DH2012 Bursary Recipients at the University of Hamburg, Germany
(Thanks to the generosity of Chad Gaffield we were able to present two additional bursaries this year)
- Katherine Bode, Australian National University, "Modeling Gender: The 'Rise and Rise' of the Australian Woman Novelist"
- Adam James Bradley, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, "Violence and the Digital Humanities Text as Pharmakon"
- Sudheendra Hangal, Stanford University, "Processing Email Archives in Special Collections"
- Natalia Ermolaev, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA, "Interfacing Diachrony: Visualizing Linguistic Change on the Basis of Digital Editions of Serbian 18th-Century Texts"
- Tuomo Toljamo, University of Oulu, Finland, "'Eric, you do not humble well': The Image of the Modern Vampire in Text and on Screen"
- Alexander Gil, University of Virginia, USA, "Towards a Transnational Multilingual Caribbean Digital Humanities Lab"
- Mike Kestemont, University of Antwerp, Belgium, "Evaluating Unmasking for Cross-Genre Authorship Verification"
- Marc Alexander, University of Glasgow, UK, "Patchworks and Field-Boundaries: Visualizing the History of English" and "A Digital Approach to Sound Symbolism in English: Evidence from the Historical Thesaurus"
- Jiajia Hu, Beihang University, China, "Complex Network Perspective on Graphic Form System of Hanzi"
- Joel Katelnikoff, University of Alberta, Canada, "'All Rights Worth Recombination': Post-Hacker Culture and ASCII Literature (1983-1993)"
- Tom Brughmans, University of Southampton, UK, "Networks of networks: a critical review of formal network methods in archaeology through citation network analysis and close reading"
DH2011 Bursary Recipients at Stanford University, USA
- Allen Riddell, Duke University, USA, "Toward a Demography of Literary Forms: Building on Moretti's Graphs"
- Monica Brown, University of British Columbia, Canada, "Introduction to PlotVis as a Form of Distant Reading"
- Daniel Sondheim, University of Alberta, Canada, "The Citation from Print to the Web"
- Toma Tasovac, Center for Digtial Humanities, Belgrade, Serbia, "A User-Centered Digital Edition of Vuk Stefanović Karadžić's Lexicon Serbico-Germanico-Latinum"
- Trevor Munoz, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, "Tasks vs. Roles: A Center Perspective on Data Curation Needs in the Humanities"
- Worawat Choensawat, Ritsumeikan University, Japan, "A Labanotation Editing Tool for Description and Reproduction of Stylized Traditional Dance Body Motion"
- Matteo Romanello, King's College London, UK, "An Ontological View of Canonical Citations"
- Rombert Stapel, Fryske Akademy (KNAW) / Leiden University, Netherlands, "Layer upon Layer. “Computational Archaeology” in 15th Century Middle Dutch Historiography"
- Maciej Eder, Pedagogical University of Kraków, Poland, "Do Birds of a Feather Really Flock Together, or How to Choose Test Samples for Authorship Attribution"
- Ana Lucic, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, "Comparing the Similarities and Differences between Two Translations"