Conference Bursary winners
(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"
- 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"
- Marco Buchler, Leipzig University, Germany, "Detection of Citations and Textual Reuse on Ancient Greek Texts and its Applications in the Classica" (paper)
- Janet Bunde, New York University, USA, "An Inter-Disciplinary Approach to Web Programming: A Collaboration Between the University Archives and the Department of Computer Science" (poster)
- Edward Finn, Stanford University, USA, "The Social Lives of Books: Mapping the Ideational Networks of Toni Morrison" (paper)
- Peter Organisciak, University of Alberta, Canada, "Day of Digital Humanities" (paper)
- Maxime B. Sainte-Marie, University of Quebec, Canada "Reading Darwin Between the Lines: A Computer-Assisted Analysis of the Concept of Evolution in The Origin of Species" (paper)
- Malgorzata Sokol, Szczecin University, Poland, "WW1 and WW2 on a specialist e-forum. Applying corpus tools to the study of evaluative language" (paper)
- Kingkarn Sookhanaphibarn, Ritsumeikan University, Japan, "Visualization and Analysis of Visiting Styles" (paper)
- Zhu Jichen, University of Central Florida, USA, "Towards a Computational Narration of Inner World" (paper)
- Georgina Guy, Kings College London, UK, "Capturing Visitor Experiences for Study and Preservation" (paper)
- Sonia Howell, National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland, "A New Digital Method for a New Literary Problem: A Proposed Methodology for Bridging the "Generalist" - "Specialist" Divide in the Study of World Literature" (paper)
- Wybo Wiersma, Kings College London, UK, "LogiLogi: The Quest for Critical Mass" (poster)
- Amélie Zöllner-Weber, University of Bergen, Norway, "Text Encoding and Ontology – Enlarging an Ontology by Semi-Automatic Generated Instances" (poster)
- Chen Szu-pei, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, “On Building a Full-Text Digital Library of Land Deeds of Taiwan” (paper)
- Maciej Eder, Pedagogical University, Cracow, Poland, “PCA, Delta, JGAAP and Polish Poetry of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Who Wrote the Dirty Stuff?” (paper)
- Joseph Gilbert, University of Virginia, USA, “New World Ordering” (paper)
- Rachel Kraus, Stanford University, USA, “Modulating Style (and Expectations): An Experiment in Narrative Voice in Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury” (poster)
- Jacob Mason-Marshall, Stanford University, USA, “Modulating Style (and Expectations): An Experiment in Narrative Voice in Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury” (poster)
- Henriette Roued Olsen, University of Oxford, UK, “Towards an Interpretation Support System for Reading Ancient Documents” (paper)
- Patrick Shiel, National University of Maynooth, Ireland, “Ghost in the Manuscript: Hyperspectral Text Recovery and Segmentation” (paper)
- Kristen C. Uszkalo, Simon Fraser University, Canada, MONK panel organizer, “The Devil and Mother Shipton” (paper)
- Sharon Webb, University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland, “MIHS—Text Mining Historical Sources using Factoids” (paper)
- Matthew Wilkens, Rice University, USA, “Corpus Analysis and Literary History” (paper)
- Audenaert, Neal, Texas A&M University
- Pantou-Kikkou, Eleni, King's College London
- Tripp, Mary, University of Central Florida
- Suzuki, Takafumi, University of Tokyo
- Walker, Brian, Lancaster University
- Luyckx, Kim, Royal Academy of Dutch Language and Literature, Belgium
- Sukovic, Suzana, University of Sydney
- Viglianti, Raffaele, King's College London
- Van den Branden, Ron, Royal Academy of Dutch Language and Literature, Belgium
- Miyake, Maki, University of Osaka
- Lorna Gibson, King's College London, United Kingdom, "Musicology of the Future"
- Matti Hosio, University of Oulu, Finland,"Personal Video Menager: A Tool for Navigating in Video Archives"
- Ilkka Juuso, University of Oulu, Finland, "Novel tools for creating and visualizing metadata for digital movie retrieval"
- Nikoleta Pappa, University College London, United Kingdom, "If you build it will they come? The LAIRAH study: quantifying the use of online resources in the Arts and Humanities through statistical analysis of user log data", "The (In)Visibility of Digital Humanities Resources in Academic Contexts"
- Amélie Zöllner-Weber, Bielefeld University, Germany, "Ontology for a formal Description of Literary Characters"
- Aaron Coburn, Middlebury College, Vermont, USA, "Text Modeling and Visualization with Network Graphs"
- Nicolò D'Ercole, University of Pisa, Italy: "HyperJournal Gretchen Gueguen University of Maryland, USA, "Letters and Lacunae: Editing an Electronic Scholarly Edition of Correspondence"
- Federico Meschini, Tuscia University, Italy, "Classifying the Chimera"
- Elena Pierazzo, University of Pisa, Italy, "An Encoding Model for Librettos: the Opera Liber DTD"
- Michele Barbera, University of Bologna, Italy, "The Hyper-Learning Project"
- David Beavan, SCOTS Project, University of Glasgow, UK, "A Generic Application for Corpus Management and Administration"
- Luisa Carrer, Division of European Languages and Culture, University of
- Edinburgh, UK, "Multiculturalità e rete: voci migranti in Italia"
- Kevin Hawkins, Graduate School of Library and Information Science,
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, "Theoretical Issues in Text Encoding: A Critical Review"
- Constantina Stamou, University of Luton, UK, "Regression Trees in Stylometry"
- Maria Blume, Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research and Cornell Language Acquisition, Cornell University Ithaca, USA, "Creating a Virtual Center as an International Web-Based Interactive Infrastructure for Research and Teaching in the Language Sciences: A New Research and Library Collaboration"
- Anna Sexton, School of Library, Archive and Information Studies, University College London Research, "Integrating TEI and EAD to Create Usable and Re-usable Archival Resources"
- Barbara Arnold, German Dept., University of Exeter, UK, "Crunching numbers in the 'Night Watches of Bonaventura': A computer-aided contribution to author's lexicography"
- Kjersti Björnestad Berg, Department of Information Science, University of Bergen, Norway, "A computational model for MLCD"
- Fiona Douglas, University of Glasgow, "The Scottish Corpus of Texts and Speech: problems of corpus design"
- Vika Zafrin, Italian Studies Dept., Brown University, Providence, USA, "The Myth of Roland and Its Function as Cultural Hypertext as Expressed in 'RolandHT'"
- Barbara Bordalejo, Centre for Technology and the Arts, De Montfort University, UK, "The Order of the Canterbury Tales: Praxis of Computer Analysis"
- Michael Brown, Orlando Project, "Intertextual Encoding in the Writing of Women's Literary History"
- Colin Gardner, The Bakhtin Centre, University of Sheffield, UK, "Versions of Interactivity: Meta-interpretive Response in Hypertext Fiction"
- Matthew Spencer Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK, "Reconstructing the stemma of a textual tradition from the order of sections in manuscripts"
- Paul Trafford, Humanities Computing Unit, University of Oxford, UK, "Building flexible language-learning systems: Perl and HTML vs. XML and XSL"
- Edward Vanhoutte, Office for Scholarly Editing and Document Studies (BEB/OSEDS), "Belgium Textual Variation, Electronic Editions and Hypertext"
- Melissa Terras, University of Oxford, UK, "Border Crossing: Engineers, Papyrologists, and the Graphical Use Interface"
- Jill Seal, Nottingham Trent University, UK, "Perdita's Progress: Raising Standards in a TEI-based Approach to Cataloguing Early Modern Manuscripts
- Montserrat Nofre Maiz University of Barcelona, Spain Word order in Latin prose applied to a case of authorship attribution"
- Margaret Urban, University of California, Berkeley, USA, "Shouting and Screaming: Manner and Noise Verbs in Communication"
- Peter Karas, Humanities Computing Unit, University of Oxford, UK, "Initiate, Innovate, Collaborate: A New Model for Humanities Computing Teaching and Resource Development"
- Teresa Dobson Department of English, University of Alberta, Canada, "Mind the Gap: Reading Literary Hypertext"
- Claire Warwick, Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield, UK, "English literature, electronic text, and computer analysis: An impossible combination?"
- Paul Barrette, Department of Classics, McMaster University, Canada, "The Quest in Classical Literature: Structuralism and Databases"
- Fabienne Baider, University of Toronto, Canada, "An Introduction to Toposator"
- G. Aileen Clark, University of Ottowa, Canada, "Disambiguating perroquet in the roman : Modernizing Firthian principles with computational tools"
- Mavis Cournane, Computer Centre, University College Cork, Ireland, "What can you do with a TEI Writing System Declaration?"
- Karen Gusto, University of Toronto, Canada, "An Introduction to Toposator"
- Bruce Robertson, Department of Classics, University of Toronto, Canada, "The Java and Ancient Greek API and its Applications"
- Arienne Dwyer, Universität Mainz, Germany, "Hand-to-Hand Wrestling with Small Linguistic Corpora"
- Jan-Mirko Maczewski, University of Göttingen, Germany, "A CoALiTS Case Study: Virginia Woolf's The Waves in French and German Translations"
- Fiona Tweedie, University of the West of England, UK, "The Provenance of Christian Doctrine, attributed to John Milton: An Evaluation of Alternative Statistical Methods"