Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 23/Jul/2019
8:15am
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9:00am
Workshop Check-In (AM & Full day only)
Location: Duquesne University, Power Center, Sheppardson Suite
Pre-registered participants for are welcome to check in for the workshops and conference.
9:00am
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12:00pm
Workshop-AM1: AM Workshop 1
Location: Duquesne University, Union Building, Room 119
 

From Discovery to Archaeology: Working with Rare-Book MARC Records as Data

Dolsy Smith, Jennifer King, Leah Richardson

Workshop-AM2: AM Workshop 2
Location: Duquesne University, Gumberg Library, Room 408
 

Introduction to Sound Analysis

Tanya E. Clement, Brian McFee

Workshop-AM3: AM Workshop 3
Location: Duquesne University, Union Building, Room 109
 

Toward Embodied Knowledge: Observing and Notating Movement

Rommie Leigh Stalnaker, Susan Lynn Wiesner

Workshop-AM4: AM Workshop 4
Location: Duquesne University, Gumberg Library, Room 202
 

I Can Haz Consultation?: Investigating the Theory and Practice of the Digital Humanities Consultation

Jean Ann Bauer

9:00am
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3:00pm
ACH-Exec: ACH Executive Meeting
Location: Duquesne University, Power Center, Ballroom A
Chair: Vika Zafrin
Chair: Matthew Gold
Note: This meeting is for current ACH Executive Members only
Pre-Conf: Inclusive Pedagogy Pre-conference
Location: Duquesne University, Power Center, Ballroom B
The Inclusive Pedagogy Pre-Conference Workshop is sponsored by the Humanities Intensive Learning & Teaching Institute (HILT).
 

Inclusive Digital Pedagogy: Theory and Praxis

Katherine Walden, Anelise Hanson Shrout, Lisa Tagliaferri, Anne Cong-Huyen, Simon Appleford, Rebekah Walker, Danica Savonick, Tiffany Salter, Kush Patel, Joe Bauer

Workshop-Full: Full-Day Workshop
Location: Duquesne University, Power Center, Ballroom C
 

Collections as Data Jam

Nick Budak, Rebecca Koeser, Natalia Ermolaev, Abigail Potter, Meghan Ferriter, Stewart Varner, Laurie Allen, Ben Hicks, Thomas Padilla

 
12:00pm
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1:00pm
Workshop Lunch
Location: Duquesne University, Power Center, Sheppardson Suite
Workshop lunches are for registered participants of the New Scholars Seminar, the Inclusive Pedagogy Pre-Conference Workshop, the Collections as Data Jam, and the ACH Executive Meeting.
12:15pm
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1:00pm
Workshop Check-In
Location: Duquesne University, Power Center, Sheppardson Suite
Participants for afternoon workshops only are welcome to check in at this event. General conference registration is available at the Marriott City Center hotel.
1:00pm
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4:00pm
Workshop-PM1: PM Workshop 1
Location: Duquesne University, Union Building, Room 119
 

The Manifold Scholarship Platform: A Hands-On Workshop

Matthew Gold, Zach Davis, Jojo Karlin, Terence Smyre, Krystyna Michael

Workshop-PM2: PM Workshop 2
Location: Duquesne University, Union Building, Room 109
 

Emotional Labor and Digital Humanities

Laura Braunstein

1:00pm
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5:00pm
Workshop-PM3: PM Workshop 3
Location: Duquesne University, Gumberg Library, Room 408
 

Immersive Pedagogy Workshop: How to Use VR for Teaching and Learning in the Humanities Classroom

Lorena Gauthereau, Eric Kaltman, Jessica Linker, Emma Ruth Slayton, Neil Weijer, Alex Wermer-Colan, Chris Young

Workshop-PM4: PM Workshop 4
Location: Duquesne University, Gumberg Library, Room 202
 

An Intro to Music Encoding for Data Driven Scholarship

Anna E Kijas, Sarah Melton, Raffaele Viglianti

6:30pm
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9:00pm
Opening: Opening Reception
Location: The Andy Warhol Museum
This event is a reserved event. Those who have registered will be confirmed at the door of the Museum for entrance to the event. There is no on-site registration at the Warhol.
Date: Wednesday, 24/Jul/2019
8:00am
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4:00pm
Reg-1: Registration/Check-In
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
8:30am
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8:50am
Welcome: Welcome and Conference Opening
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
9:00am
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10:30am
S-A1: Session A1
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

XM<LGBT/>: Enacting the QueerOS

Abbie Levesque


Computational Methods and the Work of Care

Lauren Klein


Tejidos Autómatas: Simbología Textil Indígena Latinoamericana desde los modelos de autómatas celulares

Iván Terceros


The Ethics of (Digital Humanities) Algorithms: Toward a Code of Ethics for Algorithms in the Digital Humanities

Clifford B. Anderson

S-A2: Session A2
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

Nuances of Data: What Can DH Contribute?

Chris Alen Sula

S-A3: Session A3
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

Engaging the Archive and its Absences: Lessons From New York City’s Nineteenth-Century Spanish-Language Press

Kelley Kreitz


OpenGazAm: Digitization and Toponym Resolution for a Historical Gazetteer Of The Early Modern Americas

Rombert Stapel, Ashkan Ashkpour, Martin Reynaert


Changing Places: Using Spatio-Temporal Maps to Link Literary Texts with Movement

Anindita Basu Sempere


An Experience of Digital Landscape: Iconography, Interaction, and Immersion

Jesse Rouse

S-A4: Session A4
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

Up Close and Personal: Ethical Social Media Research in a Distant and Big Data World

Aimée Morrison, Philip Miletic, Arun Jacob, Eileen Mary Holowka, Stormy Compeán Sweitzer

S-A5: Session A5
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

Resisting Canon and Colonialism in the Digitization of "Oriental" Manuscripts

Caroline Schroeder


Visual Scripting of Craft Techniques to Create Digital Humanities Tools That Can Contribute to Design Methodology

Lisa Marks


PodcastRE - Saving and Studying New Sounds

Eric Hoyt, Jeremy Morris


Changing Lanes: A Reanimation of Shell Oil’s Carol Lane

Melissa Suzanne Dollman

9:00am
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4:00pm
Book Exhibit 1: Book Exhibit 1
Location: City Center A, Marriott City Center
Install-1: Installations
Location: Salon 6, Marriott City Center
 
10:30am
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10:45am
Break 1: Break
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
Those with Poster and Demonstration contributions should set up during this break.
10:45am
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12:15pm
Demo: Demonstration Session
Location: City Center A, Marriott City Center
 

Quick Red Flag Check Tool

Laurel Zuckerman


CoAuthOR: Collaborative Authorship with an Opinionated Robot

Cody VanZandt


The Orignal Mobile Games: Playable Game History on Mobiles

Stephen Jacobs


Fostering Open Scholarly Communities with Commons In A Box

Matthew Gold, Charlie Edwards, Jody Rosen, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Paul Schact, Kashema Hutchinson


Wikibabel: Procedural Knowledge Generation using Epistemology, Encyclopedias, and Machine Learning

Zach Coble


Adaptation, Remediation, and Interface: An update and redesign for the RICHES Mosaic Interface tool

Kirk Matthew Lundblade


Seeker: A Visual Analytic Tool for Humanities Research

Heather Corrinne Dewey, Beomjin Kim, Jeffrey Malanson, Benjamin Aeschliman


Designing an Original Video Game in Academia

Patricia Seed, Jessica Kernan


The MV Tool: Embodying Interdisciplinary Research

Jenny Oyallon-Koloski, Michael Junokas


Scholarly Publishing with Manifold

Matthew Gold, Jojo Karlin, Liz Losh, Jacque Wernimont, Carole Stabile


XR in the Digital Humanities

Micki Kaufman, Lynn Ramey


A Digital Game for a Real-World French Course

Rachel Faerber-Ovaska


The Caselaw Access Project: A Complete Data Set of United States Caselaw

Jack Cushman


The Floor Chart: A Haptic Reimagining of Nineteenth-Century Data Visualization

Courtney Allen, Sarah Schoemann, Noah Sutter, Gavin McGuire, Lauren Klein


Psychasthenia 3: Dupes

Victoria Szabo, Joyce Rudinsky


Co-creating Affect: Towards an Ontology of Joy

Nikki Stevens, Molly Morin, Liz Lessner, Jason Barrett-Fox


How to Keep Reading: An Interactive Panel on "Mediate: A Time-Based Media Annotation Tool"

Joel Burges, Emily Sherwood, Joshua Romphf, Solveiga Armoskaite, Darren Mueller, Patrick Sullivan

Poster: Poster Session
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

Novels in the News: The Reprinting of Fiction in Nineteenth-Century Newspapers

Avery Blankenship, Ryan Cordell


The Odors of Mediation: A Case Study in 3D Printing

Jeffrey Moro


Mapping an Archipelago of Influence

Corey D Clawson


From Document to Data: Prosopography and Topography in the Tax Rolls of Medieval Paris

Nathan A. Daniels


Reimagining Romance: "The Legend of Korra" Critical Fandom Practices

Cara Marta Messina


What’s in a Face? Examining Historical Trends Through the Faces of a Mass Media Publication

Kathleen Brennan, Ana Jofre, Vincent Berardi, Aisha Cornejo


Designing a Community Based Digital Archives Project and FYE Course Module

Sally A. Everson, Juliet Glenn-Callender, Levette Morris, Ohmar Morris


The Digital Studies 101 Website: Developing and Using An Un-Textbook

Lee Skallerup Bessette, Zach Whalen, Brenta Blevins


Minority Representation in the Foreign Language Classroom: Teaching Languages Through Digital Engagement

Sumor Ziva Sheppard


Creating a Spatial History of London’s Public Drinking Fountains

Lisa Spiro


Viaggio alla ricerca della conoscenza: Dalla faccetta R alle faccette R4 dei FAIR PRINCIPLES per l'identificazione del Digital Cultural Heritage

Nicola Barbuti, Stefano Ferilli


Making the Tacit Explicit in DH Projects: Generalizability, Particularity, and Sustainability

Scott Bailey, Javier de la Rosa, Glen Worthey


Topics and Terms: Differential Vocabularies in Composition/Rhetoric Doctoral Dissertations

Benjamin Miller


College Your Way: The Language of Marketing in Contemporary Commerce and Higher Education

Erik Simpson, Megan Tcheng


Towards Computational Analysis of Survivor Interviews about Holocaust and Massacre

Lu Xiao, Steven High, Liangqin Jiang, Hao Yu, Robert Mercer, Jumayel Islam, Wenchao Zhai, Jianyi Liu, Qingyao Yu, Yuyu Ko


Visualizing Uplift: Women of the Early Harlem Renaissance (1900-1922)

Amardeep Singh


Documents to Data: The Evolution of Approaches to a Library Archive

Rebecca Sutton Koeser, Rebecca Munson, Joshua Kotin, Elspeth Green


Models of Influence: Analyzing Choreography, Geography, and Reach Through the Performances of Katherine Dunham

Antonio Jimenez-Mavillard, Kate Elswit, Harmony Bench


Visualizing Citations in Digital Humanities Quarterly's Biblio

Gregory Palermo


Between Advocacy, Research, and Praxis: A Critical Reassessment of the Open Access Discourse

Setsuko Yokoyama


Limits of the Syuzhet Package and Its Lexicons

Hoyeol Kim


"Make an Idol of the Hoe": Tools in 19th-Century American Garden Literature

Emilia Anna Porubcin


Linguistic Infinitesimals

Jonathan Scott Enderle


Using Webscraper.io to Scrape Digital Humanities Websites

Michael Roth, Heather Froehlich, Cynthia Vitale


“Not Exceeding Ten Miles Square”: A History of Washington DC’s Rectangular, Nondescript, Document Boxes

Kyle Jon Bickoff


Technological Histories in Software Studies

Joshua L. Comer


Metatopics: Modeling Novels Along with Their Reviews

Kent Chang, Yuerong Hu, Ted Underwood, Jessica Witte

 
12:15pm
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1:45pm
Lunch1: Lunch Break
Those with Posters should remove their posters by 1:45. All leftover posters will be discarded.
1:45pm
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3:15pm
S-B1: Session B1
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

On Essay Games: The Diary, The Documentary, and the Satire in Independent Video Games

Nicholas O'Brien


Octodad: Dadliest Catch and Cultural Impairment Through Game Spaces

Andrea Marie Medina


Del sabor Pacífico y sus tradiciones migratorias

Alejandro Rojas


Cooking While Black: What Do Food Blogs Tell Us About Our Racist Past and Present?

Molly Mann

S-B2: Session B2
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

Expanding Communities of Practice Through Digital Humanities Research Institutes

Lisa Marie Rhody, Kalle Westerling, Rico Chapman, Andrea Davis, Dianne Fallon, Amy Gay, Daniel Johnson, Rafia Mirza, Sarah Noonan, Alicia Peaker, Rosin Torres-Medina, Jojo Karlin, Patrick Smyth, Stephen Zweibel

S-B3: Session B3
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

Minimal Computing: On the Borders of Speculative Archives

Alexander Gil, Purdom Lindblad, Toniesha Taylor, Marisa Parham, Setsuko Yokoyama

S-B4: Session B4
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

Overcoming Challenges and Breaking Down Barriers: Digital Scholarship Support Within and Beyond the University

Rachel L. Starry, Jennifer Isasi, Heidi Dodson, Chris J. Young, Alex Wermer-Colan, Emma Slayton

S-B5: Session B5
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

Exploring the Correlations Between Graphic Elements in Picasso's Poetry

Luis Meneses, José Calvo Tello, Enrique Mallen



Computational Analysis of Digitized Images from the Roman de la Rose Digital Library

Kristen Mapes


The Chinese Iconography Thesaurus: A Digital Art History Project

Hongxing Zhang, Yi-Hsin Lin, Jin Gao


Lightning Talk: A 3D Model and Exemplum of a Fifteenth-century Italo-Byzantine Reliquary

Justin Garrett Greenlee, Victoria Valdes

3:15pm
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3:30pm
Break 2: Break
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
3:30pm
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4:30pm
S-C1: Session C1
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

Infrastructure and Capacity Building for Sustainable Digital Projects

Leah Weinryb Grohsgal, Karen Cariani, Sarah Kansa, Alison Langmead, Katherine Walter, Sarah Lepinski

S-C2: Session C2
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

The Obstacles & Opportunities of Doing DH at Small Liberal Arts Colleges

Jonathan D. Fitzgerald, Deborah Breen, Mackenzie Brooks, Maria Sachiko Cecire, Nabil Kashyap, Rachel N. Schnepper, Anelise Hanson Shrout

S-C3: Session C3
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

Visual Resources to the Rescue: Supporting the Humanities with Digital Tools

Jasmine Burns, Carolyn Lucarelli, Ann Graf

S-C4: Session C4
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

The SpokenWeb: Collaborative Approaches to Literary Historical Study and Digital Development

Jason Camlot, Tanya E. Clement, Jonathan Dick, Adam Hammond, Sean Luyk

S-C5: Session C5
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

Analysis of Visual Corpora with Deep Learning

Laure Thompson, Taylor Arnold, Peter Leonard, David Mimno, Lauren Tilton

4:30pm
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4:45pm
Break 3: Break
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
4:45pm
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6:15pm
S-D1: Session D1
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

Genesis: General Education, Pedagogical Experiment, and Institutional Change

Vika Zafrin, Jason Prentice


The Risky Mediation of Archivists: Teaching DH on Digitized Archives

Jewon Woo


"So Near While Apart": Correspondence Editions as Critical Library Pedagogy and Digital Humanities Methodology

Francesca Giannetti


Lightning Talk: Centering Black DH Pedagogy in a First Year Seminar Course

Tatiana Bryant


Encoding Working Lives: Modelling an Undergraduate DH Research Project on Archival Moravian Ego-Documents

KATHERINE FAULL, Diane Jakacki, Carly Masonheimer, Jess Hom, Marleina Cohen

S-D2: Session D2
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

Designing Inclusive Information Systems: From Theory to Change

Amanda Rust, Cara Marta Messina, Dorothy Berry, Emily Drabinski, Karen Li-Lun Hwang, Raffaele Viglianti, Scott Young

S-D3: Session D3
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

EcoCritical Digital Humanities, Or How to Save the Planet

Amanda Starling Gould, Max Symuleski, Ted Dawson, Craig Dietrich, libi rose striegl

S-D4: Session D4
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

Deploying a Digital Edition Using Minimal Computing Principles

Avery Jacob Wiscomb, Steven Gotzler, Daniel Evans


Hearing Voices from the Past: Biographic Storytelling and Ethical Design Choices in Critical Making Projects

Laura Okkema


Lightning Talk: Using Smartphone Architecture as Narrative Structure. Franz Friedrich's "Zeitreiseführer"

Katharina Tiwald


SF Nexus: A Comprehensive Corpus of Speculative Fiction for Non-Consumptive Research

Rikk Mulligan, Alex Wermer-Colan

S-D5: Session D5
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

Promoting Digital Humanists: Scholarly Societies and Academic Careers

Seth Denbo, Sarah Levine, Elizabeth Losh, Tiffany Dugan

6:30pm
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8:00pm
Walking-Tour: Downtown Public Art Walking Tour with the Office of Public Art
Date: Thursday, 25/Jul/2019
8:00am
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4:00pm
Reg-2: Registration/Check-In
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
9:00am
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10:30am
S-E1: Session E1
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

What Historians Can Learn from Machine Learning and Vice Versa: The Case of the Civil Rights Movement

Nico Slate


Validating Machine Learning Systems in the Humanities: Bayesian Explorations of the Encyclopedia Britannica from 1768-2010

Aaron Mauro


AI Interpretation of Violence Against Women in 20th Century Border Fictions

Michaela Coleman, Francesca Vera


Creating Models of Influence at the Intersection of Dance and Digital Humanities: Embodied Transmission in the Performances of Katherine Dunham

Kate Elswit, Harmony Bench

S-E2: Session E2
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

The Essay that Broke the Internet

John Jones


Incels, The Red Pill, and Three Waves of the Manosphere

Chloe Perry


Engagement Through Collaboration and Digital Curation: The Headline News Project

Marietta Carr, Kim Lenahan


Webs: An Ethnography of a Wikipedia Talk Page

Jarah Moesch

S-E3: Session E3
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

Connecting the Dots: Closing Gaps & Using Collaboratively Created Cultural Heritage Data

Meghan Ferriter, Effie Kapsalis, Lauren Algee, Victoria Van Hyning

S-E4: Session E4
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

Combative Collaboration: Readers, Literary Influence, and The Little Review

William Reed Quinn


TEI, Transformation, and Text Analysis: Building a Markup-based Toolkit for Word Embedding Models

Sarah Connell


“Everyone is Gay”: The Presentation of Queer Relationships in Fanfiction

Michael Miller Yoder, Luke Breitfeller, Carolyn Penstein Rosé


Personification and the Syntax of Agency, 1600-2000

Ryan Heuser

S-E5: Session E5
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

Reading Against Models: Approaches to Algorithmic Criticism with Poetry

Lisa Marie Rhody


Twenty-First Century Taste

Tess Dorothy McNulty


Intellectual History from Below? Applying Corpus Linguistic Tools to the 19th Century British Periodical Press

Hugo Bonin


“I Am Not Enjoying This Book”: Oppositional Auto/biographical Writing in Online Infinite Jest Reading Group Blogs

Philip Miletic

9:00am
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4:00pm
Book Exhibit 2: Book Exhibit 2
Location: City Center A, Marriott City Center
Install-2: Installations
Location: Salon 6, Marriott City Center
 
10:30am
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11:00am
Break 4: Break
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
11:00am
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12:30pm
S-F1: Session F1
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

Lived Experiences: Gender and DH

Quinn Dombrowski, Jennifer Guiliano, Andie Silva, Roopika Risam, Tassie Gniady

S-F2: Session F2
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

Trans Voices of the South

Alli Crandell, Tripthi Pillai, Shonte Clement, Joshua Parsons


Telling Hampton's Stories: Design and Production of Virtual Hampton's Spatial Vignettes

Susan Jean Bergeron, Alli Crandell


Harlem in Lynchburg: Anne Spencer's House and Garden Project

Alison Booth


A Digital Intervention for Commemoration: The Atlas of Southern Memory

Caroline Klibanoff

S-F3: Session F3
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

Navigating the DH Center - Library Divide

Laurie Allen, Stewart Varner


Building Political Will for Inter-Sector Collaboration in Support of Digital Preservation

Josh Shepperd


Theorizing and Re-theorizing Collaboration in the (Digital) Humanities

Paige Morgan


Revealing Voices: Establishing Meaningful Outreach Strategies for Project Vox

Meredith Claire Graham

S-F4: Session F4
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

Mining for the Implications of the Changing Landscape of Digital Humanities Blogging

Laura Morgan Crossley


Retos en la producción de tutoriales de HD en contextos hispanohablantes

Jennifer Isasi, María José Afanador-Llach, Antonio Rojas Castro


#FemaleFollowFriday: Making Feminism Outreach’s Bitch

Vanessa Hannesschlaeger


Terms and Conditions: Examining the Role of Transparency Documentation in Humanities Data Application Development

Grace Afsari-Mamagani

S-F5: Session F5
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

The Politics of Probability and Uncertainty in the Digital Humanities and Society

Justin Joque, Theodora Dryer, Bradley Fidler, Cengiz Salman

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch2: Lunch Break
2:00pm
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3:30pm
S-G1: Session G1
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching Digital Humanities and Digital Scholarship: Common Ground and Collaborative Models for Faculty and Librarians

Helene Williams, Sarah Ketchley

S-G2: Session G2
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

Keywords in Asian/Am DH

Anne Cong-Huyen, Dhanashree Thorat, Amardeep Singh, Danielle Wong, Lia Wolock

S-G3: Session G3
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

Lightning Talk: Humanities Projects and Google Summer of Code

Patrick J Burns


On the Feedback Loop Between Digital-Pedagogy Research and Digital-Humanities Researchers in DH Tool Building Practices

Kalani Craig, Joshua Danish, Cindy Hmelo-Silver


Quantifying the Degree of Planned Obsolesce in Online Digital Humanities Projects

Luis Meneses, Jonathan Martin, Richard Furuta, Ray Siemens


Paratexts from the Early English Book Trade: A Work-in-Progress Database

Andie Silva


Jupyter Notebooks and Reproducible Research in DH

Jeri Wieringa

S-G4: Session G4
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

Transforming Archives in Indigenous Languages into Language-Learning Software

Alexa Little


Participatory Methods and Knowledge Generation to Support Decision Making under Uncertainties

Eveline Wandl-Vogt, Enric Senabre, Amelie Dorn


Digital Archives from Below: Notes from Alternative Toronto

Lilian Radovac


A Canadian Utopia: A Communal Approach to Digital Scholarship

Lydia Zvyagintseva

S-G5: Session G5
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

Topic Modeling and Textual Analysis of American Scientific Journals, 1818 – 1922

Shawn Martin


Using HathiTrust to Explore Librarianship’s Past.

Eric Novotny


Best Practices in Authorship Attribution in Greek

Sean Vinsick, David Berdik, Patrick Juola


Parallel Lines: Modeling Event Modality and the Possible Worlds of Fiction

Matthew Sims, David Bamman

3:30pm
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3:45pm
Break 5: Break
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
3:45pm
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4:45pm
S-H1: Session H1
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

DH-Mapping "Comfort Women Statues" as Transnational Dissent Opposing the Denial of War Crimes

Nan KIM


Posthumanities: Interrogating Identities in Digital Fourth-Wave Feminisms in the South

Narayanamoorthy Nanditha


Bechdel.io: The Future of Film and Feminism

Laurel Anne Carlson, Joseph Stephen Carlson

S-H2: Session H2
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

Mapping Jazz Venues in Pittsburgh’s Hill District

Marc Patti


Mashers and Street Harassment in Progressive Era Pittsburgh, 1880s to 1930s

Lauren Churilla


Building a Digital Public Space with (not for) Pittsburgh's Music Communities

Kelly Hiser, Toby Greenwalt

S-H3: Session H3
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

Ethics & Archiving the Web

Anna Perricci, Lae'l Hughes-Watkins, Monique Lassere, Muira McCammon

S-H4: Session H4
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

Critical Digital Archives

Hannah Alpert-Abrams


"We Demand Increased Exposure of All Documents": African American Student Protests and Increased Access to Archives via Digital Collections

Lauren Havens, Max Eckard, Elizabeth James, Thomas Vance


Sounding Spirit and Readux: Cultural Paratext and Augmented Facsimile in Digital Scholarly Editions

Jesse P. Karlsberg

S-H5: Session H5
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

New Horizons in Network Analysis

John Ladd, Melanie Walsh, Maeve Kane, Matthew Erlin, Matthew Lavin, Scott Weingart

5:30pm
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7:00pm
Thursday-Oakland: Thursday Night in Oakland
7:30pm
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10:00pm
Newcomer's Dinner: ACH Newcomer's Dinner
ACH Newcomer's Dinner is open to any attendee via our signup sheet. Signup will begin June 1, 2019. Attendees are expected to pay for their own meal.
Date: Friday, 26/Jul/2019
8:00am
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12:00pm
Reg-3: Registration/Check-In
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
9:00am
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10:30am
S-I1: Session I1
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

Beyond Letter Networks

Ruth Ahnert, Sebastian Ahnert


Picking Up Good Citations: Tracing Networked Ethos Across Rate Your Music

Thomas Lawson


Accounting for Taste: Scientific Print by Subscription in Restoration England

Pierce Williams


You Are What You Watch: Mapping Cultural Difference via Media Consumption

Brendan Kredell

S-I2: Session I2
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

What Do We Teach When We Teach DH Across Disciplines?

Brian Croxall, Diane Jakacki, Zach Whalen, Amanda Phillips, Angel David Nieves, Toniesha Taylor

S-I3: Session I3
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

Digital Curation for Social Justice: Strategic Approaches to Metadata as Nexus for Collaboration Between Archives and Digital Humanists

Arjun Sabharwal


As Data, As Performance: Humanities Content Twice-Behaved

Susan Garfinkel


Presence and Absence with Derived Historical Data: The Enslaved Community Owned and Sold by the Maryland Province Jesuits

Sharon Leon


What Are We Doing With Our Data?

Spencer Keralis, Elizabeth Grumbach, Sarah Potvin

S-I4: Session I4
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

The Impact of Literature on Early AI Research

Avery Jacob Wiscomb, Daniel Evans


Institutional Challenge: Text Encoding Rare 19th Century Job Printer Volume

Lisa Hermsen, Rebekah Walker


Frankenstein Variorum: Finding Insights in Comparisons

Emma Ruth Slayton, Elisa Beshero-Bondar, Jack Quirk, Scott Weingart, Avery Wiscomb


The Conglomerate Era

Dan Sinykin

S-I5: Session I5
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

The State of Digital Humanities Software Development

Matthew Lincoln, Zoe LeBlanc, Rebecca Sutton Koeser, Doug Duhaime, Jamie Folsom

9:00am
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4:00pm
Book Exhibit 3: Book Exhibit 3
Location: City Center A, Marriott City Center
Install-3: Installations
Location: Salon 6, Marriott City Center
 
10:30am
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10:45am
Break 6: Break
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
10:45am
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12:15pm
S-J1: Session J1
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

Reanimate: Recovering, Reviewing, and Redistributing Lost Intersectional Histories of Media

Carol A. Stabile, Gabriela Baeza Ventura, Adrian Driscoll, Sarah Kember, Trevor Munoz, Roopika Risam, Carolina Villarroel

S-J2: Session J2
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

Creative Capital: Collaborative Approaches to Developing and Supporting Digital Contexts for Hyperlocal Histories

Jim McGrath


Urban Panorama: t-SNE Street Feature Mapping Tool

Frederico Freitas, Todd Berreth


Slave Streets, Free Streets: Mapping the Dispossessed and Un-Addressed in Early Baltimore

Anne Sarah Rubin, Dan Bailey


Mapping City-Scale Reading Events: Geography and Sentiment of "One Book One Chicago"

Ana Lucic, Mihaela Stoica, John Shanahan

S-J3: Session J3
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

Mixed Methods Research as Storytelling with Data: Making Sociohistorical Meaning from Digital Projects

Calvin Pollak, Laura McCann, Alicia Urquidi Díaz, Timothy Brown

S-J4: Session J4
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

"Every N*gga Is A Star": The Shade Room as a Site of Black Cultural Synthesis

Ariel Elyce Stevenson


Making Up: The “Post-human” Bodies and Gender Disobeying at the Turn of the Millennium

Slavna Martinovic


Not Too Close-Teading, Not Too Distant-Reading: Mixed Methods for Social Media Analysis

Aimée Hope Morrison


Towards a Media Archaeology of The Empathy Machine from from Victorian Information Visualization to Virtual Reality

Rebecca Rouse

S-J5: Session J5
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

Print and Probability: Computer Vision Approaches to Clandestine Publication

Christopher Warren, Stephen Wittek, Dan Evans, Matthew Lincoln, Shruti Rijhwani

12:15pm
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1:40pm
ACH-AGM: ACH Annual General Meeting
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
Lunch3: Lunch Break
 
1:40pm
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2:40pm
S-K1: Session K1
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

Experiencing the Self Through Transduction, Distortion, and the Glitch

Kristen Lillvis, Steven Smith, Kristin Steele

S-K2: Session K2
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

Linking Pasts with Place Names and Gazetteers

Ruth M. Mostern, Karl Grossner, Ryan Matthew Horne, Tom Elliot, Ethan Gruber

S-K3: Session K3
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

Advancing Library Collections Data: Scholar-Applied Data Layers, Humanistic Inquiry, and Reflective Practice

Kate Joranson, Tyrica Terry Kapral

S-K4: Session K4
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

The Life of a Lab

Aaron Brenner, Sarah Connell, Jennifer Grayburn, Matthew Hannah, Brad Rittenhouse, Brandon Walsh

S-K5: Session K5
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

Named Entity Recognition in the Humanities: The Herodotos Project

Brian Daniel Joseph, Christopher Gerard Brown, Micha Elsner, Marie-Catherine de Marneffe, Alexander Erdmann, James Wolfe, Colleen Kron, William Little, Andrew Kessler, Petra Ajaka, Benjamin Allen, Yukun Feng, Morgan Amonett, Amber Huskey, Charles Woodrum


Hacking Multi-word Named Entity Recognition on HathiTrust Extracted Features Data

Patrick J Burns


Analyzing the Effectiveness of Using Character N-grams to Perform Authorship Attribution in the English Language

David Gerald Berdik

2:40pm
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2:50pm
Break 7: Break
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
2:50pm
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3:50pm
S-L1: Session L1
Location: Marquis A, Marriott City Center
 

Comics in the Archive: Digital Approaches to the April 1956 Newsstand

Daniel Worden, Rebekah Walker


Teaching the Digital Through the Ephemeral

Nora Christine Benedict


Promoting Undergraduate Research with Digital Technology

Song Chen

S-L2: Session L2
Location: Marquis B, Marriott City Center
 

Whose Infrastructure Is It, Anyway: Cross-Atlantic Collaboration with DARIAH

Zoe Borovsky, Quinn Dombrowski, Thea Lindquist, Abigail Potter, Glen Worthey

S-L3: Session L3
Location: Marquis C, Marriott City Center
 

Manos a la obra: Latinxs in Digital Humanities

Sylvia Arlene Fernández, Laura Gonzales, Joel Zapata, María Esther Hammack

S-L4: Session L4
Location: Salon 2 & 3, Marriott City Center
 

Digital Humanities and the Art Museum: Perspectives, Challenges, and Opportunities

Benjamin Zweig, Ellen Prokop, David Newbury, Jane Alexander

S-L5: Session L5
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center
 

Environmental Justice and the Digital Humanities

Jeffrey Moro, Purdom Lindblad, Gabriela Baeza Ventura, Kimberly Bain

3:50pm
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4:00pm
Break 8: Break
Location: Grand Ballroom Foyer A, Marriott City Center
4:00pm
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5:00pm
ClosingPlenary: Closing Plenary
Location: Salon 4 & 5, Marriott City Center

 
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