Program > 30 June 2021

Conference Program (all times CEST)

Berlin (virtual conference): 19 May – 30 June 2021
The conference will be held online via Airmeet.

If you are interested to attend, please register via
https://www.airmeet.com/e/27ed5f40-a6a3-11eb-80fe-276145ee6264 

Note: Speakers will receive a personal login link and do not need to register themselves.

 


 

30 June 2021

13:15 14:30: Session 13 – Integrating Different Medialities

Faith Lawrence, Jone Garmendia (The National Archive, Kew), Adam Retter (Evolved Binary)
Project Omega: Modelling an Archive Catalogue to Support Future History

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Øyvind Eide, Zoe Schubert (University of Cologne)
Space, time, and agents in theatre: Digital documentation of the transience of performances through theatrical agents in time and space

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Zakiya Collier (Weeksville Heritage Center, Brooklyn, NY), Sarah Adams (Semantic Lab at Pratt, Pratt Insitute School of Information, New York, NY)
Jazz History as Linked Data: The Linking Lost Jazz Shrines Project

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14:45 16:00: Session 14 – Building and Visualising Semantic Networks 

Toby Burrows (The University of Western Australia, Perth), Mikko Koho, Jouni Tuominen (Aalto University), Eero Hyvönen (Aalto University/University of Helsinki), Kevin Page (Oxford e-Research Center), David Lewis, Doug Emery, Hanno Wijsman (Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes, Paris), Lynn Ransom, Emma Thomson (University of Pennsylvania, Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies)
Modelling the History of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts for the Mapping Manuscript Migrations Portal

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Pavlos Fafalios, Korina Doerr, Athina Kritsotaki, Kostas Petrakis, Giorgos Samaritakis, Anastasia Axaridou, George Bruseker, Yannis Tzitzikas, Martin Doerr (FORTH-ICS, Heraklion)
Challenges and solutions towards creating a semantic network of historical maritime data

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Christopher Pollin (Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Vienna)
Mapping Semantic Constructs in Historical Domains to Visual Structures as Basis for Resource Discovery Using the Example of Historical Financial Records

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16:15 17:45: Conclusion

Panel discussion with

  • Francesco Beretta (CNRS/Université de Lyon, LARHRA)
  • Arianna Ciula (King's College London)
  • Harald Sack (FIZ Karlsruhe/KIT Karlsruhe)
  • Francesca Tomasi (Università di Bologna)

Moderation: Torsten Hiltmann (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

 

 

 

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