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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 26/Sep/2016
8:00am
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9:00am
reg1: Registration
Location: Aula
9:00am
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5:00pm
eXist: eXistdb workshop
Location: Johannessaal (Johannes hall)
 

eXistdb: more than a database

M. Turska, L. Windauer

eXist Solutions

TextGrid: Manage, Edit, Publish, Explore: TextGrid workshop
Location: Theatersaal (Theatre hall)
 

Around the world in a TextGrid day. Edit, manage, publish and explore your TEI data with TextGrid and DARIAH-DE

S. Funk2, T. Kollatz1, O. Schmid3, S. Söring2, U. Veentjer2

1: Steinheim-Institut for German-Jewish History Essen, Germany; 2: Niedersächsische Staat- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen, Germany; 3: Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

9:30am
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5:00pm
ToolGallery: ACDH Tool Gallery 2.2: TEI Basics
Location: Sitzungssaal (Board room)
 

TEI Basics – A gentle introduction to Text Encoding

T. Wissik1, K. Mörth1, A. Bia2, G. Vogeler3, D. Schopper1, G. Schneider3, U. Czeitschner1, J. Bowers1, P. Andorfer1

1: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences; 2: Universidad Miguel Hernández; 3: Center for Information Modelling, University of Graz

Date: Tuesday, 27/Sep/2016
8:00am
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9:00am
reg2: Registration
Location: Aula
9:00am
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5:00pm
eXist(2): eXistdb workshop
Location: Johannessaal (Johannes hall)
Translatathon: TEI Translatathon
Location: Sitzungssaal (Board room)
 

TEI2German Translatathon

M. Scholger1, P. Stadler2

1: Centre for Information Modelling - Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz, Austria; 2: University of Paderborn, Germany

11:00am
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12:00pm
SIG ling: SIG meeting Linguistics
Location: Theatersaal (Theatre hall)
2:00pm
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5:30pm
SIG ling ws: Lexical information in the TEI workshop
Location: Theatersaal (Theatre hall)
 

Lexical information in the TEI: modelling and markup

P. Bański1, K. Mörth3, L. Romary2, A. Witt1

1: IDS - Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Germany; 2: INRIA, France; 3: ACDH-ÖAW, Austrian Academy of Sciences

Date: Wednesday, 28/Sep/2016
8:30am
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10:00am
reg3: Registration
Location: Aula
10:00am
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12:00pm
Opening: Opening ceremony & Keynote Tara Andrews
Location: Festsaal (Ceremonial hall)
Welcome
Michael Alram, Vice-President of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
Karlheinz Mörth, Director of the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities
Michelle Dalmau, Chair of the TEI-C Board of Directors
Claudia Resch, Chair of the local organizing committee
Keynote
Tara Lee Andrews, University of Vienna
 

Freeing Our Texts from their (Digital Tool)chains

T. L. Andrews

University of Vienna, Austria

12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch1: Lunch Break
Location: Aula
1:00pm
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2:30pm
Wed 1a: Tools (1): Input
Location: Johannessaal (Johannes hall)
Chair: Magdalena Turska, University of Oxford
 

TEIScribe: A graphic tool for composing and testing TEI documents in the context of the EVI-LINHD environment

E. González-Blanco1, A. Robles-Gómez1, S. Ros1, G. Del Rio Riande2, R. Hernández1, M. Urizar1, C. I. Martínez1, R. Pastor1, J. Cano1, A. C. Caminero1

1: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, UNED, Spain; 2: CONICET, Universidad de Buenos Aires


Building a collaborative editorial workbench for legal texts with complex structures

D. M. Schulz1, N. Geißler2, M. Perathoner2

1: Arbeitsstelle "Edition der fränkischen Herrschererlasse" (Cologne University, Germany); 2: Cologne Center for eHumanities (Cologne University, Germany)


Automating the validation of TEI metadata processing

D. Zielke, A. Petrus

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

Wed 1b: Techniques (1): Interacting with the web
Location: Sitzungssaal (Board room)
Chair: Fabio Ciotti, Università Roma Tor Vergata
 

Applying Standard Formats and Tools

S. Dumont, S. Haaf, T. Kraft, A. Czmiel, C. Thomas, M. Boenig

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany


Capturing the crowd-sourcing process: storing different stages of crowd-sourced transcriptions in TEI

R. Bleier1, R. Hadden2

1: University of Graz; 2: Maynooth University


Wiki2TEI: Wikipedias as sources for language research

K. Moerth, D. Schopper

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

2:30pm
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3:00pm
Break1: Coffee Break
Location: Aula
3:00pm
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4:30pm
Wed 2a: Tools (2): Output
Location: Johannessaal (Johannes hall)
Chair: Susanne Haaf, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities
 

Common Creativity international. CC-licensing and other options for TEI-based digital editions in an international context

V. Hannesschläger

Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences


T³ – Typesetting TEI Using TeX

M. Sievers

Trier Center for Digital Humanities, Germany


TEI Processing Model Toolbox

M. Turska, W. Meier

eXist Solutions

Wed 2b: Techniques (2): Library approaches
Location: Sitzungssaal (Board room)
Chair: James Cummings, University of Oxford
 

Islamic Manuscripts in Cambridge Digital Library & the German-French virtual library project Paleocoran

Y. Faghihi1, T. J. Jocham2

1: Cambridge University Library, United Kingdom; 2: Collège de France, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften


msDesc at Oxford and Cambridge

M. L. Holford1, H. Jones2, J. Cummings3

1: Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 2: University Library, Cambridge University; 3: Academic IT Services, University of Oxford


Creating a maintainable cataloging workflow and infrastructure using TEI

C. Rogers

Bodleian Library, United Kingdom

4:30pm
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5:00pm
Break2: Coffee Break
Location: Aula
5:00pm
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6:00pm
Wed 3: Tool Demonstration Session
Location: Festsaal (Ceremonial hall)
Chair: Kevin Hawkins, University of North Texas
 

CETEIcean, a JavaScript library for isomorphic TEI to HTML transformation

H. Cayless1, R. Viglianti2

1: Duke University; 2: University of Maryland


The Elwood Markup & Text Analyzer (TEMTA)

E. W. Lyman II

Independent Scholar, United States of America


Early Print: annotation module for TEI

M. Turska, W. Meier

eXist Solutions


STEP Transcriptor: a comprehensive TEI-XML compliant transcription app

A. De Tienne

Indiana University at Indianapolis, United States of America

7:00pm
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10:00pm
Dinner: Conference Dinner at Viennese wine tavern
at "Fuhrgassl-Huber", Neustift am Walde 68, 1190 Vienna
Date: Thursday, 29/Sep/2016
9:00am
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10:30am
SIG per: Towards a SIG Periodica (Preparatory meeting)
Location: Museumszimmer (Museum room)
Thu 1a: Methods (1): Linguistics
Location: Johannessaal (Johannes hall)
Chair: Elli Mylonas, Brown University
 

TEI and lemon: a comparative study on the lexical encoding and interoperability

J. Bowers1, T. Declerck2

1: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities; 2: DFKI GmbH, Saarland University


Exploring data models for heterogenous dialect data: the case of explore.bread.AT!

J. T. Bowers, M. Seltman

Austria Academy of Sciences, Austria


Encoding a Dictionary of Russian Dialects in TEI and linking to LOD Resources

D. Schopper1, K. Kovalenko3, T. Declerck2, E. Wandl-Vogt1

1: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austria; 2: DFKI GmbH, Saarland University -- Germany; 3: Institute for Linguistic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Thu 1b: Means (1): Visualisations & Versions
Location: Sitzungssaal (Board room)
Chair: Lou Burnard, Lou Burnard Consultancy
 

Wake up, standOff!

P. Banski2, B. Gaiffe3, P. Lopez4, S. Meoni3, L. Romary1, T. Schmidt2, P. Stadler5, A. Witt2

1: Inria, projet Alpage, Paris (FR); 2: IDS, Mannheim (DE); 3: Atilf, Nancy (FR); 4: Science Miner (FR); 5: Carl-Maria-von-Weber-Gesamtausgabe (DE)


TEI document and schema visualization and modeling using mindmaps.

A. Bia

Universidad Miguel Hernández, Spain


Purifying and Simplifying: Advanced TEI Customisation

J. Cummings

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

10:30am
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11:00am
Break3: Coffee Break
Location: Aula
11:00am
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12:30pm
SIG corr: SIG meeting: Correspondence
Location: Museumszimmer (Museum room)
Thu 2a: Methods (2): Variants
Location: Johannessaal (Johannes hall)
Chair: Piotr Banski, IDS Mannheim
 

Writing under the Magnifying Glass. Encoding the Text in Progress

F. Armaselu

Centre virtuel de la connaissance sur l'Europe (CVCE), Luxembourg


Tomayto, tomahto? Encoding variant taxonomies in TEI

H. Bermudez Sabel

Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain


Documenting Transmission: The Analysis of the Folk Process using Versioning Machine 5.0

R. Bleier1, R. Breen2

1: University of Graz; 2: Maynooth University

Thu 2b: Means (2): TEI³
Location: Sitzungssaal (Board room)
Chair: Elena González-Blanco, UNED
 

Encoding Text as a Nexus of Perspective Hierarchies: Case Studies in XML, LMNL, and RDF

W. M. Broughton

University of Cologne


We are TEI. You will be assimilated!

F. Ciotti

Università Roma Tor Vergata, Italy


Encoding Text about Things

G. Vogeler

Universität Graz, Austria

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch2: Lunch Break
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Poster pres.: Poster presentation session
Location: Festsaal (Ceremonial hall)
Chair: Laurent Romary, Inria
 

Andreas Okopenko: diaries from the poet’s estate (hybrid edition)

D. Hebenstreit1, A. Herberth1, L. Tezarek2, C. Zolles1

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: Literary Archives of the National Library, Austria


Bibliography in the Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine Epigraphic Project

G. Lembi, E. Mylonas, M. Satlow

Brown University, United States of America


Bringing TEI PM to Foggy Bottom

J. C. Wicentowski1, M. Turska2

1: U.S. Department of State; 2: eXist Solutions


Creating Digital Critical Editions with Readux

S. Palmer

Emory University, United States of America


Database of Belarusian Periodicals

S. Looschen1, I. Börner2

1: Carl von Ossietzky University, Germany; 2: University of Vienna, Austria


From DOCX via TEI to Literature Map

J. Wang

University Innsbruck, Austria


Hyperdonat, digital edition project

A. Pinche

CIHAM, UMR 5648, Lyon, France


Modeling a Body of Literature in TEI: Bibliotheca Hagiographica Syriaca Electronica

N. P. Gibson1,2, D. A. Michelson1

1: Vanderbilt University (TN, USA), Syriaca.org; 2: Ludwig Maximilian University (Munich, Germany)


Support for TEI editions in academic libraries An upcoming study of the Library Publishing Coalition

M. King1, P. Andorfer1, B. Rosenblum2

1: OeAw, Austria; 2: Kansas University


Tagging on Buddhist Images via IIIF and TEI encoding

K. Nagasaki1, T. Tsuda2, A. C. Muller3, M. Shimoda3

1: International Institute for Digital Humanities; 2: National Research Insitute for Cultural Properties; 3: University of Tokyo, Japan


TEI in the Archives: Unfolding The Bookshops in Paul’s Cross Churchyard

M. E. Zimmer

The Editorial Institute, Boston University, United States of America


The Digital Editions Catalogue App: A web application to browse, curate and analyse digital editions

G. Franzini1,2, P. Andorfer3

1: Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities; 2: UCL Centre for Digital Humanities; 3: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities


Towards a Repository of Senses for Use in TEI encoded Dictionaries

T. Declerck1, K. Mörth2

1: Saarland University, Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities; 2: ACDH @ Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria


Wienerisches Diarium Digital: Unlocking a historic newspaper for interdisciplinary studies with the TEI Guidelines

C. Resch1, D. Schopper1, V. Hannesschläger1, E. Wohlfarter1, A. Mader2, N. Fischer2

1: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences; 2: Institute for History of Art and Musicology, Austrian Academy of Sciences


STEP Transcriptor and STEP Text Comparator

A. De Tienne

Indiana University at Indianapolis, United States of America


EuRED : XML-TEI in database structure.

F. Vignale

Université du Maine, France


HowTo create your own digital edition web app – A blog

P. Andorfer2, D. Kampkaspar1

1: Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, Germany; 2: ACDH-ÖAW

3:30pm
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4:30pm
Poster ex.: Poster exhibition
Location: Aula
4:30pm
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5:30pm
Plenary: Whither TEI?
Location: Festsaal (Ceremonial hall)
 

Whither TEI: The Next Thirty Years

.. TEI Technical Council

TEI-C

5:30pm
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7:00pm
Reception: Wine reception in the Aula
Location: Aula
7:00pm
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8:00pm
Tour: Tour of the Austrian National Library
Josefsplatz 1, 1015 Vienna; Tour of the large ceremonial room and underground storage vault of the National Library
Date: Friday, 30/Sep/2016
9:00am
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10:30am
Fri 1a: Editions (1): Early Modern
Location: Johannessaal (Johannes hall)
Chair: Pip Willcox, University of Oxford
 

Encoding crime and punishment: a digital collection of historic broadsheets

C. Resch, D. Schopper

OEAW, Austria


The BVH in Tours and the "Bibliotheques françoises" project

T. Uetani1, S. Breuil2, M. Duboc2, G. Porte2

1: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), France; 2: Université François-Rabelais (Tours), France


Early Modern Slovenian Manuscripts Between Description, Critical Edition and Lexicon

M. Ogrin1, T. Erjavec2

1: Research Centre of Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia; 2: Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia

Fri 1b: Editing (1): Special text genres
Location: Sitzungssaal (Board room)
Chair: Anne Baillot, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
 

Converting and Representing Social Media Corpora into TEI: Schema and best practices from CLARIN-D

M. Beißwenger1, E. Ehrhardt2, A. Herold3, H. Lüngen4, A. Storrer2

1: University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany; 2: University of Mannheim, Germany; 3: Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, Germany; 4: Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Germany


Móricz Digital Edition - Possibilities and connections of a correspondence material

J. Kodolányi

Petőfi Literary Museum, Hungary


Biography as compilation: How to edit Georg Nikolaus Nissen’s "Biographie W.A.Mozart’s" (1828) in TEI

A. Morgenstern, A. Amminger

Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria

SIG txt: SIG meeting: Text & Graphics
Location: Museumszimmer (Museum room)
10:30am
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11:00am
Break4: Coffee Break
Location: Aula
11:00am
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12:30pm
Fri 2a: Editions (2): Great Men
Location: Johannessaal (Johannes hall)
Chair: Karlheinz Moerth, Austrian Academy of Sciences
 

TEI markup for the 90-volume edition of Leo Tolstoy's complete works

D. Skorinkin, E. Mozhaev

Higher School of Economics (HSE) Moscow, Russian Federation


Shakespeare’s N-grams at 400: Comparing Content Themes With Four Contemporaries

B. L. Pytlik Zillig

Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States of America


The Authoritative Bibliography for the Chymistry of Isaac Newton

M. Dalmau1, M. Beck Mink2, J. Voelkel3, J. A. Walsh1, W. Hooper1, W. R. Newman1, A. Fields III1

1: Indiana University; 2: Council of Library and Information Resources, Knox College; 3: Chemical Heritage Foundation

Fri 2b: Editing (2): Ancient texts
Location: Sitzungssaal (Board room)
Chair: Georg Vogeler, Universität Graz
 

Upconversion and Migration: Generating a TEI-Epidoc Corpus of Sicilian Inscriptions

J. Cummings1, J. Prag1, J. Chartrand2

1: University of Oxford; 2: Open Sky Solutions


Cantus Network – a semantically enriched digital edition of libri ordinarii of the Salzburg metropolitan province

R. Klugseder1, C. Steiner2

1: Austrian Academy of Sciences; 2: University of Graz


Does this shoe fit? Applying the TEI guidelines to Sanskrit philosophical texts

P. McAllister

Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe", Heidelberg University, Germany

SIG CMC: SIG meeting: Computer-Mediated Communication
Location: Museumszimmer (Museum room)
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch3: Lunch Break
Location: Aula
2:00pm
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4:00pm
Business: Open discussion & Business meeting
Location: Festsaal (Ceremonial hall)
Michelle Dalmeau // Hugh Cayless // Anne Baillot // Syd Bauman
Please follow this link to see the Business Meeting Agenda: http://www.tei-c.org/Membership/Meetings/2016/mm78.xml
4:00pm
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4:30pm
Closing: Closing remarks
Location: Festsaal (Ceremonial hall)
4:30pm
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5:00pm
Farewell: Farewell
Location: Aula

 
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