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Session Overview
Location: Ziedonis Hall
Ground floor
Date: Wednesday, 18/Mar/2020
9:30am
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10:00am
Opening
Location: Ziedonis Hall
Chair: Sanita Reinsone
Dagnija Baltiņa, Director of Special Collections Department of the National Library of Latvia
Mikko Tolonen, Chair of the DHN Board
Ilga Šuplinska, Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Latvia
Rolands Lappuķe, External Smart Technology Adviser to the President of Latvia
Stefan Eriksson, Director of the Nordic Council of Ministers Office in Latvia
10:00am
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10:50am
Keynote 1
Location: Ziedonis Hall
Chair: Mikko Tolonen
 
Keynote speaker (50min)

Responsible Artificial Intelligence

Virginia Dignum

11:20am
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1:10pm
Keynote 2, Long Papers
Location: Ziedonis Hall
Chair: Olle Sköld
 
Keynote speaker (50min)

A Vaccine Against Fake News

Jon Roozenbeek



Long Paper (20+10min)

Wrangling with Non-Standard Data

Eetu Mäkelä, Krista Lagus, Leo Lahti, Tanja Säily, Mikko Tolonen, Mika Hämäläinen, Samuli Kaislaniemi, Terttu Nevalainen



Long Paper (20+10min)

Modal Grammar and Metaphoricity as Vehicles of Affectivity in Political Newspaper Journalism

Antti Kanner, Anu Koivunen, Eetu Mäkelä

Date: Thursday, 19/Mar/2020
11:00am
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12:50pm
Keynote 3, Long Papers
Location: Ziedonis Hall
Chair: Christian-Emil Ore
 
Keynote speaker (50min)

Digital Emotions: Hybrid Structure of Emotional Impacts

Jurģis Šķilters



Long Paper (20+10min)

Implications of Multifractal Theory for Fictional Narratives - A Dynamic Perspective on Sentiment-Based Story Arcs Exemplified by Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go

Kristoffer Nielbo, Qiyue Hu, Bin Liu, Mads Rosendahl Thomsen, Jianbo Gao



Long Paper (20+10min)

Taking the Livonians into the Digital Space

Valts Ernštreits, Gunta Kļava

3:50pm
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5:20pm
Poster Slam
Location: Ziedonis Hall
Chair: Annika Rockenberger
 
Poster

Towards Better Structured Online Data With the Project “News, Opinions or Something Else? Modeling Text Varieties in the Multilingual Internet”

Veronika Laippala, Saara Hellström, Sampo Pyysalo, Liina Repo, Samuel Rönnqvist, Anna Salmela, Valtteri Skantsi



Poster

Evaluating, Monitoring and Regulating the Identification of Offensive Content

Thomas Mandl, Prasenjit Majumder, Sandip Modha, Mohana Dave



Poster

The Grammar of Politics. Modelling Technocratic Speech and Argumentation in Parliamentary Debate 1918–2017

Ruben Ros



Poster

Live Sentiment Annotation of Movies via Arduino and a Slider

Thomas Schmidt, David Halbhuber



Poster

Object Recognition in Illustrated Children Books: Challenges of Applying Computer Vision Systems

Thomas Mandl, Im Chanjong, Helm Wiebke, Schmideler Sebastian



Poster

Studying Vernacularization and the Development of the Public Sphere through Modal Expressions in Written Finnish, 1820–1917

Antti Kanner, Hege Roivainen, Tuuli Tahko, Jani Marjanen



Poster

Adapting a Topic Modelling Tool to the Task of Finding Recurring Themes in Folk Legends

Maria Skeppstedt, Rickard Domeij, Fredrik Skott



Poster

The New Possibilities for Philological Research in the Digital Archive: the Case of “The Voices of Spring” by Maironis

Magdalena Slavinska



Poster

Digital Maps for Linguistic Diversity

Coppélie Cocq



Poster

Birth Certificate Enslavement – A Conspiracy from the Archives to the Internet

Rikard Lars Friberg von Sydow



Short Paper (10+5min)

Collecting and Storing the Historical Statistics Data on Baltic Countries in 1897–1939

Giedrius Žvaliauskas



Poster

Computer-Based Identification of Metric Verse Structures in Literary Prose of Portuguese Language

Joao Queiroz, Ricardo Carvalho, Angelo Loula



Poster

Starting Points in French Discourse Analysis’ Lexicometry to Study Political Tweets

Marge Käsper, Liina Maurer



Poster

"Sampo" Model and Semantic Portals for Digital Humanities on the Semantic Web

Eero Hyvönen



Poster

A Workflow for Integrating Close Reading and Automated Text Annotation

Maciej Janicki, Eetu Mäkelä, Anu Koivunen, Antti Kanner, Auli Harju, Julius Hokkanen, Olli Seuri



Poster

A Particularly Synergistic Triplet: Speech Technology, Digital Humanities and Accessibility

Jens Edlund, Johanna Berg, André Costa, Rickard Domeij, Martin Duneld, Nikolaj Lindberg, Jan Pedersen, Heidi Rosén, Christina Tånnander



Poster

A Proposed Workflow for Future Monograph Digitization Projects

Niklas Kristian Alén



Poster

Limits of Authenticity of Digitized Objects

Alžbeta Zavřelová, Petr Žabička



Poster

Legacy Data in a Digital Age

Ellert Thor Johannsson, Simonetta Battista, Tarrin Wills



Poster

Library Loan Data as a New Resource for Studying Literary Culture

Kati Johanna Launis, Erkki Sevänen



Poster

Open a GLAM Lab

Aisha Al Abdulla, Sarah Ames, Paula Bray, Gustavo Candela, Sally Chambers, Caleb Derven, Milena Dobreva, Katrine Gasser, Stefan Karner, Kristy Kokegei, Ditte Laursen, Mahendra Mahey, Abigail Potter, Armin Straube, Sophie-Carolin Wagner, Lotte Wilms

5:20pm
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6:10pm
DHN Annual General Meeting
Location: Ziedonis Hall
Date: Friday, 20/Mar/2020
9:00am
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10:50am
Keynote 4, Long Papers
Location: Ziedonis Hall
Chair: Coppélie Cocq
 
Keynote speaker (50min)

From Cow Sheds to Computer Screens: Some Thoughts on the Uses of Digital Humanities for the Study of Folkloristics in Iceland and Other Nordic Countries

Terry Gunnell



Long Paper (20+10min)

From Research to Revitalization: Fighting Language Endangerment with Digital Humanities

Joshua Wilbur



Long Paper (20+10min)

Supporting Research Use of WEB Archives: A ‘Labs’ Approach

Olga Holownia, Sally Chambers

3:30pm
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4:00pm
Closing Ceremony
Location: Ziedonis Hall
Best paper and poster awards. Presentation of DHN2021.

 
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