart, Kevin Eckhardt, Maciej Eder, Deena Engel, Maureen Engel, Maria Esteva, Joanne Evans, Edward Finn, Domenico Fiormonte, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Julia Flanders, John Flower, Pin Sym Foong, C. W. Forstall, Neil Fraistat, Fenella G. France, Scott Friedman, Liuliu Fu, Sandra Gabriele, Isabel Galina, Liliane Gallet-Blanchard, Patricia Galloway, Susan Garfinkel, Annette Geßner, Frédéric Glorieux, Nicolas Gold, Wayne Graham, Ian Gregory, Laura Guadalupi, Georgina Guy, Eric F. Hansen, Eric Andrew Haswell, Jurretta Jordan Heckscher, Nikki Henningham, Charles J. Henry, Charles van den Heuvel, Gerhard Heyer, Brett D. Hirsch, David I. Holmes, Martin Holmes, Alpo Honkapohja, Wally Hooper, David L. Hoover, Masahiro Hori, Howard Hotson, Sonia Howell, Marius Hug, Barbara Hui, Claus Huitfeldt, Jen-jou Hung, Jane Hunter, Osamu Imahayashi, Mitsuyuki Inaba, Leif Isaksen, S.L. Jacobson, Fotis Jannidis, Neil Jefferies, Lesley Jeffries, Vincent Jolivet, Steven E. Jones, Patrick Juola, Ilkka Juuso, Chad Kainz, Ranaweeram Kamal, Sarah Whitcher Kansa, Taylor, Karen, Christian Kassung, Heli Kautonen, John G. Keating, Margaret Kelleher, Johannes Kepper, Hussein Keshani, Garmaabazar Khaltarkhuu, Fuminori Kimura, Annemarie Kong, Hachimura Kozaburo, Kari Kraus, Steven Krauwer, William A. Jr. Kretzschmar, Fabian Körner, David Lam, Lewis Lancaster, Anouk Lang, Alexei Lavrentiev, Piroska Lendvai, Pamela Leonard, Clare Llewellyn, Henning Lobin, Shannon Lucky, Harald Lüngen, Akira Maeda, Michael Takeo Magruder, Scott Malec, Kurt Maly, Yves Marcoux, Marie-Madeleine Martinet, Worthy Martin, Alí Martínez, Megan Meredith-Lobay, Federico Meschini, Jean-Guy Meunier, Sebastian Meyer, Elise Moore, Helen Morgan, Elli Mylonas, Brent Nelson, Miyuki Nishio, Bethany Nowviskie, Shin Ohno, Takaaki Okamoto, Rodriguez, Omar, Lisa Lena Opas-Hänninen, Christian-Emil Ore, Espen S. Ore, Peter Organisciak, Nuria Rodríguez Ortega, Nicolas Payette, Chris Pelling, Wendell Piez, Dot Porter, Ernesto Priani, Adam Przepiórkowski, Joe Raben, Milena Radzikowska, Vignesh Ramesh, Dean Rehberger, Doug Reside, Jennifer Roberts-Smith, David Robey, Peter Robinson, Geoffrey Rockwell, Torsten Roeder, Matteo Romanello, Dirk Roorda, Claire Ross, Joseph Rudman, Stan Ruecker, Jan Rybicki, Jon Sachs, Tapani Sainio, Maxime B. Sainte-Marie, Shinya Saito, Robert Sanderson, W. J Scheirer, Stephanie A. Schlitz, Melanie Schlosser, Tsuruta Seiya, Tapio Seppänen, Heiden Serge, Nada Shabout, Peter Shillingsburg, Harold Short, Lynne Siemens, Ray Siemens, Stéfan Sinclair, Natasha Smith, Lisa M. Snyder, Małgorzata Sokół, Herbert Van de Sompel, Kingkarn Sookhanaphibarn, C. M. Sperberg-McQueen, Joshua Sternfeld, Zephorene L. Stickney, Lisa Swanstrom, Tomoji Tabata, Ségolène M. Tarte, Toma Tasovac, Melissa Terras, Ruck Thawonmas, George K. Thiruvathukal, Meagan Timney, Alejandro Toledo, Kathryn Tomasek, Michael B. Toth, Andreas Trebesius, Whitney Trettien, H. Lewis Ulman, Mikael Vakkari, Raffaele Viglianti, Brian David Walker, Niels-Oliver Walkowski, John A. Walsh, Katherine Walter, Claire Warwick, Corinne Welger-Barboza, Anne Welsh, Heidi Wendts, Kris West, Anne Whisnant, Wybo Wiersma, Christian Wittern, Choi Woong, Harris Wu, Martin Wynne, Weijia Xu, Adrien Yepdieu, Christopher York, Terence Yung, Jichen Zhu, Mohammad Zubair, Joris van Zundert, Heather Zwicker, Amélie Zöllner-Weber

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