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).

Please note that all times are shown in the time zone of the conference. The current conference time is: 26th Oct 2020, 08:23:55pm EET

 
 
Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 20/Oct/2020
10:00am
-
1:00pm
Tutorial: Hands-On Research Data Management for Digital Humanities
Location: Zoom
Organized by Annika Rockenberger (University of Oslo Library) and Philipp Conzett (UiT The Arctic University)
10:00am
-
3:00pm
Workshop: Higher Education Programs in Digital Humanities and Social Sciences: Challenges and Perspectives (updated)
Location: Zoom
Organized by Koraljka Golub (Linnaeus University), Isto Huvila (Uppsala University), Olle Skold (Uppsala University), Nuno Otero (Linnaues University), Marianne Ping Huang (Aarhus University), Mikko Tolonen (University of Helsinki)
10:30am
-
3:30pm
An Introduction to Computer Vision for Working with Digitised Heritage Collections
Location: Zoom
Organized by Daniel van Strien (Living with Machines, British Library), Katie McDonough (Living with Machines, The Alan Turing Institute), Kaspar Beelen (Living with Machines, The Alan Turing Institute), Kasra Hosseini (Living with Machines, The Alan Turing Institute), Amy Krause (Living with Machines, The University of Edinburgh)
11:00am
-
1:30pm
Workshop: TwinTalks 2. Understanding and Facilitating Collaboration in DH (updated)
Location: Zoom
Organized by Steven Krauwer (CLARIN ERIC / Utrecht University), Darja Fišer (CLARIN ERIC / University of Ljubljana)
12:00pm
-
5:00pm
Workshop and discussion: Digital Approaches to Endangered Language Communities: A Nordic Perspective
Location: Zoom / Livonian Institute (University of Lavia)
Chair: Valts Ernštreits, UL Livonian Institute,
The workshop and discussion organized by the Livonian Institute of the University of Latvia. Time and place: 12.00–17.00, 17 March 2020 at the UL Livonian Institute (Kronvalda bulvāris 4 – 220). More: http://www.livones.net/lili/en/notikumi/pasakumi/
12:00pm
-
5:10pm
Workshop: Parallel Corpora as Digital Resources and Their Applications
Location: Zoom
Organized by Natalia Perkova (Stockholm University / Uppsala University), Dmitri Sitchinava (Institute of the Russian Language / Higher School of Economics)
1:30pm
-
5:00pm
Workshop: Intellectual History and the Digital Humanities: Prospects and Challenges
Location: Zoom
Organized by Benjamin Martin (Uppsala University), Mark Hill (Helsinki University)
Date: Wednesday, 21/Oct/2020
9:40am
-
10:00am
Joining the session
Location: Lobby (Level -1) / Zoom
10:00am
-
10:30am
Opening
Location: Ziedonis Hall / Zoom
Chair: Sanita Reinsone, Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art, University of Latvia,
Andris Vilks, Director 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
10:30am
-
12:30pm
Plenary Session 1
Location: Ziedonis Hall / Zoom
Chair: Mikko Tolonen, University of Helsinki,
 
Keynote speaker (50min)

Responsible Artificial Intelligence

Virginia Dignum

Umeå University, Sweden



Keynote speaker (50min)

A Vaccine Against Fake News

Jon Roozenbeek

Cambridge Social Decision-Making Lab, University of Cambridge

12:30pm
-
12:50pm
Break and joining next session
Location: Zoom
12:50pm
-
2:20pm
Plenary Session 2
Location: Ziedonis Hall / Zoom
Chair: Normunds Grūzītis, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, University of Latvia,
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

Wrangling with Non-Standard Data

Eetu Mäkelä1, Krista Lagus1, Leo Lahti2, Tanja Säily1, Mikko Tolonen1, Mika Hämäläinen1, Samuli Kaislaniemi3, Terttu Nevalainen1

1: University of Helsinki, Finalnd; 2: University of Turku, Finland; 3: University of Eastern Finland, Finland



Long Paper (20+10min)

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

Antti Kanner1, Anu Koivunen2, Eetu Mäkelä1

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: Tampere University, Finland



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 Nielbo1, Qiyue Hu2, Bin Liu5, Mads Rosendahl Thomsen6, Jianbo Gao2,3,4

1: Center for Humanities Computing, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark; 2: Center for Geodata and Analysis, Faculty of Geographical Science,\\ Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China; 3: Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China; 4: International College, Guangxi University, Nanning, Guangxi, China; 5: Business School, Guangxi University, Nanning, Guangxi, China; 6: School of Communication and Culture, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark

2:20pm
-
3:00pm
Break and joining next session
Location: Zoom
3:00pm
-
4:30pm
Libraries and Digital Resources
Session 1

Location: Hall A / Zoom
Chair: Olga Holownia, IIPC / British Library,
 
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

Department of ALM, Uppsala University, Sweden



Short Paper (10+5min)

Detecting Social Structures Using Library Loan Data

Olli Nurmi1, Kati Launis2, Erkki Sevänen3

1: VTT, Finland; 2: University of Turku, Finland; 3: University of Eastern Finland, Finland



Long Paper (20+10min)

Hearth Tax Digital: New Narratives on Restoration England

Andrew Wareham1, Jakob Sonnberger2, Theresa Dellinger2, Georg Vogeler2

1: Roehampton University, UK; 2: Graz University, Austria



Short Paper (10+5min)

In Quest of Transition Books

Denis Kotkov1, Kati Launis2, Mats Neovius1

1: Åbo Akademi, Finland; 2: University of Turku, Finland

Parliamentary Corpora
Session 2

Location: Zoom
Chair: Ilze Auziņa, Institute of Mathematics and Computers Science, University of Latvia,
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Ilva Skulte, Normunds Kozlovs

Riga Stradins University, Latvia



Short Paper (10+5min)

Analyzing Candidate Speaking Time in Estonian Parliament Election Debates

Siim Talts, Tanel Alumäe

Tallinn University of Technology, Institute of Software Science, Estonia



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 Kettunen1, Matti La Mela2

1: University of Helsinki, National Library of Finland, Finalnd; 2: Aalto University, Semantic Computing Research Group, Finland



Long Paper (20+10min)

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

Benjamin G. Martin1,2

1: Uppsala University, Department of History of Science and Ideas; 2: affiliated researcher, Umeå University, Humlab

Social Media and Discourse
Session 3

Location: Zoom
Chair: Kristoffer Nielbo, Aarhus University,
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

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

Martin Camps

University of the Pacific, US



Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Ieva Strode

University of Latvia, Latvia



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

Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark



Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Tadas Ziziunas, Darius Amilevicius

Vilnius University, Lithuania

4:30pm
-
4:40pm
Break and joining next session
Location: Zoom
4:40pm
-
6:10pm
Historical Studies, AI, Linked Data
Session 1

Location: Hall A / Zoom
Chair: Eetu Mäkelä, University of Helsinki,
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

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

Mats Dahllöf

Uppsala University, Sweden



Short Paper (10+5min)

Linked Open Data Vocabularies and Identifiers for Medieval Studies

Toby Burrows1, Antoine Brix2, Doug Emery3, Mitch Fraas3, Eero Hyvönen4, Esko Ikkala4, Mikko Koho4, David Lewis1, Synnøve Myking2, Kevin Page1, Lynn Ransom3, Emma Thomson3, Jouni Tuominen4, Hanno Wijsman2, Pip Willcox5

1: University of Oxford, UK; 2: Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes, France; 3: University of Pennyslvania, US; 4: Aalto University, Finland; 5: The National Archives, UK



Short Paper (10+5min)

An Artificial Intelligence Approach to Segmenting Medieval Manuscripts with Complex Layouts

Lisandra S. Costiner1, Lizeth Gonzalez Carabarin2

1: Merton College, University of Oxford, UK; 2: Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands



Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Petri Leskinen1, Eero Hyvönen1,2

1: Aalto University, Finland; 2: University of Helsinki, Finland



Short Paper (10+5min)

Personal Names as Mirrors of the Past in Medieval Northwestern Russia

Jaakko Raunamaa, Antti Kanner

University of Helsinki, Finalnd

Newspapers
Session 2

Location: Zoom
Chair: Anda Baklāne, National Library of Latvia, Latvia,
 
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

University of Innsbruck, University of Vienna, Austria



Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Leon Wessels

Utrecht University, The Netherlands



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

University of Helsinki, Finalnd



Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Jacobo Rouces, Lars Borin, Nina Tahmasebi

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Museums, Education and Technology
Session 3

Location: Zoom
Chair: Ditte Laursen, Royal Danish Library,
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

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

Nadezhda Povroznik

Perm State University, Russia; University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg



Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Gabriella Di Feola, Erik Einebrant, Fredrik Trella

Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden



Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Nadzeya Charapan

Uppsala University, Sweden; Vilnius University, Lithuania



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

Stockholm University, Sweden



Short Paper (10+5min)

Óravíddir: Interactive Exhibition about the Icelandic Language

Trausti Dagsson, Jón Hilmar Jónsson, Eva María Jónsdóttir

The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Iceland

Date: Thursday, 22/Oct/2020
9:40am
-
10:00am
Joining the session (2nd day)
Location: Lobby (Level -1) / Zoom
10:00am
-
11:30am
Literary Data and Collections
Session 1

Location: Hall A / Zoom
Chair: Artjoms Šeļa, Institute of Polish Language (Krakow, Poland) / University of Tartu (Estonia),
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

Emotional Imprints: Letter-Spacing in N.F.S. Grundtvig's Writings

Katrine F. Baunvig1, Oliver S. Jarvis2, Kristoffer L. Nielbo2

1: Aarhus University, The Grundtvig Study Centre, Denmark; 2: Aarhus University, Centre for Humanities Computing, Denmark



Short Paper (10+5min)

Inheriting Digital Projects: How to Keep Ibsen Alive Online

Nina Marie Evensen

University of Oslo, Norway



Short Paper (10+5min)

Gulag Literature: Looking through the Glass of Digital Humanities

Kseniia Alexandrovna Tereshchenko

ITMO University, Russia



Long Paper (20+10min)

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

Olga Holownia1, Sally Chambers2

1: IIPC, British Library, UK; 2: Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities, Ghent University, Belgium

OCR, Lexicography
Session 2

Location: Zoom
Chair: Annika Rockenberger, University of Oslo Library,
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

Supervised OCR Post-Correction of Historical Swedish Texts: What Role does the OCR System Play?

Dana Dannells1, Simon Persson2

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



Short Paper (10+5min)

Targeted, Neural Re-OCR of Norwegian Fraktur

Andre Kåsen, Lars G. Johnsen

National Library of Norway, Norway



Short Paper (10+5min)

Handwritten Text Recognition and Linguistic Research

Erik M. Petzell

Institute for language and folklore, Department for dialectology, onomastics and folklore research in Gothenburg, Sweden



Long Paper (20+10min)

Integrating TEI/XML Text With Semantic Lexicographic Data

Tarrin Wills, Ellert Thór Jóhannsson, Simonetta Battista

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Social Complexities and Digital World
Session 3

Location: Zoom
Chair: Rita Grīnvalde, Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art, University of Latvia,
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

Tracing Complexity in Food Blogging Entries

Maija Kāle1, Ebenezer Agbozo2

1: University of Latvia, Latvia; 2: Ural Federal University, Russia



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

Media Informatics Group, University of Regensburg, Germany



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

Aarhus University, Denmark



Short Paper (10+5min)

Digitalisation in Legal Education vis-à-vis Legal Profession: Glimpses from India

VED PAL SINGH

Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak (Haryana), India,

11:30am
-
11:50am
Break and joining next session
Location: Zoom
11:50am
-
12:50pm
Plenary Session 3
Location: Hall A / Zoom
Chair: Koraljka Golub, Linnaeus University,
 
Keynote speaker (50min)

Digital Emotions: Hybrid Structure of Emotional Impacts

Jurģis Šķilters

Laboratory for Perceptual and Cognitive Systems, University of Latvia

12:50pm
-
2:20pm
Poster Slam
Location: Zoom / http://dig-hum-nord.eu/conferences/dhn2020/ / Twitter / Facebook
Chair: Annika Rockenberger, University of Oslo Library,
Chair: Olga Holownia, IIPC / British Library,
 
Poster

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

Rikard Lars Friberg von Sydow

Södertörn University, Sweden



Poster

LIBDAT: Towards a More Advanced Loaning and Reading Culture and Its Information Service

Kati Johanna Launis, Erkki Sevänen

University of Eastern Finland, Finland



Poster

A Proposed Workflow for Future Monograph Digitization Projects

Niklas Kristian Alén

Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura / Finnish Literature Society, Finland



Poster

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

Maria Skeppstedt, Rickard Domeij, Fredrik Skott

The Institute for Language and Folklore, Sweden



Poster

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

Eero Hyvönen

University of Helsinki (HELDIG) and Aalto University, Finland



Poster

Becoming a State Language: Finnish Public Debate and Modal Grammar 1820–1917

Antti Kanner, Hege Roivainen, Tuuli Tahko, Jani Marjanen

University of Helsinki, Finalnd



Poster

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

Ruben Ros

Utrecht University, The Netherlands



Poster

Open a GLAM Lab

Aisha Al Abdulla3, Sarah Ames12, Paula Bray10, Gustavo Candela5, Sally Chambers11, Caleb Derven4, Milena Dobreva9, Katrine Gasser1, Stefan Karner13, Kristy Kokegei6, Ditte Laursen1, Mahendra Mahey8, Abigail Potter2, Armin Straube9, Sophie-Carolin Wagner13, Lotte Wilms7

1: Royal Danish Library, Denmark; 2: Library of Congress Digital Innovation Lab, US; 3: Qatar University Library, Qatar; 4: University of Limerick, Ireland; 5: Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, University of Alicante, Spain; 6: History Trust of South Australia, Australia; 7: KB Research Lab, The Netherlands; 8: British Library Labs, UL; 9: UCL Qatar, Qatar; 10: State Library of NSW, UK; 11: Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities, Ghent University, Belgium; 12: National Library of Scotland, UK; 13: ONB Labs, Austrian National Library, Austria



Poster

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

Joao Queiroz1, Ricardo Carvalho2, Angelo Loula3

1: Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais, Brazil; 2: State University of Feira de Santana, Bahia, Brazil; 3: State University of Feira de Santana, Bahia, Brazil



Poster

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

Magdalena Slavinska

Vilnius University, Lithuania



Poster

Digital Maps for Linguistic Diversity

Coppélie Cocq

University of Helsinki, Finland



Poster

Legacy Data in a Digital Age

Ellert Thor Johannsson, Simonetta Battista, Tarrin Wills

University of Copenhagen, Denmark



Poster

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

Marge Käsper, Liina Maurer

University of Tartu, Estonia



Poster

Thinking Larger: A Database of Medical Knowledge and Hospital Architecture Between the Ottoman and Europe in the 19th Century in the Light of Documents from Archives

Hilal Ersan

RWTH Aaachen University, Germany



Poster

Evaluating, Monitoring and Regulating the Identification of Offensive Content

Thomas Mandl1, Prasenjit Majumder2, Sandip Modha2, Mohana Dave3

1: University of Hildesheim, Germany; 2: DA-IICT, Gandhinagar, India; 3: LDRP-ITR, Gandhinagar, India



Poster

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

Thomas Mandl1, Im Chanjong1, Helm Wiebke2, Schmideler Sebastian2

1: University of Hildesheim, Germany; 2: University of Leipzig, Germany



Poster

Limits of Authenticity of Digitized Objects

Alžbeta Zavřelová, Petr Žabička

Moravian Library in Brno, Czech Republic



Poster

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

Veronika Laippala1, Saara Hellström1, Sampo Pyysalo1, Liina Repo1, Samuel Rönnqvist1, Anna Salmela1, Valtteri Skantsi1,2

1: University of Turku, Finland; 2: University of Oulu, Finland



Poster

A Workflow for Integrating Close Reading and Automated Text Annotation

Maciej Janicki1, Eetu Mäkelä1, Anu Koivunen2, Antti Kanner1, Auli Harju2, Julius Hokkanen2, Olli Seuri3

1: University of Helsinki, Department of Digital Humanities, Finland; 2: University of Tampere, Faculty of Social Sciences, Finland; 3: University of Tampere, Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences, Finland



Poster

Live Sentiment Annotation of Movies via Arduino and a Slider

Thomas Schmidt, David Halbhuber

Media Informatics Group, University of Regensburg, Germany

1:50pm
-
2:20pm
Break and joining next session
Location: Zoom
2:20pm
-
3:40pm
Historical and Literary Resources, Linked Open Data
Session 1

Location: Hall A / Zoom
Chair: Normunds Grūzītis, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, University of Latvia,
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

Building a Linked Open Data Portal of War Victims in Finland 1914–1922

Heikki Rantala1, Ilkka Jokipii2,3, Mikko Koho1, Esko Ikkala1, Jouni Tuominen1,2, Eero Hyvönen1,2

1: Aalto University, Semantic Computing Research Group (SeCo), Finland; 2: University of Helsinki, Helsinki Centre for Digital Humanities (HELDIG), Finland; 3: The National Archives of Finland, Finland



Short Paper (10+5min)

Linked Data for Digital Humanities Scholars and Researchers: “Rainis and Aspazija” Collection

Uldis Bojārs, Anita Rašmane, Anita Goldberga

National Library of Latvia, Latvia



Long Paper (20+10min)

Estonian Language Community ca. 1900: Learning from Linked Metadata

Peeter Tinits1,2,3

1: Tallinn University, Estonia; 2: University of Tartu, Estonia; 3: National Library of Estonia, Estonia



Short Paper (10+5min)

Linked Open Data Infrastructure for Digital Humanities in Finland

Eero Hyvönen

University of Helsinki (HELDIG) and Aalto University, Finland



Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Giedrius Žvaliauskas

Vilnius University, Lithuania

Towards deterioration, disappearance or destruction? Discussing the critical issue of long-term sustainability of digital humanities projects
Session 2

Location: Zoom
Chair: Mats Fridlund, University of Gothenburg,
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
NER, Annotation, Clustering
Session 3

Location: Zoom
Chair: Inguna Skadina, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, University of Latvia,
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

Evolving Political Keywords 1945–1989: Clustering Word Distributions in 3 100 Swedish Governmental Official Reports

Fredrik Norén, Roger Mähler

Umeå University, Humlab, Sweden



Long Paper (20+10min)

Name the Name – Named Entity Recognition in OCRed 19th and Early 20th Century Finnish Newspaper and Journal Collection Data

Teemu Ruokolainen, Kimmo Kettunen

University of Helsinki, National Library of Finland, Finalnd



Short Paper (10+5min)

Challenges in Annotation: Annotator Experiences from a Crowdsourced Emotion Annotation Task

Emily Öhman

University of Helsinki, Finalnd



Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Olga Gerassimenko1, Kadri Vider1, Neeme Kahusk1, Marin Laak2, Kaarel Veskis2

1: University of Tartu, Center of Estonian Language Resources, Estonia; 2: Estonian Literary Museum, Estonia

3:40pm
-
4:00pm
Break and joining next session
Location: Zoom
4:00pm
-
5:00pm
DHN Annual General Meeting
Location: Zoom
Date: Friday, 23/Oct/2020
9:40am
-
10:00am
Joining the session (3rd day)
Location: Lobby (Level -1) / Zoom
10:00am
-
11:30am
Maps, Digital Archives
Session 1

Location: Hall A / Zoom
Chair: Mari Sarv, Estonian Literary Museum,
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

Digital Mapping: Research Method and Data Representation Tool in garamantas.lv

Sandis Laime

Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art, University of Latvia, Latvia



Short Paper (10+5min)

Arctic Visible: Mapping the Visual Representations of Indigenous Peoples in the Nineteenth-Century Western Arctic

Eavan Fiona O'Dochartaigh

Umeå University, Sweden



Short Paper (10+5min)

Time-Layered Cultural Map of Australia

Paul Arthur1, Erik Champion2, Hugh Craig3, Ning Gu4, Mark Harvey3, Victoria Haskins3, Andrew May5, Bill Pascoe3, Alana Piper6, Lyndall Ryan3, Rosalind Smith3, Deb Verhoeven7

1: Edith Cowan University, Australia; 2: Curtin University, Australia; 3: University of Newcastle, Australia; 4: University of South Australia, Australia; 5: The University of Melbourne, Australia; 6: University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 7: University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada



Short Paper (10+5min)

Incomplete Architectural Projects – a Digital Repository Based on the OMEKA System

Ewa Serafin-Prusator, Maciej Tarkowski

University of Warsaw, Digital Competances Center, Poland

Digital Infrastructures
Session 2

Location: Zoom
Chair: Anda Baklāne, National Library of Latvia, Latvia,
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

CLARIN in Latvia: from the Preparatory Phase to the Construction Phase and Operation

Inguna Skadina, Ilze Auziņa, Normunds Grūzītis, Arturs Znotiņš

The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Latvia, Latvia



Long Paper (20+10min)

Evaluating a DH Tool; the First 18 Months of the Gale Digital Scholar Lab and the Future of Academic/Corporate Partnerships

Christopher Michael Houghton

Gale, A Cengage Company, US



Short Paper (10+5min)

Studying Transnational Digital Spaces: Methodological Vistas and Challenges

Anastasia A. Ivanova

Saint Petersburg University, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation



Short Paper (10+5min)

The 10M Balanced Corpus of Modern Latvian (LVK2018)

Kristīne Levāne-Petrova

The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Latvia, Latvia

Topic Modeling, Stylometry, Poetry
Session 3

Location: Zoom
Chair: Katrine F. Baunvig, Aarhus University,
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

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

Antonina Martynenko

University of Tartu, Estoni; Institute of Russian Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia



Short Paper (10+5min)

Text Mining Themes of the Urban Night in Historical Literary Corpora

Hanne Emilia Juntunen

Tampere University, Finland



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

Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark

11:30am
-
12:00pm
Break and joining next session
Location: Zoom
12:00pm
-
1:30pm
Texts and Lexical Diversity
Session 1

Location: Hall A / Zoom
Chair: Valts Ernštreits, UL Livonian Institute,
 
Long Paper (20+10min)

Studying Semantic Domains in Akkadian Texts

Heidi Jauhiainen, Krister Lindén, Saana Svärd, Tero Alstola, Aleksi Sahala

University of Helsinki, Finland



Long Paper (20+10min)

Using Word Statistics in Studying Variation of Folksongs

Mari Sarv

Estonian Literary Museum, Estonia



Short Paper (10+5min)

Short Texts in the Corpus of Early Written Latvian (www.korpuss.lv/senie)

Everita Andronova

The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Latvia, Latvia



Short Paper (10+5min)

Comparing Word Frequencies and Lexical Diversity with the ZipfExplorer Tool

Steven Coats

University of Oulu, Finland

Crowdsourcing, Audiovisual Heritage
Session 2

Location: Zoom
Chair: Sandis Laime, Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art, University of Latvia,
 
Short Paper (10+5min)

Crowdsourcing Metadata for Audiovisual Cultural Heritage: Finnish Full-Length Films, 1946–1985

Hannu Salmi1,4, Kimmo Laine2,3, Tommi Römpötti2, Noora Kallioniemi1, Elina Karvo1

1: University of Turku, Department of Cultural History, Finland; 2: University of Turku, Department of Media Studies, Finland; 3: University of Oulu, Department of Art Studies and Anthropology, Finlanf; 4: Turku Group for Digital History, Finland



Long Paper (20+10min)

Emotion Preservation in Translation: Evaluating Datasets for Annotation Projection

Kaisla Kajava1, Emily Öhman1, Hui Piao2, Jörg Tiedemann1

1: University of Helsinki, Finalnd; 2: University of Tokyo, Japan



Short Paper (10+5min)

Towards an Analysis of Gender in Video Game Culture: Exploring Gender-Specific Vocabulary in Video Game Magazines

Thomas Schmidt, Isabella Engl, Juliane Herzog, Lisa Judisch

Media Informatics Group, University of Regensburg, Germany



Long Paper (20+10min)

Digital Analysis and Machine View on Latvian National Catalogue of Museum Collections

Maija Spurina

Latvian Academy of Culture, Latvia

 
1:30pm
-
2:00pm
Break and joining next session
Location: Zoom
2:00pm
-
3:50pm
Plenary Session 4
Location: Hall A / Zoom
Chair: Coppélie Cocq, University of Helsinki,
 
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

University of Iceland



Long Paper (20+10min)

From Research to Revitalization: Fighting Language Endangerment with Digital Humanities

Joshua Wilbur

Tartu University, Estonia



Long Paper (20+10min)

Taking the Livonians into the Digital Space

Valts Ernštreits, Gunta Kļava

University of Latvia Livonian Institute, Latvia

3:50pm
-
4:00pm
Break and joining next session
Location: Zoom
4:00pm
-
4:30pm
Closing Ceremony
Location: Hall A / Zoom
Chair: Anda Baklāne, National Library of Latvia, Latvia,
Best paper and poster awards. Presentation of DHN2022.
4:30pm
-
6:00pm
DHN2020 Farewell Drink and Chat
Location: Lobby (Ground floor) / Zoom / Slack / Twitter / Facebook

 
Contact and Legal Notice · Contact Address:
Privacy Statement · Conference: DHN 2020
Conference Software - ConfTool Pro 2.6.135
© 2001 - 2020 by Dr. H. Weinreich, Hamburg, Germany