Vitrine humanités numériques / DH Showcase 2017 & Conférence d’Andrew Stauffer

Le programme de la cinquième Vitrine des humanités numériques 2017 est maintenant disponible! / The program for the fifth annual DH Showcase is now available!

Organisée par Stéfan Sinclair et Cecily Raynor / Organized by Stéfan Sinclair & Cecily Raynor

12pm-1pm – Session 1:

  • Matt Soar (Concordia University): “The Montréal Signs Project and YMX”
  • Susan Lamb and J.M. McCutcheon (University of Ottawa): “On the Adolf Meyer Digital Archive”
  • Matthew Milner, Stéfan Sinclair, and Stephen Wittek (McGill University): “DREAM: Distant Reading Early Modernity”
  • Rhian Lewis (McGill University): “Hashtags contra el acoso: Digital bio-citizenship and sexual violence in Mexico”
  • Tim Powell (University of Copenhagen): “The citation network of the European Court of Human Rights’ case law”
  • Wanming Wang (McGill University): “The New Techniques of Probing Characters and Symbols in Classical Chinese Texts in the Project ‘Global Currents: Cultures of Literary Works, 1050-1900′”
  • Marcello Vitali-Rosati, Arthur Juchereau, Nicolas Sauret, Enrico Agostini, Servanne Monjour, Elsa Bouchard (Université de Montréal): “L’édition numérique de l’Anthologie Palatine”
1pm-2pm – Session 2:
  • Andrew Piper (McGill University): “Do Prestige Networks Produce Fewer Ideas?”
  • Jenna Herdman (Carleton University): “Remediating Victorian Print Culture: A Digital Archive of Henry Mayhew’s London Labour and the London Poor”
  • François Dominic Laramée (Université de Montréal): “La production de l’imaginaire spatial dans l’imprimé de langue française entre 1740 et 1815”
  • Suzanne Paquet et Christelle Proulx (Université de Montréal): “Sur la recherche d’images par images”
  • Matthew Dodd (Carleton University): “Visualizing Men in the Second Boer War”
  • Fedor Karmanov and Andrew Piper (McGill University): “Mediascapes: Space, Time, and Speech in Contemporary Film and Television”
  • Nathan Knapp (Carleton University): “On the Slender Man phenomenon”
2pm-2.15pm – Coffee break
2.15pm-3pm – Session 3:
  • Emmanuel Château-Dutier (Université de Montréal): “Modéliser le débat architectural au tournant éclectique”
  • Eva Portelance and Andrew Piper (McGill University): “Understanding Narrative: Computational Approaches to Detecting Narrative Frames”
  • Song Shi (McGill University): “From periphery to center: Locating China in world trade network with network analysis and big data”
  • Paolo Saporito (McGill University): “The Wu Ming counterculture project”
  • Lisa Maria Teichmann (McGill University): “Textual Networks of Fictional Space and Place”
  • Reiner Krämer and Ichiro Fujinaga (McGill University): “News from the SIMSSA Project”
3pm-3.15pm – Coffee break
3.15pm-4.30pm: Plénière / Keynote:
  • Andrew Stauffer (UVA) “Postcard from the Volcano: Book Traces, Digitization, and the Future of the Library”

Ce contenu a été mis à jour le 17 janvier 2018 à 12 h 43 min.