DHCS 2012 Program

Saturday, 17 November 2012

Time Title/Description Category
15:00
to
18:00
Meet and Greet
Registration
Help with Local Dining, etc.
SOCIAL

Sunday, 18 November 2012

Time Title/Description Category
8:00 Continental Breakfast SOCIAL
9:00 Opening Remarks by Ian Foster TALK
Theme: Network Analysis
9:15 Diane Cline
The Social Network of Alexander The Great
PAPER
9:35 Hoyt Long
Network Analysis and Literary History: Making Social Sense of Bibliographic Metadata
PAPER
9:55 Ryan Cordell and David Smith
Uncovering Reprinting Networks in Nineteenth-Century American Newspapers
PAPER
10:15 Q & A
10:35 Poster & Technology Demonstrations POSTER
11:50 Lunch Break SOCIAL
Keynote Address
13:15 Martin Mueller
Big Data in the Humanities: Curation, Exploration, Collaboration
INVITED TALK
Afternoon Session
14:15 Miller Prosser
The OCHRE Database, a Warehouse for Big Data Generated by Archaeological and Philological Projects at the Oriental Institute
PAPER
14:35 André Brock
Critical Social Informatics and/as Digital Humanities
PAPER
14:55 Simon Appleford and Jason Thatcher
Social Media as Big Data: Visualizing the 2012 Election as a Case Study for the Humanities
PAPER
15:15 Q & A
15:35 Coffee Break SOCIAL
Theme: Locative & Spatial Technology
15:50 Dan Bonenberger and Trevor Harris
Placing Virtual Heritage: Cultural Heritage, Serious Games, and Spatial Storytelling
PAPER
16:10 James Coltrain
New Possibilities for 3D Historical Reconstructions Using Web Browser Game Engines for Real-Time Display
PAPER
16:30 Patrick Jagoda
Speculat1on: Alternate Reality Games and Spatial Storytelling
PAPER
16:50 Q & A
Theme: Text Mining
17:10 Graham Sack, Daniel Wu & Benji Zusman
Simulating the Cultural Evolution of Literary Genres
PAPER
17:30 Mark Wolff
Surveying a Corpus with Alignment Visualization and Topic Modeling
PAPER
17:50 Richard Whaling, Clovis Gladstone & Tim Allen
PhiloLogic4: an Abstract TEI Query Library
PAPER
18:10 Q & A

Monday, 19 November 2012

Time Title/Description Category
8:00 Continental Breakfast/Coffee SOCIAL
9:00 Opening Remarks by Martha T. Roth TALK
Theme: Text Mining
9:15 Patrick Juola
Using the Google Ngram Corpus to Measure Dialectical and Cultural Differences
PAPER
9:35 James Evans and Peter McMahan
Ambiguity Drives Intellectual Engagement
PAPER
9:55 Damir Ćavar and Małgosia Ćavar
Bootstrapping large text corpora with TEI XML markup and linguistic annotation
PAPER
10:15 Q & A
10:35 Poster & Technology Demonstrations POSTER
Theme: Visualization
11:35 Catherine Coleman
Building Visual Tools for Qualitative Research with Big Data
PAPER
11:55 David Staley
Reading big data as a humanist: Data visualization, visual hermeneutics and “things to think with”
12:15 Kurt Fendt, Jia Zhang, Jeffrey Ravel
Visualizing Centuries: Deep insights into cultural production before the French Revolution
PAPER
12:35 Q & A
12:55 Closing Remarks/Adjournment

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