Program 2019

DH_Budapest_2019 Conference Program

 

Our sponsors:

COST Action

Innovációs és Technológiai Minisztérium

GALE Cengage Company (Premium sponsor)

Springer Nature

Qulto by Monguz Ltd.

 

25 September

Venue

Gólyavár/Freshmen’s castle (Múzeum körút 4. / G building)

12:00-14:00

Registration

14:00-15:30

Conference opening
Keynote lectures

Christof Schöch, Karina van Dalen-Oskam

15:30-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-18:00

Panel session about web-archiving

Márton Németh (Chair, National Széchényi Library)

Marie Haškovcová (National Library of the Czech Republic)

Kees Teszelszky (KB Dutch National Library)

Balázs Indig (ELTE.DH)

18:00-18:30

Coffee break

18:30-19:00

Poster presentations

19:00-21.00

Reception


 

26 September

Venue

Központi Olvasó (Múzeum körút 6-8. ground floor, Room 14.)

Room -150 (Múzeum körút 4. / ,A’ building, basement)

Chair

Zsolt Almási

Kees Teszelszky

10:00-10:30

Thomas Schmidt: Distant reading sentiments and emotions in historic German plays

Róbert Péter: Distant Reading of 18th-century English newspapers: challenges and opportunities

10:30-11:00

Leonard Konle: Semantic zeta: distinctive word cluster in genre

Gregory H Gilles: Female agency in the late roman republican: a social network approach

11:00-11:30

Cvetana Krstev, Jelena Jaćimović, Branislava Šandrih and Ranka Stanković: Analysis of the first Serbian literature corpus of the late 19th and early 20th century with the TXM platform

Margit Kiss: The potentials of stylometry for analyzing Hungarian historical texts

11:30-12:00

Coffee break

12:00-12:30

Gabriele Salciute Civiliene: Distant, deep, thick reading: towards the embodied computation of texts across languages

Alexander Schütze: A ‘distant reading’ of officials’ statues from Ancient Egypt’s late period

12:30-13:00

Diana Santos and Alberto Simões: Towards a computational environment for studying literature in Portuguese

Tamás Kiss: Identifying authors, themes, and authorial intent computationally in early modern ottoman chronicles

13:00-14:30

Lunch

Venue

Központi Olvasó (Múzeum körút 6-8. main building, ground floor, Room 14.)

Room -150 (Múzeum körút 4. / ,A’ building, basement)

Chair

Christof Schöch

Balázs Indig

14:30-15:00

Ranka Stankovic, Diana Santos, Francesca Frontini, Tomaž Erjavec and Carmen Brando: Named entity recognition for distant reading in several european literatures

Mark Ravina: Distant reading political discourse in nineteenth-century Japan

15:00-15:30

Silvie Cinková, Tomaž Erjavec, Cláudia Freitas, Ioana Galleron, Péter Horváth, Christian-Emil Ore, Pavel Smrž and Balázs Indig: Evaluation of taggers for 19th-century fiction

Orsolya Putz and Zoltán Varjú: Distant reading of US presidential speeches. Diachronic changes of the concept of American nation

I15:30-16:00

Maryam Foradi, Johannes Pein and Jan Kaßel: Phonetic transcription of classical literature: a learnersourcing-based approach 

Arjun Gosh: Ideological battles on Wikipedia: a computational study of the linkages between academic and popular histories

16:00-16:30

Coffee break

16:30-17:00

Chris Houghton: (Head of Digital Scholarship – International, Gale Primary Sources): 

Gale Digital Scholar Lab – distant reading 160 Million pages of digital archives

17:00-17:30

Keynote lecture

 Thorsten Ries

 


 

27 September

Venue

Központi Olvasó (Múzeum körút 6-8. main building,  ground floor, Room 14.)

Horváth János terem (Múzeum körút 4. / ,A’ building, room 329)



Chair

Katherine Bode

Jessie Labov

10:00-10:30

Anna Moskvina: Analysing online book reviews – a pattern based approach

Katerina Tiktopoulou, Konstantinos Theodoridis, Vasilis Vasiliadis, Eleni Petridou and Anna Saggou: Building distant reading tools for handling variations/ polytype in spelling: the case of the “Digital Solomos” project

10:30-11:00

Emese Ilyefalvi: Distant reading of Hungarian verbal charms

Chahan Vidal-Gorène, Aliénor Decours, Thomas Riccioli and Baptiste Queuche: Crowdsourcing and machine learning: case-study on classical Armenian

11:00-11:30

Ovio Olaru: The Swedish crime fiction boom in numbers. Quantitative approaches to Scandinavian Noir

Gábor Simon, Tímea Borbála Bajzát, Júlia Ballagó, Kitti Hauber, Zsuzsanna Havasi, Emese Kovács and Eszter Szlávich: Metaphor identification in different text types

11:30-12:00

Coffee break

12:00-12:30

Minako Nakamura and Kohji Shibano: Mining formulaic sequences from a huge corpus of Japanese TV closed caption


Zsolt Almási: Data, machine reading and literary studies

12:30-13:00

Marek Debnár: Quantitative Research of Essays in Slovakia: Past and Present

Silvie Cinková and Jan Rybicki: Stylometry in literary translation via universal dependencies: finally breaking the language barrier?

13:00-14:30

Lunch

Venue

Kari Tanácsterem (Múzeum körút 4. / ,A’ building,  ground floor)

Horváth János terem (Múzeum körút 4. / ,A’ building, room 329)

Chair

Thorsten Ries

Karina van Dalen-Oskam

14:30-15:00

Amelie Dorn, Barbara Piringer, Yalemisew Abgaz, Jose Luis Preza Diaz and Eveline Wandl-Vogt: Enrichment of legacy language data: linking lexical concepts in data collection questionnaires on the example of exploreAT!

Thomas Koentges: Measuring philosophy in the first 1,000 years of Greek literature

15:00-15:30

Ghazal Faraj and András Micsik: Enriching and linking Wikidata and COURAGE registry

Jake Reeder: Returntocinder.com: a concordance-style research index inspired by Jacques Derrida 

15:30-16:00

Davor Lauc and Darko Vitek: Developing logic of inexact concept comparison for historical entity linking

Andrej Gogora: The issue of the term ‘digital humanities’: translation and language diversity

16:00-16:30

Coffee break

16:30-17:00

Jiří Kocián, Jakub Mlynář and Pavel Obdržálek: Challenges of integrating multiple divergent audiovisual oral history collections: the case of the Malach Center for visual history in Prague

Charalampos Stergiopoulos, Georgios Markopoulos, Aggelos Malisovas and Dionysios Benetos:

Boethii, De institutione musica: A case study for the collation, edition, and annotation of the complete corpus through computer-assisted collation analysis

17:00-17:30

Andrea Gogova: From Grid to Rhizome: a Rethinking of a Layout arrangement of the Post-digital Text