Program

DH_Budapest_2018 Conference Program

The program can be downloaded from here.
The abstracts for the paper presentations, as well as for the poster presentations and workshops can be downloaded from here and here.

Conference venue:

Eötvös Loránd University, Múzeum krt. 6-8., 1088 Budapest, Hungary

28 May
Venue: Gólyavár/Freshman’s castle (Múzeum krt. 4/g)
09:00-10:00 Registration
10:00-10:30 Opening ceremony
10:30-13:00 Keynote speakers: Wolfgang Ernst, Patrick Sahle,
Susan Schreibman, Dirk Van Hulle
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:30-18:00 Poster session
20:00- Evening reception
29 May
Venue: Szekfű Gyula Library
(Múzeum krt. 6-8. First floor,
Room 115-117.)
Central Reading Hall
(Múzeum körút 6-8. Ground Floor, Room 14.)
10:00-10:30 Ágoston Zénó Bernád, Maximilian Kaiser, Katalin Lejtovicz, Peter A. Rumpolt and Matthias Schlögl: Corpus Analysis and Source Criticism – Measuring the Austrian Biographical Dictionary 1815–1950 (ÖBL) Anne Ferger, Daniel Jettka and Timm Lehmberg: Categorization of Language Documentation Data – A Graph-based Approach
10:30-11:00 Davor Lauc and Darko Vitek: From the History to the Story – Harvesting Non-Monotonic Logic and Deep Learning to Generate Multilingual Family Narratives From Genealogical Data Bogata Timar, Erika Asztalos, Ditta Szabó and Nikolett F. Gulyas: The Typological Database of the Ugric Languages: establishing a long-term project
11:00-11:30 Bettina Fabos, Leslie Waters, Kristina Poznan and Anita Fabos: Re-writing Hungarian history with an interactive website: the digital humanities timeline project Proud and Torn
11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-12:30 Dimitar Illiev, Dobromir Dobrev and Grigor Boykov: Researching inscriptions and archives in the DH Lab to the University of Sofia: challenges, methods and perspectives Andrea Hrčková:Increasing the findability of digital heritage documents by using Search Engine Optimization methods
12:30-13:00 Cristina Vertan: Multilevel Annotation of Historical Documents Filomena Sousa:What about Digital Platforms of Intangible Cultural Heritage?
13:00-13:30 Tamás Kiss: Introducing Ottoman Turkish Text Analysis Software Rumi 1.0: A Quantitative Analysis of Gelibolulu Mustafa ‘Ali’s Works
13:30-14:30 Lunch
14:30-15:00 Lucia Vannini: Crowdsourcing projects in Classics: a reflection on models of collaborative editing of primary sources Majlinda Muka and Dorina Xheraj-Subashi: The influence of digital storytelling on the achievement competences of students in cultural heritage teaching
15:00-15:30 Béla Adamik: Demonstration of the Computerized Historical Linguistic Database of the Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age Tibor Koltay: Digital humanities: opportunities and challenges for librarians, library and information science and information literacy
15:30-16:00 Dávid Bartus, Zoltán Czajlik and László Rupnik: Born digital from ruins: preserving and disseminating digital cultural heritage. A case study of an aerial archaeological archive
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
16:30-17:00 Zsolt Almási: Fitness for or Fitness of purpose?: The Database as Service, Building the Hungarian Shakespeare Archive Sara Wagner: Cultural heritage, digital access: the DIY archiving process of the Syrius band (1969–1973) and what it reveals
17:00-17:30 Laura Dietz, Claire Warwick and Samantha Rayner: Owning the ‘Unreal’: keeping and collecting digital novels Patrick Egan: Re-imagining Music Projects from the Seán Ó Riada Collection
17:30-18:00 Roel Smeets and Maartje Weenink: Opposite-Sex Relations in Present-Day Dutch Literature. A Network Analytical Approach to Character Representations Anna Neovesky and Frederic von Vlahovits: IncipitSearch: A common interface for searching in music repositories

 

30 May
Venue: Szekfű Gyula Library
(Múzeum krt. 6-8. First floor,
Room 115-117.)
Central Reading Hall
(Múzeum körút 6-8. Ground Floor, Room 14.)
10:00-10:30 Miklós Tamási, András Török and Bettina Fabos: Duplicating the Fortepan Photo Archive in Neighbouring Countries Daniel L. Golden: Epistemological commitments in digital humanities
10:30-11:00 Bálint Dömölki: Structure of a historical data archive Melinda Vásári: Securing the literary evidence. Some perspectives on digital forensics
11:00-11:30 Ioulia Pentazou and Ioanna Laliotou: Digitizing the History of Academia: Creating the Digital Archive of the University of Thessaly Bernadett Csurgó, Judit Gárdos, Szabina Kerényi, Éva Kovács and Andras Micsik: Building, analysing. The COURAGE Registry of cultural heritage collections — empirical and epistemological analyses
11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-12:30 Yun-Cheng Tsai, Pu Yu, Chia-Ching Wu and Ji-Yu Huang: Natural Language Processing Real-Time System for Central European News Eveline Wandl-Vogt: Open Innovation Research Infrastructure: Value driven organisational designs fostering innovative DH on the example of Biographical research
12:30-13:00 Róbert Péter: Introducing the AVOBMAT (Analysis and Visualization of Bibliographic Metadata and Texts) Federica Fantone, Hugo Manguinhas, Valentine Charles and Antoine Isaac: Semantic enrichment in Europeana: a brief excursus across challenges and opportunities
13:00-13:30 Jessie Labov and Anton Mudrak: Encrypted Channels, Distributed Networks: The Telex footprint in the Cold War and its legacy for media practices today Alexander König, Verena Lyding and Elisa Gorgaini: Building a digital infrastructure in South Tyrol
13:30-14:30 Lunch
14:30-15:00 Thomas Palfinger, Jose Luis Preza Diaz, Yalemisew Abgaz, Alexander Schatek, Rainer Zoubek, Amelie Dorn, Eveline Wandl-Vogt: Food cultures: co-creation and evaluation of a thesaurus as a cultural infrastructure János Bárth M.: The EHA-project: Database of Transylvanian Historical Place Names and Interactive Linguistic Map
15:00-15:30 Jānis Daugavietis and Eva Eglāja Kristsone: Creative Crowdsourcing for Heritage actualisation: analysis of campaign “Recite Veidenbaums’ Poetry!” Fruzsina S. Vargha: Estimated acoustic parameters from digitised dialect atlases
15:30-16:00 Daniel McDonald, Eveline Wandl-Vogt and Mahsa Vafaie: Integrating crowdsourcing and the blockchain for natural language data collection: novel methods, use-cases and debates Emese Ilyefalvi: Transdisciplinarity in digital scholary editing? The perspective of a folklorist
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
16:30-17:00 Marek Debnár: DR2 methods in philosophical research
17:00-17:30 Botond Szemes: The practice of the close reading, and its possible alternatives
17:30-18:00 Berrie van der Molen: The public framing of MDMA in Dutch cross-media debates. Developing a digital tool to answer historical research questions based on distant and close reading of cultural heritage “big data”
19:00- Evening reception
May 31
Room #1 Room #2
10:00-13:00 Workshop:
Sarah Tytler: It Came from the Future! Integrating Digital Tools and Social Media into the Classroom
Workshop:
Bettina Fabos: Duplicating the Fortepan Photo Archive Neighboring Countries
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-17:00 Workshop:
Liviu Pop: Building Memory Boxes: An Open Source Approach