Please join us for a one-day symposium where leading scholars from Universities across the west coast will present and discuss hands-on digital humanities projects both in terms of their conceptual research design and of their infrastructure.
This event is free and open to the public. The event is co-sponsored by the Data Science Initiative and the Digital Humanities Working Group at the Humanities Commons.
An agenda and a list of speakers is included below.
Professor, Film & Media Studies School of Humanities, UCI
Welcome and Introductions
Katherine D. Harris
Associate Professor Department of English & Comparative Literature, San Jose State University
Using Bootstrap Digital Humanities to Explore Topic Modeling: Ghosts, Haunted Houses, and Heroines in 19th-Century Literature
Professor of English & Director, Center for the Digital Humanities, California State University Northridge
Digital Humanities Projects with Small and Unusual Data: Some Experiences from the Trenches
Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities and Publishing, Portland State University
Literary/Ludic Reading: Is there a Feminist Poetics of Interface?
Professor of Classics & Director of the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae, UC Irvine
The Future of the Past: The Thesaurus Linguae Graecae Project
Assistant Professor of English, UC Santa Barbara
Graphs in the clouds: DH infrastructure for structured narrative
Assistant Professor, School of Information, UC Berkeley
Natural Language Processing for the Long Tail
Coordinator and Core Faculty, Digital Humanities Program, UCLA
Money and Time: Some Hard Truths about Institutional Support for Digital Humanities