Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 23/Jan/2017
2:30pm
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6:00pm
TR-1: TRACER tutorial
Location: Aula E
Date: Tuesday, 24/Jan/2017
9:00am
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1:00pm
DIXIT-1: Keynote and Lectures
Location: Aula Levi
Welcoming

Keynote Lecture
 

‘Signatures of all things I am here to read’: Digital Research as Practice, Digital Networks as Public Engagement

Agiatis Benardou


The Digital Research Platform for Leopardi’s Zibaldone in the Literature Classroom

Silvia Stoyanova


Vergil and Homer: a Digital Annotation of Knauer's Intertextual Catalogue

James Gawley, Elizabeth Hunter, Tessa Little, Caitlin Diddams


Wiki Critical Editions: a sustainable philology

Milena Giuffrida, Simone Nieddu


Philoeditor: from Digital Critical Editions to Analytical Genetic Editions

Ersilia Russo, Teresa Gargano, Francesca Marocco


A spoonful of sugar: encoding and publishing in the classroom

Elena Spadini


Think Big: Digital Scholarly Editions as / and Infrastructures

Anna-Maria Sichani


Digital Edition of the Complete Works of Leo Tolstoy

Daniil Skorinkin


It has moving parts! Interactive visualisations in digital publications

James Cummings, Martin Hadley, Howard Noble

TR-2: TRACER tutorial
Location: Aula E
1:00pm
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2:30pm
Lunch
2:30pm
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6:00pm
DIXIT-2: Brainstorm and Keynote
Location: Aula Levi
14-16.15- Working groups


Keynote lecture
 

EAGLE dedicated services and their educational potential

Silvia Orlandi

TR-3: TRACER tutorial
Location: Aula E
Date: Wednesday, 25/Jan/2017
9:30am
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11:00am
EADH-1: Opening and Keyonte
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Fabio Ciotti
Opening remarks
Elisabeth Burr (EADH President)
Maurizio Lana (EADH Exec)
Elena Gonzalez Blanco (EADH Exec)


Keynote Lecture
 

Divergent: How Diversity Makes Digital Humanities Richer

Barbara Bordalejo

11:00am
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11:30am
Coffee break
11:30am
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1:00pm
EADH-2
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Elisabeth Burr
 

A Trilingual Greek-Latin-Arabic Manuscript of the New Testament: a Fascinating Object as Test Case for New DH Practices

Sara Schulthess, Claire Clivaz, Anastasia Chasapi, Martial Sankar, Ioannis Xenarios


Analyzing poetry databases to develop a metadata application profile. Why each language uses a different way of modeling?

Patricia Garrido


DiMPO - a DARIAH infrastructure survey on digital practices and needs of European scholarship

Claire Clivaz, Costis Dallas, Nephelie Chatzidiakou, Jurij Hadalin, Elena Gonzalez-Bianco, Beat Immenhauser, Maciej Maryl, Gerlinde Schneider, Walter Scholger, Toma Tasovac, Ingrida Vosyliute


EVILINHD, a Virtual Research Environment open and collaborative for DH Scholars

Elena González-Blanco


DH infrastructures, a need, a challenge or an impossible?

Elena González-Blanco

1:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
2:00pm
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4:00pm
EADH-3
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Barbara Bordalejo
 

Finding Characters. An Evaluation of Named Entity Recognition Tools for Dutch Literary Fiction.

Roel Smeets


Genderless? Culture digitali in prospettiva di genere

Alessia Scacchi


Latin Text Reuse Detection at Scale

Greta Franzini


Less Latin, More Job Opportunities? or More Latin, More Job Opportunities? The role of a Digital Project in a Humanities Department

Alice Borgna


Working with Digital Autoptic Processes is Easier than you Think!

Lovorka Lucic, Federico Ponchio, Angelo Mario del Grosso, Ivan Radman-Livaja, Brigitte Sabattini, Bruce Robertson, Marion Lamé

4:00pm
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4:30pm
Coffee break
4:30pm
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6:00pm
EADH-4
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Elena González-Blanco
 

One-member non-bursary text reuse project in a small language – is it manageable?

Ernesta Kazakėnaitė


The Reception of Italian Literature in Nineteenth-Century England. A Computational Approach

Simone Rebora


Tracing the patterns of change between Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and a simplified version of the novel: what are the rules of text simplification for foreign language learners?

Emily Franzini


WeME: A Linked Data Metadata Editor for Archives

Angelica Lo Duca


Digital humanities and our users

Pierluigi Feliciati

Date: Thursday, 26/Jan/2017
10:00am
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10:30am
AIUCD-O: Opening Ceremony and Authorities
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Fabio Ciotti
Stefano Asperti, Dean Facoltà di Lettere
Fabio CIotti, President AIUCD
Gianfranco Crupi, DIgilab Sapienza
10:30am
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11:30am
Key-1: Opening Keynote Lecture
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Fabio Ciotti
 

Data versus interpretation: an imaginary epistemic conflict?

Teresa Numerico

11:30am
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12:00pm
Coffee break
12:00pm
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1:00pm
AIUCD-1A: Short papers: Literary text analysis
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Geoffrey Rockwell
 

Annotazione tematica assistita vs topic modeling: un confronto sui testi poetici delle origini

Daniele Silvi, Fabio Ciotti


Quantitative syntactic approaches to Spanish Poetry. A preliminary Study on Fernando de Herrera's Poetic Works

LAURA HERNÁNDEZ LORENZO


Sentiment Analysis d'autore: l'epistolario di Italo Svevo

Cristina Fenu

1:00pm
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2:30pm
Lunch
2:30pm
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4:00pm
AIUCD-2A: Long papers: Stylometry
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Francesco Stella
 

Stylometric classification and clustering of Spanish texts: some experiments carried out within the TRACE project

Alejandro Bia


Reverse Binoculars: Combining Bibliographical Data and Topic Modelling in Research into Literary Culture

Maciej Maryl, Maciej Eder


Short Texts in Authorship Attribution. The Case of Robert Musil’s War Articles

Berenike Herrmann, Gerhard Lauer, Simone Rebora, Massimo Salgaro

AIUCD-2B: Panel: History and Distant Reading
Location: Aula A
Chair: Enrica Salvatori
 

Reflections on reading history from a distance

Max Kemman, Mark Hill, John Regan, Peter de Bolla, Pim Huijnen, Tom Kenter, Daniele Guido, Paul Nulty

4:00pm
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4:30pm
Coffee break
4:30pm
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5:00pm
AIUCD-3A: Long papers: Index Thomisticus
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Maurizio Lana
 

The Index Thomisticus as a Big Data Project

Geoffrey Rockwell, Marco Passarotti

5:00pm
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5:30pm
AIUCD-PS: Poster Slam
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Maurizio Lana
5:30pm
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7:30pm
AIUCD-P: Poster Session
Location: Aula Levi
 

Processing data on fake inscriptions: how to build the new Epigraphic Database Falsae (EDF)

Lorenzo Calvelli


Coping with interoperability in cultural heritage data infrastructures: the Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy

Franco Zoppi, Giuseppe Amato, Andrea Mannocci, Lucia Vadicamo


Reading Habits: Marginalia in Author's Libraries (Interpretation, Encoding, and Digital Publication).

José Luis Losada Palenzuela


Archivi nativi digitali: il progetto PAD

Emmanuela Carbé, Primo Baldini, Paul Gabriele Weston


Distant reading in the history of philosophy: Wittgenstein and academic success

Paolo Tripodi, Guido Bonino


Il modello a microkernel di Omega nello sviluppo di strumenti per lo studio dei testi: dagli ADT alle API

Angelo Mario Del Grosso, Emiliano Giovannetti, Simone Marchi

Date: Friday, 27/Jan/2017
9:30am
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11:00am
AIUCD-4A: Long papers: Archeology and Geographic Space
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Cristina Marras
 

From digitisation to datafication. A new challenge is approaching archaeology

Gabriele Gattiglia


(Big) Data Science e discipline storico-archeologiche: una sfida metodologica, tecnologica e culturale

Claudio Cortese


Modeling Regions from Pre-modern Geographical Hierarchical Data

Masoumeh Seydi Gheranghiyeh, Maxim Romanov

AIUCD-4B: Long papers: Exploring Corpora and Data Sets
Location: Aula A
Chair: Monica Monachini
 

Approcci grafici all’analisi di corpora testuali

eva sassolini, alessandra cinini


AIUCD e CLiC-it: citazioni bibliografiche a confronto

Silvia Giannini, Federico Boschetti, Gabriella Pardelli, Riccardo Del Gratta

11:00am
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11:30am
Coffee break
11:30am
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1:00pm
AIUCD-5A: Long papers: Defining Humanities Data and Metadata
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Roberto Rosselli Del Turco
 

L’uso delle ontologie per la preservazione concettuale dei dati

Francesca Tomasi, Marilena Daquino


Ripensare i formati, ripensare i metadati: prove "tecniche" di conservazione digitale

Nicola Barbuti, Mauro Paolo Bruno, Maria Assunta Apollonio, Giuseppe Cultrera, Maria Paola Marzocca


Testi e computazioni: fondamenti conoscitivi delle edizioni digitali.

Federico Meschini

AIUCD-5B: Short papers: Big Data and Cultural Heritage
Location: Aula A
Chair: Franz Fischer
 

L’impatto culturale e sociale dei dati archeologici nella tutela e valorizzazione del paesaggio storico. Un case study: il XV Municipio di Roma

Margherita Bartoli


KB-Driven Information Extraction to Enable Distant Reading of Museum Collections

Giovanni Antonio Cignoni, Enrico Meloni


Linked Open Data per l'analisi dei dati e lo sviluppo della ricerca sulla Shoah in Italia

Laura Brazzo, Silvia Mazzini


SigNet – a network of Hellenistic sealings & archives: Digital tools and methodologies for big data mining, cross-media quantitative and qualitative analysis, museum engagement and citizen science

Stefano Giovanni Caneva, Branko van Oppen


The emergence of Digital Humanities: An epistemological cartography of thematic issues in French academic journals

Quoc Tan Tran


Finding reasons for modifications in historical manuscripts

David Lassner

1:00pm
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2:30pm
Lunch
2:30pm
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4:00pm
AIUCD-6A: Long Papers: Cultural and Social Impact of DH
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Francesca Tomasi
 

Digicraft e pensiero sistemico: le prospettive delle DH

Enrica Salvatori


Dalla Digital Culture al Digital Cultural Heritage: l'evoluzione impossibile?

Nicola Barbuti


Palantir: Reading the Surveillance Thing

Geoffrey Rockwell, Domenico Fiormonte

4:00pm
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4:30pm
Coffee break
4:30pm
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5:30pm
Key-2: Keynote Lecture
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Gino Roncaglia
 

Problems and perspectives of Humanities Computing

Tito Orlandi

5:45pm
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7:45pm
GA: AIUCD Annual General Assembly
Location: Aula Levi
8:30pm
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10:30pm
Social Dinner
Date: Saturday, 28/Jan/2017
9:30am
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11:00am
AIUCD-7A: Long papers: Big Data, Media and Society
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Gianfranco Crupi
 

Religious and gender issues through the lens of a TV series: Watching OITNB

Mariachiara Giorda, Giovanni Moretti, Boris Rähme, Marco Stranisci, Sara Tonelli, Federica Turco


Twitter Data Exploration for Italian History

Rachele Sprugnoli, Giovanni Moretti, Sara Tonelli


Educazione e Big Data: un progetto di analisi dei documenti ufficiali degli Istituti Comprensivi

Gianfranco Bandini, Marina Baretta, Federico Betti, Silvano Cacciari, Renza Campagni, Rosa De Pasquale, Paolo Ferragina, Fosca Giannotti, Filomena Maggino, Stefano Oliviero, Dino Pedreschi, Maria Vincelli

11:00am
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11:30am
Coffee break
11:30am
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1:00pm
AIUCD-8A: Short papers: Language, Texts, manuscripts
Location: Aula Levi
Chair: Tiziana Mancinelli
 

Trascrizione e analisi linguistica del sogno: oggetti concreti nei sogni di schizofrenici e depressi

Daniele Silvi, Sergio Pizziconi, Marco Zanasi


Visualizing gender balance in conferences

Sytze Van Herck


L’edizione digitale del “Nuovo Liruti”: il Dizionario biografico dei friulani

Stefano Allegrezza, Nicola Raffaele Di Matteo


Provando e riprovando modelli di dizionario storico digitale: collegare voci, citazioni, interpretazioni

Andrea Bellandi, Federico Boschetti, Fahad Khan, Angelo Del Grosso, Monica Monachini


Oltre l'albero - traduzione e fonti secondarie

Armin Hoenen


Global Citizen Scholars: Energizing English and Spanish-Speaking Humanists to Advance KÑowledge and Act

Roger Louis Martinez-Davila

1:00pm
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1:30pm
AIUCD-C: Closing Ceremony
Location: Aula Levi

 
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