Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 27/May/2024
12:00pm
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12:30pm
Arrival
Location: Skriða [1st floor]
12:30pm
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2:30pm
WS1-1: SSH Open Marketplace
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Edward Joseph Gray, DARIAH-EU / IR* Huma-Num, France
 

SSH Open Marketplace

Edward Joseph Gray

DARIAH-EU / IR* Huma-Num

2:30pm
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3:00pm
Break
Location: Háma
Date: Tuesday, 28/May/2024
8:00am
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8:30am
Arrival & registration
Location: Skriða [1st floor]
8:30am
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10:00am
WS3-1: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (DHSS)
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Koraljka Golub, Linnaeus University, Sweden

8.00-8.30 Coffee and registration
8.30-8.45 Welcome and introductions 
8.45-9.10 Eetu Mäkelä: Computational Humanities in the upcoming Helsinki Liberal Arts and Sciences Bachelor's
9.10-9.35 Olle Skölld: Digital Humanities Master Program at Uppsala University   
9.35-10.00 Koraljka Golub: Digital Humanities Master Program at Linnaeus University
 
10.30-12.00 Coffee break
 
10.30-10.55 Anda Baklāne: Baltic Summer School of Digital Humanities: Towards Collaborative Learning 
10.55-11.20 Marianne Ping Huang: On Social Justice and Decoloniality in Digital Humanities. Perspectives from new #dariahTeach course 
11.20-12.00 Koraljka Golub, Marianne Ping Huang and Ahmad Kamal: DARIAH platforms for open educational resources – an overview and future goals 
 
12.00-13.00 Lunch break
 
13.00-14.00 Discussion on micro-credentials and up/re-skilling initiatives; alumni and other topics of interest

More information: https://lnu.se/en/research/research-groups/digital-humanities/workshop-reykjavik-2024/.

 

Higher Education in Digital Humanities and Social Sciences (DHSS)

Koraljka Golub1, Isto Huvila2, Jonas Ingvarsson3, Ahmad Kamal1, Marianne Ping Huang4, Olle Sköld2, Mikko Tolonen5

1: Linnaeus University, Sweden; 2: Uppsala University, Sweden; 3: University of Gothenburg; 4: Aarhus University; 5: University of Helsinki

WS4-1: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (SOLRWAYBACK)
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Anders Klindt Myrvoll, Royal Danish Library, Denmark
Chair: Jon Carlstedt Tønnessen, National Library of Norway, Norway
 

SolrWayback as a search & discovery tool for researchers to work with web archive collections

Jon Carlstedt Tønnessen1, Anders Klindt Myrvoll2

1: National Library of Norway; 2: Royal Danish Library

TUTORIAL1-1: HALF-DAY TUTORIAL (INTERACTIVE VISUALISATION)
Location: K-207 [2nd floor]
 

Interactive visualisation of GLAM+ data

Lena Krause1,2

1: Maison MONA; 2: Université de Montréal

WS2-1: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (DiPaDA 2024)
Location: K-208 [2nd floor]
Chair: Mats Fridlund, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Sweden
Chair: Matti La Mela, Uppsala University, Sweden

Full programme at: https://dhnb.eu/conferences/dhnb2024/workshops/dipada/

09:00-09:10 Welcoming (Organizing Committee)

09:10-09:30 Transcriber effects in the Icelandic parliament corpus (Anton Karl Ingason, Lilja Björk Stefánsdóttir)

09:30-10:00 Augmenting the Analysis of Political Discourse: A Word Embedding and Context-sensitive Methodological Approach to the Swedish Parliamentary Corpus (Lejf-Jöran Olson, Daniel Brodén, Mats Fridlund, Magnus P. Ängsal, Patrik Öhberg)

 

Transcriber effects in the Icelandic parliament corpus

Anton Karl Ingason, Lilja Björk Stefánsdóttir

University of Iceland, Iceland



Augmenting the Analysis of Political Discourse: A Word Embedding and Context-sensitive Methodological Approach to the Swedish Parliamentary Corpus

Leif-Jöran Olsson, Daniel Brodén, Mats Fridlund, Magnus P. Ängsal, Patrik Öhberg

University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Sweden

10:00am
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10:30am
Break
Location: Háma
10:30am
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12:00pm
WS3-2: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (DHSS)
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Koraljka Golub, Linnaeus University, Sweden
WS4-2: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (SOLRWAYBACK)
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Anders Klindt Myrvoll, Royal Danish Library, Denmark
Chair: Jon Carlstedt Tønnessen, National Library of Norway, Norway
TUTORIAL1-2: HALF-DAY TUTORIAL (INTERACTIVE VISUALISATION)
Location: K-207 [2nd floor]
WS2-2: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (DiPaDA 2024)
Location: K-208 [2nd floor]
Chair: Mats Fridlund, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Sweden
Chair: Daniel Broden, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Full programme at: https://dhnb.eu/conferences/dhnb2024/workshops/dipada/

10:30-11:00 Parliaments as Networks of Power: The Analysis of Power and Gender Relations in Selected European Parliaments (Jure Skubic)

11:00-11:20 “Matrikelmoderation”, what else? Topic Modeling of the Imperial Diet Records of 1576 (Roman Bleier, Florian Zeilinger)

11:20-11:40 Reppin' your constituency? Geographical Representation in Swedish Parliamentary Speech (Albert Wendsjö)

11:40-12:00 The Relevance of AI: Perspectives from the British and Slovenian Parliament (Ajda Pretnar Žagar, David Moats)

 

 

Parliaments as Networks of Power: The Analysis of Power and Gender Relations in Selected European Parliaments

Jure Skubic

Institute of Contemporary History, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Slovenia



“Matrikelmoderation”, what else? Topic Modeling of the Imperial Diet Records of 1576

Roman Bleier1, Florian Zeilinger2

1: University of Graz, Austria; 2: Historical Commission at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany



Reppin' your constituency? Geographical Representation in Swedish Parliamentary Speech

Albert Wendsjö

University of Gothenburg, Sweden



Perspectives on AI in the British and Slovenian parliament

Ajda Pretnar Žagar1, David Moats2

1: Institute of Contemporary History, Slovenia; 2: Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Helsinki, Finland

12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch
Location: Háma
1:00pm
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2:30pm
WS3-3: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (DHSS)
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Koraljka Golub, Linnaeus University, Sweden
WS4-3: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (SOLRWAYBACK)
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Anders Klindt Myrvoll, Royal Danish Library, Denmark
Chair: Jon Carlstedt Tønnessen, National Library of Norway, Norway
TUTORIAL2-1: HALF-DAY TUTORIAL (LyX)
Location: K-207 [2nd floor]
 

LaTeX Light: Introduction to LyX

Elisabeth Maria Magin

Universitetet i Oslo, Norway

WS2-3: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (DiPaDA 2024)
Location: K-208 [2nd floor]
Chair: Daniel Broden, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Chair: Mats Fridlund, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Sweden

Full programme at: https://dhnb.eu/conferences/dhnb2024/workshops/dipada/

13:00-13:30 Decoding the parliamentary debate on marketization of education in Sweden through computational analyses (Eric Borgström, Martin Karlsson, Christian Lundahl

13:30-13:50 Bilingual Parliament? Functions of Swedish, English and Latin in the Parliament of Finland (Anna Ristilä)

13:50-14:10 Accessing nature before “allemansrätten”? Combining two national parliament datasets to study a tradition before it was named (Matti La Mela)

14:10-14:30 Finding Patterns across Multiple Time Series Datasets: Democracy in the Twentieth-century Political Discourses in the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Finland (Risto Turunen, Hugo Bonin, Pasi Ihalainen, Jani Marjanen)

 

Decoding the parliamentary debate on marketization of education in Sweden through computational analyses

Eric Borgström, Martin Karlsson, Christan Lundahl

Örebro University, Sweden



Bilingual Parliament? Functions of Swedish, English and Latin in the Parliament of Finland

Anna Ristilä

University of Turku, Finland



Accessing nature before “allemansrätten”? Combining two national parliament datasets to study a tradition before it was named

Matti La Mela

Uppsala University, Sweden



Finding Patterns across Multiple Time Series Datasets: Democracy in the Twentieth-century Political Discourses in the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Finland

Risto Turunen1, Hugo Bonin1, Pasi Ihalainen1, Jani Marjanen2

1: University of Jyväskylä, Finland; 2: University of Helsinki, Finland

2:30pm
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3:00pm
Break
Location: Háma
3:00pm
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4:30pm
WS4-4: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (SOLRWAYBACK)
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Anders Klindt Myrvoll, Royal Danish Library, Denmark
Chair: Jon Carlstedt Tønnessen, National Library of Norway, Norway
WS2-4: FULL-DAY WORKSHOP (DiPaDA 2024)
Location: K-208 [2nd floor]
Chair: Matti La Mela, Uppsala University, Sweden
Chair: Mats Fridlund, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Sweden

Full programme at: https://dhnb.eu/conferences/dhnb2024/workshops/dipada/

15:00-15:30 The Politics of Compound Neologisms: A Novel Methodology for Mining of Conceptual Transformations in Swedish Parliamentary Discourse and Data (Daniel Brodén, Claes Ohlsson, Henrik Björk, Mats Fridlund, Leif-Jöran Olsson, Leif Runefelt, Shafqat M. Virk, Magnus P. Ängsal)

15:30-16:00 Concluding discussion

 

The Politics of Compound Neologisms: A Novel Methodology for Mining of Conceptual Transformations in Swedish Parliamentary Discourse and Data

Daniel Brodén1, Claes Ohlsson2, Henrik Björk1, Mats Fridlund1, Leif-Jöran Olsson1, Leif Runefelt3, Shafqat M. Virk1, Magnus P. Ängsal1

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: Linnaeus University, Sweden; 3: Södertörn University, Sweden

3:00pm
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5:30pm
TUTORIAL2-2: HALF-DAY TUTORIAL (LyX)
Location: K-207 [2nd floor]
Date: Wednesday, 29/May/2024
8:00am
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8:30am
Arrival & registration
8:30am
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10:00am
WS6-1: HALF-DAY WORKSHOP (CATALOGUE AS DATA)
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Rossitza Ilieva Atanassova, British Library, United Kingdom
 

Catalogues as Data for Computational Analysis

Rossitza Ilieva Atanassova, Harry Lloyd

British Library, United Kingdom

WS7-1: HALF-DAY WORKSHOP (DIGITAL LEXICOGRAPHY)
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Tarrin Wills, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
 

Digital historical lexicography in the Nordic languages

Tarrin Wills1, Simonetta Battista1, Johnny Lindholm1, Ellert Þór Jóhansson2

1: University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: University of Iceland

TUTORIAL3-1: HALF-DAY TUTORIAL (JUPYTER NOTEBOOKS)
Location: K-207 [2nd floor]
Chair: Gustavo Candela, University of Alicante, Spain
 

Reusing digital collections from GLAM Labs: a Jupyter Notebook approach

Gustavo Candela1, Mirjam Cuper2, Olga Holownia3, Max Pedersen4

1: University of Alicante, Spain; 2: National Library of the Netherlands; 3: International Internet Preservation Consortium; 4: Royal Danish Library, Denmark

WS5-1: HALF-DAY WORKSHOP (LABS)
Location: K-208 [2nd floor]
 

Navigating Digital Landscapes: Experiences from A Decade of Engaging with users of Digital Humanities at the National Library of Norway

Lars G Johnsen, Jana Sverdljuk, Ingerid Løyning Dale, Lars Magne Tungland, Marie Iversdatter Røsok

National Library of Norway, Norway

10:00am
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10:30am
Break
Location: Háma
10:30am
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12:00pm
WS6-2: HALF-DAY WORKSHOP (CATALOGUE AS DATA)
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Rossitza Ilieva Atanassova, British Library, United Kingdom
WS7-2: HALF-DAY WORKSHOP (DIGITAL LEXICOGRAPHY)
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Tarrin Wills, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
TUTORIAL3-2: HALF-DAY TUTORIAL (JUPYTER NOTEBOOKS)
Location: K-207 [2nd floor]
Chair: Gustavo Candela, University of Alicante, Spain
WS5-2: HALF-DAY WORKSHOP (LABS)
Location: K-208 [2nd floor]
12:00pm
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1:00pm
Light lunch & registration
1:00pm
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1:20pm
Welcome: Opening remarks
Location: Skriða [1st floor]
1:20pm
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2:35pm
Opening Keynote: Sally Chambers: From Collections as Data experiments to sustainable Data Services: experiences at the intersection of cultural heritage and digital humanities
Location: Skriða [1st floor]
2:35pm
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2:45pm
Short break
Location: Háma
2:45pm
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4:30pm
Panel: Publication and reuse of digital collections: A GLAM Labs approach
Location: H-207 [2nd floor]
Chair: Mahendra Mahey, Tallinn University, Estonia
 
2:45pm - 4:15pm

Publication and reuse of digital collections: A GLAM Labs approach

Gustavo Candela1, Sally Chambers2, Nele Gabriëls3, Katrine Hofmann Gasser4, Olga Holownia5, Lars Johnsen6

1: University of Alicante, Spain; 2: DARIAH, Belgium; 3: KU Leuven, Belgium; 4: Royal Danish Library, Denmark; 5: IIPC, United States of America; 6: National Library of Norway



4:15pm - 4:30pm

Surveying cultural heritage data labs

Kaspar Beelen1, Marten Düring2, Danièle Guido2

1: School of Advanced Study, University of London, United Kingdom; 2: Centre for Contemporary and Digital History, University of Luxembourg

SESSION#01: DATABASES & DIGITAL ARCHIVES
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Edward Joseph Gray, DARIAH-EU / IR* Huma-Num, France
 
2:45pm - 3:15pm

Let's Start at the Start: Remodelling Runic Databases

Elisabeth Maria Magin

Universitetet i Oslo, Norway



3:15pm - 3:45pm

Pishu Tebe Digital Archive: Uncovering The Multimodality of Historical Postcards

Anna Golub1,2, Timur Khusyainov1,3, Dmitry Zharov1,4

1: Pishu Tebe; 2: University of Stuttgart; 3: HSE University; 4: Central European University



3:45pm - 4:00pm

Sarpur – A Treasure Trove of information about Icelandic Cultural Heritage

Sveinbjörg Sveinsdóttir

Rekstrarfélag Sarps, Iceland



4:00pm - 4:15pm

The Uralic Trove - The digital data infrastructure of Uralic language speaker area

Outi Vesakoski, Jenni Santaharju, Timo Rantanen, Meeli Roose

University of Turku, Finland

SESSION#02: LITERARY STUDIES
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Anda Baklāne, National Library of Latvia, Latvia
 
2:45pm - 3:15pm

Between and Behind the Lines: A Case Study of Strikethrough Removal and Handwritten Text Recognition on Astrid Lindgren’s Shorthand Manuscripts

Raphaela Heil1, Malin Nauwerck2

1: Independent Researcher; 2: The Swedish Institute for Children's Books, Stockholm, Sweden



3:15pm - 3:45pm

Romani Literature in the Digital Era: Opportunities and Challenges

Sofiya Zahova

University of Iceland



3:45pm - 4:00pm

A hybrid approach in the close and distant reading of Ibsen’s plays in the light of the characters’ stylometric profiles Keywords: stylometry, hybrid-reading, DSE, Henrik Ibsen, stylometric profiles

Sasha Rudan1,2, Eugenia Kelbert3,2,4, Linnea Eirin Timmermann Buerskogen1

1: University of Oslo, Norway; 2: LitTerra Foundation; 3: Institute of World Literature, Slovak Academy of Sciences; 4: University of East Anglia



4:00pm - 4:15pm

Jon Fosse and world drama: using map visualisation to interrogate the global dissemination of the fresh Nobel laureate

Jon Carlstedt Tønnessen, Jens-Morten Hanssen

National Library of Norway



4:15pm - 4:30pm

Norwegian writers during the Second World War. Literary studies and relational analysis combined.

Sofie Arneberg, Lars Johnsen

National Library of Norway, Norway

SESSION#03: LINGUISTICS (NLP)
Location: K-207 [2nd floor]
Chair: Maciej Rapacz, AGH University of Kraków, Poland
 
2:45pm - 3:15pm

Developing named-entity recognition for state authority archives

Ida Toivanen1, Mikko Lipsanen2, Venla Poso1, Tanja Välisalo1

1: University of Jyväskylä, Finland; 2: National Archives of Finland, Finland



3:15pm - 3:45pm

SWENER-1800: A Corpus for Named Entity Recognition in 19th Century Swedish

Eva Pettersson1, Lars Borin2, Erik Lenas3

1: Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 3: Swedish National Archives



3:45pm - 4:15pm

BERT-aided normalization of historical Estonian texts using character-level statistical machine translation

Gerth Jaanimäe

University of Tartu, Estonia



4:15pm - 4:30pm

Augmenting BERT to model remediation processes in Finnish countermedia: feature comparisons for supervised text classification

Ümit Bedretdin, Pihla Toivanen, Eetu Mäkelä

University of Helsinki, Finland

4:30pm
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5:30pm
DHNB: Annual General Meeting
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Eetu Mäkelä, University of Helsinki, Finland
7:30pm
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10:00pm
Dinner
Location: Reykjavík Art Museum

Social dinner in the Reykjavík Art Museum.

Date: Thursday, 30/May/2024
8:45am
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10:15am
Keynote panel: DHNB
Location: Bratti [1st floor]
Chair: Camilla Holm Soelseth, OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway
Chair: Olga Holownia, IIPC, United States of America

Panellists: 

Anda Baklāne, Camilla Holm Soelseth, Eetu Mäkelä, Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson, Jurgita Vaičenonienė, Katrine Hofmann GasserMari Sarv, Matti La Mela and Olga Holownia.

10:15am
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10:30am
SHORT BREAK
Location: Háma
10:30am
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12:00pm
PANEL#02: Measuring the Impact of Open Educational Resources on Digital Methods for Humanists
Location: H-207 [2nd floor]
 

Measuring the Impact of Open Educational Resources on Digital Methods for Humanists

Sofia Papastamkou1, Krebs Stefan1, Garnett Vicky2, McElduff Siobhán3, Hawes Anisa4, Chevrie Charlotte4

1: Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History, University of Luxembourg; 2: DARIAH-EU; 3: University of British Columbia; 4: Programming Historian

SESSION#04: ART, MULTIMODAL & 3D
Location: H-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Camilla Holm Soelseth, OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway
 
10:30am - 10:45am

Our Art - Art and data, an art exhibition curated by the public through an online collection

Sigurður Trausti Traustason

The Reykjavik Art Museum, Iceland



10:45am - 11:00am

Not Following the Book: A Journey from Museum Conservator to Digital Humanities Researcher through the Creation of a Contemporary Art Management Database

Zoë Renaudie

Université de Montréal, Canada



11:00am - 11:15am

Beyond Creating Collections: A Scoping Review of 3D Heritage Storytelling

Nicole Basaraba

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland



11:15am - 11:30am

Transfer learning in digital art history: a flagrant need of standards for patrimonial images segmentation

Léa Maronet1, Alice Truc2

1: École Pratique des Hautes Études, France - Université de Montréal, Canada - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France; 2: Université Rennes 2, France - Université de Montréal, Canada



11:30am - 11:45am

Time-based media artworks at Reykjavík Art Museum

Edda Halldórsdóttir

Reykjavík Art Museum, Iceland



11:45am - 12:00pm

Sonic Mapping: Creating Digital Interactive Soundscapes Based on Acoustic Surveys

Garrison Charles Gerard

University of Iceland, Iceland

SESSION#05: BORN-DIGITAL DATA
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Sally Chambers, DARIAH, Belgium
 
10:30am - 11:00am

Understanding the Challenges for the Use of Web Archives in Academic Research

Sharon Healy1, Helena Byrne2, Olga Holownia3

1: Independent Researcher; 2: British Library, United Kingdom; 3: International Internet Perservation Consortium (IIPC)



11:00am - 11:15am

Diving Into the Digital Heritage: (re)Searching the Norwegian Web Archive

Jon Carlstedt Tønnessen

National Library of Norway



11:15am - 11:30am

Intersecting Register and Genre: Understanding the Contents of Web-Crawled Corpora

Amanda Myntti1, Veronika Laippala1, Erik Henriksson1, Elian Freyermuth2

1: University of Turku, Finland; 2: National Graduate School of Engineering of Caen



11:30am - 11:45am

A test of browser-based collection of streaming services’ interfaces

Andreas Lenander Ægidius

The Royal Danish Library, Denmark



11:45am - 12:00pm

Memory in the Mediated Age: Unveiling the Dynamics of American Society's Memory through Twitter Discourse on Lynching

Feeza Vasudeva, Narges Azizi Fard, Eetu Makela

university of helsinki, Finland

SESSION#06: COLLABORATIONS & RESEARCHER ENGAGEMENT
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Rakel Adolphsdottir, National and University Library of Iceland, Iceland
 
10:30am - 11:00am

Ghosts in the Archives? The Search for Feminist and Queer Archival Materials in Sweden

Rachel Pierce1, Siska Humlesjö2

1: KvinnSam, Humanities Library, Gothenburg University, Sweden; 2: Gothenburg Research Infrastructure in Digital Humanities, Gothenburg University, Sweden



11:00am - 11:30am

Understanding Researchers’ Perspectives on Work Tasks in Digital Humanities and Computational Social Sciences

Anna Sendra, Elina Late, Sanna Kumpulainen

Tampere University, Finland



11:30am - 11:45am

The outcome of course-integrated DH instructions developed in a library-faculty partnership

Lars Kjær

The Royal Danish Library, Denmark



11:45am - 12:00pm

Exploring research networks through citations and references

Lars Johnsen, Ingerid Løyning Dale, Marie Iversdatter Røsok

National Library of Norway, Norway

12:00pm
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1:00pm
LUNCH
Location: Háma
1:00pm
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2:30pm
SESSION#07: DATABASES & PROJECT LIFECYCLE
Location: H-207 [2nd floor]
Chair: Katrine Gasser, Royal Danish Library, Denmark
 
1:00pm - 1:15pm

Migrating Heritage: The Icelandic Immigrant Literacy Database

Katelin Marit Parsons

University of Iceland/Árnastofnun



1:15pm - 1:30pm

Setting up a Research Data Repository Based on Invenio RDM: An Experience Report

Herbert Lange

University of Gothenburg, Sweden



1:30pm - 1:45pm

From TeX to Network Graph: Creating a Web Platform for an Etymology Dictionary

Trausti Dagsson, Ellert Þór Jóhannsson, Einar Freyr Sigurðsson, Steinþór Steingrímsson, Finnur Ágúst Ingimundarson, Árni Davíð Magnússon

Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Iceland



1:45pm - 2:15pm

Exploring the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to increase the sustainability of DH projects

Andrea Alessandro Gasparini1, Tom Gheldof2

1: Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, Norway; 2: Research Unit of Ancient History, KU Leuven, Belgium

SESSION#08: NEWSPAPER CORPORA & HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS
Location: H-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Jon Carlstedt Tønnessen, National Library of Norway, Norway
 
1:00pm - 1:30pm

Analysis of Textual Complexity in Danish News Articles on Climate Change

Florian Meier, Mikkel Fugl Eskjær

Aalborg University, Denmark



1:30pm - 1:45pm

Quantifying Western Discourses about Technology. An Analysis of Press Coverage using a Dataset of Multilingual Newspapers (1999-2018)

Elena Fernández Fernández1, Germans Savcisens2

1: University of Zurich; 2: Technical University of Denmark (DTU)



1:45pm - 2:15pm

Using document similarity in historical patents to study value in innovation

Matti La Mela1, Jonas Frankemölle2, Fredrik Tell3

1: Department of ALM, Uppsala University; 2: Centre for Digital Humanities Uppsala, Department of ALM, Uppsala University; 3: Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University



2:15pm - 2:45pm

Between the Arduous and the Automatic: A Comparative Approach to Transparency in the Classification of Book Reviews in Swedish Newspapers

Daniel Brodén1, Jonas Ingvarsson1, Aram Karimi1, Lina Samuelsson2, Niklas Zechner1

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: Mälardalen University, Sweden

SESSION#09: LITERARY & FOLKLORE STUDIES: POETRY
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Sofiya Zahova, University of Iceland, Iceland
 
1:00pm - 1:30pm

Quantifying Feelings: Data on Emotive Words in Saga Poetry

Brynja Þorgeirsdóttir

University of Iceland, Iceland



1:30pm - 1:45pm

Text Clustering of Icelandic Post-Medieval Þulur: Explorations Using the Runoregi Interface

Yelena Sesselja Helgadóttir1, Maciej Michał Janicki2

1: The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Iceland; 2: University of Helsinki, Finland



1:45pm - 2:00pm

Oral poetry collections as a dialectal spoken language corpus

Antti Kanner1, Mari Sarv2, Kati Kallio3, Helina Harend4, Jakob Lindström3, Kaarel Veskis4, Eetu Mäkelä1

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: Estonian Literary Museum, Estonia; 3: Finnish Literary Society & University of Helsinki, Finland; 4: Estonian Literary Museum & University of Tartu, Estonia



2:00pm - 2:15pm

How to analyse variation in folklore: Finnic runosongs and Ukrainian dumas

Olha Petrovych1,4, Mari Sarv1, Maciej Michał Janicki2, Kati Kallio2,3

1: Estonian Literary Museum, Estonia; 2: University of Helsinki, Finland; 3: Finnish Literature Society, Finland; 4: Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University, Ukraine



2:15pm - 2:30pm

Sources and development of the Kalevala as an example for the quantitative analysis of literary editions and sources

Eetu Mäkelä1, Kati Kallio1,2, Maciej Janicki1

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: Finnish Literature Society SKS, Finland

SESSION#10: COLLABORATIONS
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson, University of Iceland, Iceland
 
1:00pm - 1:30pm

Modern Times 1936

Pelle Snickars1, Emil Stjernholm2, Mathias Johansson3, Maria Eriksson4, Fredrik Norén5, Robert Aspenskog6

1: Lund University, Sweden; 2: Lund University, Sweden; 3: Lund University, Sweden; 4: University of Basel, Switzerland; 5: Malmö University, Sweden; 6: University of Gothenburg



1:30pm - 1:45pm

Cross-Institutional collaboration to create learning materials and metadata as LOD for promoting the use of digital cultural heritage in schools

Masao OI1,2, Satoru MAKAMURA2

1: National Institutes for the Humanities, Japan; 2: The University of Tokyo, Japan



1:45pm - 2:00pm

Nichesourcing in Terminology Work: Collaborative Projects Across and Beyond Disciplines

Harri Kettunen, Niklas Laxström, Tiina Onikki-Rantajääskö

University of Helsinki, Finland



2:00pm - 2:15pm

Transnational Research Infrastructure: A Journey Through CLARIN Knowledge Centres

Jurgita Vaičenonienė1, Michal Kren2, Vesna Lušicky3, Vincent Vandeghinste4,5

1: Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania; 2: Charles University, Prague; 3: Universität Wien, Wien; 4: Instituut voor de Nederlandse Taal, Leiden; 5: KU Leuven, Belgium



2:15pm - 2:30pm

The Labour’s Memory Project

Olle Sköld1, Raphaela Heil2, Silke Neunsinger3, Eva Pettersson4, Örjan Simonson2, Jonas Söderqvist3

1: Department of ALM, Uppsala University; 2: Popular Movements’ Archive in Uppsala; 3: Swedish Labour Movement Archives and Library; 4: Department of Linguistics and Philology, Uppsala University

2:30pm
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3:00pm
BREAK
Location: Háma
3:00pm
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3:45pm
SESSION#11: CORPORA
Location: H-207 [2nd floor]
Chair: Mari Sarv, Estonian Literary Museum, Estonia
 
3:00pm - 3:15pm

Selecting texts for a corpus of Early Modern Icelandic

Jóhannes B. Sigtryggsson, Ellert Þór Jóhannsson

Stofnun Árna Magnússonar í íslenskum fræðum, Iceland



3:15pm - 3:30pm

Representativity, Biases and Choices in Digital Corpora Curation: Latvian Diary Corpus

Haralds Matulis, Ilze Ļaksa-Timinska, Elvīra Žvarte

Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art of University of Latvia, Latvia



3:30pm - 3:45pm

LatSenRom (1879-1940): the creation and iterations of the corpus of Latvian early novels

Anda Baklāne, Valdis Saulespurēns

National Library of Latvia, Latvia

SSH Open Marketplace
Location: H-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Edward Joseph Gray, DARIAH-EU / IR* Huma-Num, France
Chair: Edward Joseph Gray, DARIAH-EU / IR* Huma-Num, France

Hands-on practical session of Mondays introduction to the SSH Open Marketplace. All are welcome.

SESSION#12: TRANSLATION STUDIES
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Vicky Garnett, DARIAH-EU, Ireland
 
3:00pm - 3:15pm

Title Matters: Film Metadata Analysis

Agata Hołobut1, Miłosz Stelmach1, Maciej Rapacz2

1: Jagiellonian University, Poland; 2: AGH University, Poland



3:15pm - 3:30pm

Found in Translation: Sourcing parallel corpora for low-resource language pairs

Hinrik Hafsteinsson, Steinþór Steingrímsson

Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Iceland



3:30pm - 3:45pm

The world in Norwegian: Glimpses from a digital exploration of bibliomigration patterns

Inger Hesjevoll Schmidt-Melbye1, Marcus Axelsson2, Siri Fürst Skogmo3

1: NTNU, Norway; 2: Østfold University College, Norway; 3: Innland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway

SESSION#13: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Matti La Mela, Uppsala University, Sweden
 
3:00pm - 3:15pm

A qualitative survey of archivist and technologist perspectives on the use of AI in archives

Larissa von Bychelberg1, Johannes Widegren2

1: Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: Linnaeus University, Sweden



3:15pm - 3:30pm

AI-Powered English: Insights from GPT-Enhanced Classrooms in South Iceland

Luis F. T. Meza1,2, Charlotte Eliza Wolff1

1: University of Iceland; 2: Fjölbrautaskóla Suðurlands



3:30pm - 3:45pm

AI for improving access to archives pertaining to the Sámi: An overview of current approaches and future possibilities

Johannes Widegren

Linnaeus University, Sweden

4:00pm
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4:40pm
Poster slam
Location: Háma
Chair: Olga Holownia, IIPC, United States of America
Chair: Katrine Gasser, Royal Danish Library, Denmark

The poster sesssion will start with a poster slam: 1-minute presentation of each poster in the plenary session in Skriða.

4:40pm
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5:30pm
Poster session
Location: Háma
 

Insights into the Labour’s Memory Project Infrastructure

Raphaela Heil1, Theo Erbenius1, Isto Huvila2, Eva Pettersson3, Örjan Simonson1, Olle Sköld2

1: Popular Movements’ Archive Uppsala, Sweden; 2: Department of ALM, Uppsala University, Sweden; 3: Department of Linguistics and Philology, Uppsala University, Sweden



Letter Collections - from Word to Web

Senka Drobac1, Hanna-Leena Paloposki2, Ilona Pikkanen2

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: The Finnish Literature Society, Finland



Large language models to supercharge digital humanities

Andres Karjus1,2

1: Tallinn University; 2: Estonian Business School



Social Media Analysis of Public Reactions to the Israel-Gaza War: Insights from Facebook and Instagram

Wajdi Zaghouani2, Anissa Jrad1

1: HBKU, Qatar; 2: HBKU, Qatar



MARSAD Observatory: Monitoring and Analyzing Social Networks Topics in the MENA Region

Wajdi Zaghouani

Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar



Uppsala Runestaff Database

Michael Dunn

Uppsala University, Sweden



Using ChatGPT for (semi-) automatic subject indexing of different document types

Johannes Widegren1, Koraljka Golub1, Jue Wang2

1: Linnaeus University, Sweden; 2: University of Chinese Academy of Science



A new resource of Icelandic sagas: Digitizing normalized scholarly editions and enhancing textual data

Ellert Þór Jóhannsson1, Þórður Ingi Guðjónsson2, Finnur Ágúst Ingimundarson1

1: Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic studies, Iceland; 2: Old Icelandic Text Society



404 Not Found. Dire Straits and Safe Havens for Digital Scholarly Editions in Norway

Annika Rockenberger, Johanne Emilie Christensen, Federico Aurora

University of Oslo Library, Norway



Collaborative Infrastructure as a Disruptive Force for Interdisciplinary Digital Scholarship, Illustrated by Use Cases of the Transkribus Stakeholder Platform.

Andy Stauder1, Annika Rockenberger2, Minna Kaukonen3, Bragi Þorgrímur Ólafsson4, Unnar Ingvarsson5, Therese Foldvik6, Johanne Emilie Christensen2

1: READ-COOP SCE, Austria; 2: University of Oslo Library; 3: National Library of Finland; 4: National and University Library of Iceland; 5: National Archives of Iceland; 6: University of Oslo



Archaeological Artefact Database of Finland (AADA)

Petro Pesonen1,2,3, Ulla Moilanen2, Meeli Roose2, Jarkko Saipio1,2, Jasse Tiilikkala2,3, Usman Sanwal2, Visa Immonen4, Outi Vesakoski2, Päivi Onkamo2

1: Finnish Heritage Agency, Finland; 2: University of Turku, Finland; 3: University of Helsinki, Finland; 4: University of Bergen, Norway



Latvian Prose Counter: from digitized books to data visualizations

Anda Baklāne, Valdis Saulespurēns

National Library of Latvia, Latvia



Digital tools, citizen engagement and vulnerable cultural heritage

Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson1, Skúli Björn Gunnarsson2

1: University of Iceland, Iceland; 2: Gunnar Gunnarsson Institute, Iceland



Jubileumsportalen – contextualizing 1923’s jubilee exhibition using digital methods

Siska Humlesjö, Johan Åhlfeldt, Anders Strinnholm

University of Gothenburg, Sweden



Representing the Íslendinga Saga As Knowledge Graphs of Events and Social Relationships: Developing Workflows Based on a Pilot Case

Shintaro YAMADA1, Jun OGAWA2, Ikki OHMUKAI1

1: The University of Tokyo, Japan; 2: ROIS-DS Center for Open Data in the Humanities, Japan



Display, Ontology and Database for Exhibition Documentation

Emmanuel Château-Dutier, Lena Krause, David Valentine, Zoë Renaudie

Université de Montréal



Runoregi: A User Interface for Exploring Text Similarity in Oral Poetry

Maciej Michał Janicki1, Kati Kallio1,2, Mari Sarv3, Eetu Mäkelä1

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: Finnish Literature Society; 3: Estonian Literary Museum



Towards Humanistic AI: Mapping an Emergent Field of DH Practices

Mats Fridlund1, Daniel Brodén1, David Alfter1, Ashely Green1, Aram Karimi1, Gustaf Nelhans2, Cecilia Lindhé1

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: University of Borås, Sweden



Towards Standards in Digital Editions of Old Norse Prose: A Case Study

Sebastian Pohland

University of Oslo, Norway



Digital Datasets Created from Archival Sources: The Problem of Data Quality in the Study of Private Letters

Marin Laak, Kadri Vider, Neeme Kahusk, Mari Sarv

Estonian Literary Museum, Estonia



Capitalizing on experience to experiment and innovate: feedback and reflection on the future of the Huma-Num research infrastructure

Antoine Silvestre de Sacy, Stéphane Pouyllau

IR* Huma-Num (UAR 3598), CNRS, France



Visualizing quire structures on Handrit.is

Beeke Stegmann

Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Iceland



Understanding researchers' needs by surveying to support them

Liisa Näpärä

National Library of Finland, Finland



Uralic Historical Atlas (URHIA): Interactive web app for spatial data

Meeli Roose1, Tua Nylén1, Petro Pesonen2, Harri Tolvanen1, Outi Vesakoski1

1: University of Turku, Finland; 2: Finnish Heritage Agency (Museovirasto)



Examples from the Translocalis: Cultural Heritage, Narratives, Emotions, Perceptions and Voices of the Finnish Media, People, and Soldiers on the Imperial War.

Aytac Yurukcu

University of Eastern Finland Karelian Institute



Automation of Linguistic Annotation in Historical Lithuanian Corpus

Mindaugas Šinkūnas, Ignas Rudaitis

Institute of the Lithuanian Language, Lithuania



Text Recognition, Network Analysis, and Spatial Analysis: Approaching 17th-Century Court Records from a New Perspective.

Ville-Pekka Iivari Kääriäinen

University of Helsinki, Finland



Historical Farm and People Registry – Turning static list entries into network nodes

Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson1, Pétur Húni Björnsson2

1: University of Iceland, Iceland; 2: Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies



Collecting streaming services

Andreas Lenander Ægidius1, Mads Møller Tommerup Andersen2

1: The Royal Danish Library, Denmark; 2: University of copenhagen, Denmark



Og að mér lifanda lifir enn hans hamingja -- Rare syntactic phenomena in parsed historical corpora

Ingunn Hreinberg Indriðadóttir, Þórhallur Eyþórsson

University of Iceland, Iceland



Three 3D scanners and 13 institutions,

Hrönn Konráðsdóttir

National Museum of Iceland, Iceland



Exploring Existentialist Design in Digital Humanities: A Case Study of User Experience at the National Library of Norway

Jana Sverdljuk

National Library of Norway, Norway



Digitized language variation for computational dialectology: The Dialect Atlas of Finnish by Lauri Kettunen (1940)

Jenni Santaharju1, Terhi Honkola1, Perttu Seppä2, Kaj Syrjänen1, Unni Leino3, Outi Vesakoski1,4

1: University of Turku, Finland; 2: University of Helsinki, Finland; 3: Tampere University, Finland; 4: Turku Institute of Advanced Studies



Using BERT to Study Semantic Variations of Climate Change Keywords in Danish News Articles

Florian Meier

Aalborg University, Denmark



From Miðgarð to Marvel: Norse Mythology, Augmented Heritage and the Prose Edda

Alan Thomas Searles

University of Iceland, Iceland

Date: Friday, 31/May/2024
8:45am
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10:15am
DARIAH DAY: PANEL
Location: H-207 [2nd floor]
Chair: Olga Holownia, IIPC, United States of America

Edward Gray & Vicky Garnett: DARIAH 

Guðbjörg Andrea Jónsdóttir: Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Innovation 

Guðmundur Hálfdanarson: The Icelandic Infrastructure Fund 

Starkaður Barkarson: CLARIN-IS 

Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson: CDHA

 

SESSION#14: COLLECTIONS AS DATA & DATA QUALITY
Location: H-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Mahendra Mahey, Tallinn University, Estonia
 
8:45am - 9:15am

Data Availability and Evaluation Reproducibility for Automatic Date Detection in Texts, a Survey

Tommi Jauhiainen

University of Helsinki, Finland



9:15am - 9:45am

Source criticism, bias, and representativeness in the digital age: A case study of digitized newspaper archives

Jørgen Burchardt

Museum Vestfyn, Denmark



9:45am - 10:00am

Engineering 19th century poetry from the National Library of Norway's Collection

Lars Magne Drønen Tungland, Ingerid Løyning Dale

National Library of Norway, Norway



10:00am - 10:15am

Publishing 10 000+ archival index cards of modern cultural heritage as open (as open as possible) data: challenges with OCR, data cleaning, restricted data and maintenance

Niklas Alén, Maria Niku

The Finnish Literature Society, Finland

SESSION#16: BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA ANALYSIS
Location: K-206 [2nd floor]
Chair: Max Odsbjerg Pedersen, Royal Danish Library, Denmark
 
8:45am - 9:15am

The multilingual cultural history in national bibliographies: the Baltic case 1800-1940

Peeter Tinits1,2, Krister Kruusmaa2, Laura Nemvalts2

1: University of Tartu, Estonia; 2: National Library of Estonia



9:15am - 9:45am

Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft (1617-1680) Member Publication Patterns in the VD17

Eetu Mäkelä1, Thea Lindquist2, Narges Azizifard1, Julius Arnold2

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: University of Colorado Boulder, USA



9:45am - 10:00am

Unleash the Apparatus? Towards a shared representation of knowledge about connections between primary sources

Jacob Langeloh

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

SESSION#15: LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS
Location: K-207 [2nd floor]
Chair: Matti Lamela, Uppsala University, Sweden
 
8:45am - 9:15am

Gly2Mdc v.2.0: Lessons Learned from Building a Tool for Hieroglyphic Texts

Heidi Annika Jauhiainen

University of Helsinki, Finland



9:15am - 9:30am

An unexpected gender-agreement pattern in Icelandic

Einar Freyr Sigurðsson1, Oddur Snorrason2, Ása Bergný Tómasdóttir3

1: The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Iceland; 2: Queen Mary University of London; 3: University of Iceland



9:30am - 9:45am

Word of the year 1919: Conveying the media’s favorite annual linguistic parlor game to a different era

Steinþór Steingrímsson, Einar Freyr Sigurðsson, Starkaður Barkarson, Atli Jasonarson, Ágústa Þorbergsdóttir

The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Iceland



9:45am - 10:00am

Analysing lexical cohesion and topicality in online interaction

Antti Kanner, Anna Vatanen, Eetu Mäkelä

University of Helsinki, Finland



10:00am - 10:15am

A humanist in search of computer scientists: A (so far unsuccessful) attempt to apply topic modeling techniques to Wittgenstein’s Nachlass

Filippo Mosca

Wittgenstein Archives, University of Bergen; University of Rome Tor Vergata.

10:15am
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10:45am
BREAK & DHNB DHLAM MEET-UP
Location: H-207 [2nd floor]

https://dhnb.eu/about-dhnb/working-groups/dhlam/

10:45am
-
11:45am
DARIAH DAY: Centre for Digital Humanities and Arts showcase
Location: H-207 [2nd floor]
SESSION#17: MEDIEVAL STUDIES
Location: H-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Mats Fridlund, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Sweden
 
10:45am - 11:00am

Analyzing Kinship Sentiment in Medieval Documents

Clelia R. LaMonica1, Patrick Burns4, Pramit Chaudhuri5, Jennifer Devereaux2, Joseph Dexter2, Liwen Hou6, Joseph Henrich2, Jonathan Schulz3

1: CDHU: Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: Culture, Cognition, Coevolution Lab: Harvard University; 3: George Mason University; 4: New York University; 5: University of Texas, Austin; 6: Northeastern University



11:00am - 11:30am

Asynchronous linked editing of texts in physical objects

Tarrin Wills

University of Copenhagen, Denmark



11:30am - 11:45am

Quantifying Medieval Scribal Habits – The Case of Abbreviations in West Norse Manuscripts

Eva Pettersson1, Lasse Mårtensson2, Veturliði Óskarsson2

1: Department of Linguistics and Philology, Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: Department of Scandinavian Languages, Uppsala University, Sweden

SESSION#18: OUTREACH & ADVOCACY
Location: K-205 [2nd floor]
Chair: Lars Johnsen, National Library of Norway, Norway
 
10:45am - 11:15am

Going with the Flow: Merging Research and Cultural Outreach in GLAM+ Data

Julie Graff1,3, Lena Krause1,2, Alexia Pinto Ferretti1,2, Camille Delattre1,2, Simon Janssen1,2, Kim Trihn1,2, David Valentine1,2

1: Maison MONA; 2: Université de Montréal; 3: Université du Québec à Montréal



11:15am - 11:45am

Experimenting with a more-than-representational approach to urban visual electioneering: what’s the potential of DH methods?

Jurate Kavaliauskaite

Vilnius University, Lithuania

 
11:45am
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12:45pm
LUNCH (Háma) & DHNB Doctoral program proposal lunch-date (H-205)
Location: Háma
12:45pm
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2:00pm
Closing keynote: Thor Magnusson: Intelligent Instruments in the Experimental Humanities
Location: Bratti [1st floor]

Thor Magnusson, research professor at the University of Iceland


 
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