Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view (with abstracts and downloads if available).

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 29/May/2023
8:00am
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8:30am
Welcome: Refreshment Break 1
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
8:30am
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10:00am
Opening Keynote: Dr. Jada Watson: Silencing the Past: Industry Data and the Production of Country Music History
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
Chair: Jason Boyd
Hybrid session (in person and on Zoom)
10:00am
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10:30am
Refreshment Break 2
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
10:30am
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12:00pm
Session 1: Panel
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
Chair: Elspeth Brown
Hybrid session (in person and on Zoom)
 

Digital History and Research Creation in the Era of Social Media

Coleman, Kevin; Bertram, L.K.; Brown, Elspeth

Session 2: Interdisciplinarity
Location: Ross Building S103
Chair: Laura Estill
 

Use of abstraction for an unbiased mediation of architectural cultural heritage

Lengyel, Dominik; Toulouse, Catherine



Whrite

Chokshi, Crystal Nicole



Designing a Distance Learning Platform for the Tlicho.

Ambarani, Tejas Jagannathan

Session 3: Content Analysis
Location: Ross Building S105
Chair: Harvey Quamen
 

In defence of religious killings? Aggregating YouTube commenters’ perspectives

Onuh, Frank Onyeka



A Computer-Assisted Study of the Eastern German Crisis Discourse from 1976 to 1986

Pafumi, Davide



Copyright Considerations for Digital Humanities in Canada

Winter, Caroline

12:00pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Break 1
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Session 4: Voices and Sounds
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
Hybrid session (in person and on Zoom)
 

Data Sonification as Method: Provocations for Critical Digital Humanities

McEwan, Samantha Kathleen; Sivajothy, Subhanya; Zeffiro, Andrea



Encouraging diverse voices as part of cultural heritage data collection

Mahony, Simon; Fu, Yaming



The ethics of de-archiving: activating audio with SpokenWeb at the University of Alberta

Miya, Chelsea; Kroon, Ariel Petra

Session 5: Feminism and DH
Location: Ross Building S103
Chair: Yann Audin
 

Literary Hypertext as Illness Narrative for Women and Nonbinary Individuals with Hyperandrogenism

Perram, Megan



Feminist Futurities: Reimagining Data Authoring Praxis with LOD

Smith Elford, Jana; Meagher, Michelle



The Evolution of Siri’s Sexism and Apple’s Corporate Social Responsibility

Atapour, Hasti; Fan, Lai-Tze

Session 6: Panel
Location: Ross Building S105
Chair: Laura Estill
 

Introducing cc:DH/HN: The Canadian Certificate in Digital Humanities/Certificat canadien en Humanités Numériques

Estill, Laura; Sinatra, Michael E.; Dase, Kyle; Siemens, Ray; Arbuckle, Alyssa; El Khatib, Randa

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Refreshment Break 3
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
3:30pm
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5:00pm
Session 7: AI and Machine Learning
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
Chair: Lynne Siemens
Hybrid session (in person and on Zoom)
 

From archives to archaeology via machine learning: an automated approach to dating medieval seal matrices from Britain

McEwan, John



Tracking and testing bias in Midjourney AI.

Armstrong, Jolene



A “Model” Student? Assessing the Roles of DH and AI in University Pedagogy

Murray, Nathan; Tersigni, Elisa

Session 8: Panel
Location: Ross Building S103
Chair: Paul Barrett
 

Future Horizons: Digital Humanities in Canada

Barrett, Paul; Roger, Sarah; Obbard, Kiera; Saklofske, Jon; du Plessis, Klara; Fitzpatrick, Ryan; Fong, Deanna; Zeffiro, Andrea; Jensen, Graham; Dangoisse, Pascale

Session 9: Queer DH
Location: Ross Building S105
Chair: Lai-Tze Fan
 

Reimagining the Queer Past: Affective Literary Simulations as Digital Scholarship

Boyd, Jason



Seeing Queerness in Extended Universes

Dumoulin, Pierre Gabriel; Lescouet, Emmanuelle; Vallières, Amélie

Date: Tuesday, 30/May/2023
8:00am
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8:30am
Refreshment Break 4
Location: Ross Building S103
8:30am
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10:00am
Session 10: Panel
Location: Ross Building S507
Chair: Aaron Tucker
 

Reckoning with the DH of Future Present: Operationalizing Media Archaeological Potentialites in Digital Scholarship

Tucker, Aaron; Jacob, Arun; Lawton, Kanika; Nunez de Villavicencio, Paula

Session 11: Gaming
Location: Ross Building S103
Chair: Jason Boyd
 

You can/’t see me through my avatar: Camouflage, protection and resistance techniques in 3D and VR contemporary art

Gomez-Molina, Mayte



One does not simply play a game: Tapping into game worlds as cultural texts

Dragomir, Ana-Maria



The Interactive Gamergate Network: Examinations in Transphobia and Transphobic Conspiracy during GamerGate

Bevan, Catherine Ilona; Tunggal, Jesaya Samuel; Zhang, Andy; Verdini, Paolo; Khemka, Ayushi; Al Zaman, Sayeed; Rockwell, Geoffrey



“I am what you think I am”: How NPC Design Contributes to Narrative Expression in Emily Short's Galatea

Pearce, Morgan Slayde

Session 12: Panel
Location: Ross Building S105
Chair: Marcello Vitali-Rosati
 

Collaboration et production du savoir : pour une herméneutique des structures

Vitali-Rosati, Marcello; Acerra, Eleonora; Dyens, Ollivier; Verstraete, Mathilde; Matthey-Jonais, Eugénie; Mellet, Margot; Audin, Yann; Lescouet, Emmanuëlle; Ferretti, Giulia; Jia, Arilys

10:00am
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10:30am
Refreshment Break 5
Location: Ross Building S103
10:30am
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12:00pm
Session 13: Data
Location: Ross Building S507
Chair: Markus Reisenleitner
 

Representational Data: a case study

Bordalejo, Barbara; O'Donnell, Daniel; Woods, Nathan



Reimagining the Data Problem in the Humanities: Data Type Versus Use-Case

Woods, Nathan D.; Bordalejo, Barbara; O'Donnell, Daniel Paul



Long Literary Covid: Archive of the Digital Present (ADP) and Reflections on the Meaning of Data About Pandemic Literary Events

Camlot, Jason; Wiener, Salena

Session 14: Network Analysis
Location: Ross Building S103
Chair: Giulia Ferretti
 

Historical Social Network Analysis: The Apprenticeship Networks of London Brewers, 1530-1800

Quamen, Harvey; Yang, Eryi; Li, Zelin



“The influence of an oppressed sex”: Visualizing and Analyzing the Presence of Female Authors and Editors in Lord Byron’s Networked Library

Webb, Stephen Kenneth

Session 15: Collaboration and Bias
Location: Ross Building S105
 

Where ‘fires of collaboration can be stoked’: Collaboration in a DH team

Siemens, Lynne



Growing the Digital Humanities: Perspectives from Australian experience

Goodman, David Charles; Michalewicz, Aleksandra; Russo-Batterham, Daniel



On the Necessity of Collaboration: the Post-Human Scholar and the Classical Theorist

Audin, Yann

12:00pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Break 2
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Joint Keynote: Dr. Eve Tuck, "Enlivening the Practice of Collaborative Indigenous Research: A New Digital Garden"
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls B106
A Joint Keynote with the Canadian Sociological Association, the Canadian Association for Studies in Indigenous Education, the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, the Indigenous Literary Studies Association, and Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Féministes. Dr. Eve Tuck is Associate Professor of Critical Race and Indigenous Studies at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto. She is Canada Research Chair of Indigenous Methodologies with Youth and Communities. Tuck is the founding director of the Tkaronto CIRCLE Lab.
3:00pm
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3:30pm
Refreshment Break 6
Location: Ross Building S103
3:30pm
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5:00pm
Session 16: The Digital World
Location: Ross Building S103
Chair: Barbara Bordalejo
 

Bottom-Down Protocols : Digital Justice and the P2P Architecture

Audin, Yann; Ferretti, Giulia



A World Shaped by Computer Technologies

Ferretti, Giulia



Is Code Speech?

Liu, Andrea

Session 17: Cancelled
Session 18: Digital Humanities at Different Scales
Location: Ross Building S105
Chair: Kyle Douglas Dase
Ross S105 (Base AV)
 

Between Distant and Close Reading: A Survey of Mixed Methodology in Digital Humanities

Aledavood, Parham



Words Are Hard: Untangling Understandings of How Places were Important in REED London’s London

Jakacki, Diane Katherine



Mapping LINCS

Brown, Susan; Martin, Kim; Stacey, Deborah

Date: Wednesday, 31/May/2023
8:00am
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8:30am
Refreshment Break 7
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
8:30am
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10:00am
Drop-In: Learn about the CSDH/SCHN!
Location: Ross Building S103
Come chat with members of the CSDH/SCHN Executive to learn more about the Society's activities and how you could get involved.
Session 20: Digital History
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
 

A philosophical journey on the map: Constructing a temporally dynamic geospatial bio-bibliography of Ibn Sīnā for visualization and analysis

Shahidi Marnani, Pouyan



Digitizing Dragomans: Sustaining Platform Development for Scholarly Projects

Rothman, E. Natalie; Stapelfeldt, Kirsta; McCarthy, Vanessa; Idil, Erdem; Karim, Qaasim



Reimagining the Lord Mayor’s Day Pageant: or, Doing Historical Research Twenty Years Apart

Martin, Kim; Smith, Thomas

Session 21
10:00am
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10:30am
Refreshment Break 8
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
10:30am
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12:00pm
Poster Session
Location: Vanier College 001
 

Being Chinese Online – Discursive (Re)production of Internet-Mediated Chinese National Identity

Wang, Zhiwei



Listen to the theatre! Exploring Florentine performative spaces

Gozzi, Andrea; Grazioli, Gianluca



Engaging Editors and Students Through LEAF-Writer

Jakacki, Diane Katherine; Brown, Susan; Cummings, James; Ilovan, Mihaela



Event Builder and Event Viewer: From Ontology to Network Visualization

Nelson, Brent L.; Dase, Kyle; Harkema, Craig; Friesen, Darryl



LINCS: From Context to Reconciliation to Exploration

Martin, Kim; Brown, Susan; Mo, Alliyya; Stacey, Deborah

12:00pm
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1:30pm
Mentorship Lunch
Location: Vanier College 001
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Annual General Meeting
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break
3:30pm
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5:00pm
Closing Keynote: Dr. Beth Coleman, "Imitation of Life: AI in Digital Humanities"
Location: Curtis Lecture Halls C
Chair: Barbara Bordalejo
Hybrid session (in person and on Zoom)

 
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