Conference Agenda

Session Overview
 
Date: Wednesday, 18/Mar/2020
8:30am
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9:30am
Registration
Location: Lobby (Ground floor)
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

10:50am
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11:20am
Coffee Break
Location: Lobby (Level -1)
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

1:10pm
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2:10pm
Lunch
Location: Lobby (Level -1)
2:10pm
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3:40pm
Libraries and Digital Resources
Location: Hall A
Chair: Koraljka Golub
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

Online Participatory Memory Work: Understanding the Potential Roles of Online Mnemonic Communities in Building the Collections of Public Memory Institutions

Ina-Maria Jansson, Olle Sköld



Short Paper (10+5min)

Detecting Social Structures Using Library Loan Data

Olli Nurmi, Kati Launis, Erkki Sevänen



Short Paper (10+5min)

Automatic Morphological Annotation of Ego-Documents: Evaluating Automatically Disambiguated Annotation of Estonian Semper-Barbarus Correspondence Corpus

Olga Gerassimenko, Kadri Vider, Neeme Kahusk, Marin Laak, Kaarel Veskis



Long Paper (20+10min)

Hearth Tax Digital: New Narratives on Restoration England

Andrew Wareham, Jakob Sonnberger, Theresa Dellinger, Georg Vogeler



Short Paper (10+5min)

In Quest of Transition Books

Denis Kotkov, Kati Launis, Mats Neovius

Parliamentary Corpora
Location: Hall B
Chair: Ilze Auziņa
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

Discourse on Safety / Security in the Parliamentary Corpus of Latvian Saeima

Ilva Skulte, Normunds Kozlovs



Short Paper (10+5min)

Analyzing Candidate Speaking Time in Estonian Parliament Election Debates

Siim Talts, Tanel Alumäe



Long Paper (20+10min)

Digging Deeper into the Finnish Parliamentary Protocols – Using a Lexical Semantic Tagger for Studying Meaning Change of Everyman’s Rights (Allemansrätten)

Kimmo Kettunen, Matti La Mela



Long Paper (20+10min)

Keeping it Simple: Word Trend Analysis for the Intellectual History of International Relations

Benjamin G. Martin

Social Media and Discourse
Location: Hall D
Chair: Kristoffer Nielbo
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

“Memes” as Activism in the Context of the US and Mexico Border

Martin Camps



Short Paper (10+5min)

Assembling the Unrepresentable: Allegories of Violence on Digital Platforms in Latvia

Kārlis Lakševics



Short Paper (10+5min)

Impact of Technologies on Political Behaviour: What Does it Mean to be “Good Digital Citizen”

Ieva Strode



Short Paper (10+5min)

Human-Centered Humanities: Using Stimulus Material for Requirements Elicitation in the Design Process of a Digital Archive

Tamás Fergencs, Dominika Illés, Olga Pilawka, Florian Meier



Short Paper (10+5min)

3D and AI technologies for the development of automated monitoring of urban cultural heritage

Tadas Ziziunas, Darius Amilevicius

3:40pm
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4:10pm
Coffee Break
Location: Lobby (Level -1)
4:10pm
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5:40pm
Historical Studies, AI, Linked Data
Location: Hall A
Chair: Eetu Mäkelä
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

Classification of Medieval Documents: Determining the Issuer, Place of Issue, and Decade for Old Swedish Charters

Mats Dahllöf



Short Paper (10+5min)

Linked Open Data Vocabularies and Identifiers for Medieval Studies

Toby Burrows, Antoine Brix, Doug Emery, Mitch Fraas, Eero Hyvönen, Esko Ikkala, Mikko Koho, David Lewis, Synnøve Myking, Kevin Page, Lynn Ransom, Emma Thomson, Jouni Tuominen, Hanno Wijsman, Pip Willcox



Short Paper (10+5min)

An Artificial Intelligence Approach to Segmenting Medieval Manuscripts with Complex Layouts

Lisandra S. Costiner, Lizeth Gonzalez Carabarin



Short Paper (10+5min)

Linked Open Data Service about Historical Finnish Academic People in 1640–1899

Petri Leskinen, Eero Hyvönen



Short Paper (10+5min)

Personal Names as Mirrors of the Past in Medieval Northwestern Russia

Jaakko Raunamaa, Antti Kanner

Newspapers
Location: Hall B
Chair: Anda Baklāne
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

Can Umlauts Ruin your Research in Digitized Newspaper Collections? A NewsEye Case Study on ‘the Dark Sides of War’ (1914–1918)

Barbara Klaus



Short Paper (10+5min)

The Life and Death of Newspapers: Using Metadata to Assess the Outlook and Trajectories of Newspapers in Finland, 1771–1917

Zafar Hussain, Eetu Mäkelä, Jani Marjanen, Mikko Tolonen



Short Paper (10+5min)

Foreignizing the Other: National Identity and the Concept of Aristocrat in Dutch Historical Newspapers

Leon Wessels



Long Paper (20+10min)

Disappearing Discourses: Avoiding Anachronisms and Teleology with Data-Driven Methods in Studying Digital Newspaper Collections

Elaine Zosa, Simon Hengchen, Jani Marjanen, Lidia Pivovarova, Mikko Tolonen



Short Paper (10+5min)

Creating an Annotated Corpus for Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis in Swedish

Jacobo Rouces, Lars Borin, Nina Tahmasebi

Museums, Education and Technology
Location: Hall D
Chair: Ditte Laursen
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

Digital History of Virtual Museums: The Transition from Analog to Internet Environment

Nadezhda Povroznik



Short Paper (10+5min)

Museums, Technology and Social Interaction in “Anyone Can Innovate!”

Gabriella Di Feola, Erik Einebrant, Fredrik Trella



Short Paper (10+5min)

No Longer Obsolete: Mapping Digital Literacy Skills for Museum Professionals in Sweden and Lithuania

Nadzeya Charapan



Short Paper (10+5min)

Beginning Latvian and Lithuanian as University Level Distance Learning Courses – Experiences and Reflections from the Past Two Years of Teaching

Lilita Zalkalns

7:00pm
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10:00pm
Reception hosted by the Nordic Council of Ministers' Office in Latvia
Location: K. K. fon Stricka villa
Aristida Briāna iela 9, Rīga, LV1011