Conference Agenda

Session Overview
Location: Hall D
Level -1
 
Date: Tuesday, 17/Mar/2020
9:30am
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5:40pm
Workshop: TwinTalks 2. Understanding and Facilitating Collaboration in DH
Location: Hall D
Organized by Steven Krauwer (CLARIN ERIC / Utrecht University), Darja Fišer (CLARIN ERIC / University of Ljubljana)

 
Date: Wednesday, 18/Mar/2020
2:10pm
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3:40pm
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

4:10pm
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5:40pm
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


 
Date: Thursday, 19/Mar/2020
9:00am
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10:30am
Social Complexities and Digital World
Location: Hall D
Chair: Ilva Skulte
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

Intergenerational Justice as a Topic in the Discourse on Greta Thunberg and the School Strikes in Norwegian Mainstream and Social Media

Dag Elgesem, Andrea Kronstad Felde



Long Paper (20+10min)

Tracing Complexity in Food Blogging Entries

Maija Kāle, Ebenezer Agbozo



Long Paper (20+10min)

Distant Reading of Religious Online Communities: A Case Study for Three Religious Forums on Reddit

Thomas Schmidt, Florian Kaindl, Christian Wolff



Short Paper (10+5min)

New Empirical Resources for the Study of Contemporary Preaching – Presenting a Danish Sermon Corpus through Two Cases on Cultural Conformity and Representation of Christian Concepts

Anne Agersnap, Kirstine Helboe Johansen, Uffe Schjødt, Kristoffer Laigaard Nielbo, Ross Deans Kristensen-McLachlan

1:50pm
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3:20pm
Towards deterioration, disappearance or destruction? Discussing the critical issue of long-term sustainability of digital humanities projects
Location: Hall D
Chair: Mats Fridlund
Panel participants:
James Smithies, Director of King’s College Digital Lab, United Kingdom
Jessica Parland-von Essen, Senior Coordinator at CSC– IT Center for Science, Finland
Sean Takats, FNR PEARL Chair at Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History, Luxembourg
Victoria Johansson, Deputy Director of Lund University Humanities Lab, Sweden

 
Date: Friday, 20/Mar/2020
11:20am
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12:50pm
Topic Modeling, Stylometry, Poetry
Location: Hall D
Chair: Katrine F. Baunvig
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

Verse Form & Meaning: Using Topic Modeling to Trace Semantic Patterns Within Poetic Meters

Artjoms Šeļa, Boris Orekhov, Roman Leibov



Short Paper (10+5min)

What is Russian Elegy? Computational Study of a Nineteenth-Century Poetic Genre

Antonina Martynenko



Short Paper (10+5min)

Text Mining Themes of the Urban Night in Historical Literary Corpora

Hanne Emilia Juntunen



Long Paper (20+10min)

Exploring the Potential of Bootstrap Consensus Networks for Large-Scale Authorship Attribution in Luxdorph's Freedom of the Press Writings

Florian Meier, Birger Larsen, Frederik Stjernfelt

1:50pm
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3:20pm
DHN Board Meeting
Location: Hall D