Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Date: Wednesday, 24/Jul/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
#SA1: Embodied Data Paper Session 1
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Quinn Dombrowski
 

XM<LGBT/>: Enacting the QueerOS

Abbie Levesque



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

1:45pm
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3:15pm
#SB3: Minimal Computing Roundtable
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Purdom Lindblad
 

Minimal Computing: On the Borders of Speculative Archives

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

3:30pm
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4:30pm
#SC2: DH at SLACs Roundtable
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Jonathan David Fitzgerald
 

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

4:45pm
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6:15pm
#SD2: Designing Inclusive Information Systems Roundtable
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Cara Marta Messina
 

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

Date: Thursday, 25/Jul/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
#SE5: Digital Reading Paper Session
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Ryan Cordell
 

Reading Against Models: Approaches to Algorithmic Criticism with Poetry

Lisa Marie Rhody



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

11:00am
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12:30pm
#SF5: The Politics of Probability Panel
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Justin Joque
 

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

Justin Joque, Theodora Dryer, Bradley Fidler, Cengiz Salman

2:00pm
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3:30pm
#SG5: Quantitative Textual Analysis Paper Session 1
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Heather Froehlich
 

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

Date: Friday, 26/Jul/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
#SI3: Embodied Data Paper Session 3
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Heather Froehlich
 

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

10:45am
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12:15pm
#SJ4: New Media Paper Session 2
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Caroline Schroeder
 

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

1:40pm
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2:40pm
#SK5: Quantitative Textual Analysis Paper Session 2
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Patrick Juola
 

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

2:50pm
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3:50pm
#SL5: Environmental Justice and the Digital Humanities Roundtable
Location: Salons 4 & 5, Grand Ballroom, Marriott City Center
Chair: Jeffrey Moro
 

Environmental Justice and the Digital Humanities

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


 
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