The full programme booklet, complete with all the conference’s abstracts is now also available for download here (.pdf – 4MB).

Time Event Location
09.00 – 10.20 Parallel Paper Sessions D
Curaton & Collection II
Chair: Trudi Noordermeer
 Gresham room
Varieties in contemporary Dutch — combining the research possibilities offered by MIMORE and GrETEL Liesbeth Augustinus, Ineke Schuurman, Sjef Barbiers
How can language technology fight against language death? Ivett Benyeda, Eszter Simon, Péter Koczka
Distant Readings II
Chair: Tara Andrews
 Tassis room
Beyond the Book: globalization in literature from a digital perspective Floor Buschenhenke, Karina van Dalen-Oskam, Carlos Martinez-Ortiz, Marijn Koolen
Literary constellations. A Digital Humanities approach to the study of literary salons in Mexico during the 19th century Silvia Gutierrez
Visual hermeneutics Peter Verhaar
The Document as Event: Applying automatic semantic role labeling to collections of theatre reviews Thomas Crombez
Geospatial Applications
Chair: Wout Dillen
 Elsschot room
PROJECT PRESENTATION: GIStorical Antwerp: a micro-level data tool for the study of past urban societies, test-case: Antwerp Iason Jongepier, Ellen Janssens
MAGIS Brugge: a 16th-century bird’s-eye view on Bruges as a digital stage for public urban history Elien Vernackt, Bram Vannieuwenhuyze
Analyzing the Dutch-Asiatic Trade in the 17th and 18th centuries by using a spatial and quantitative approach Erik van Zummeren, Robert-Jan Korteschiel
Examining the Bomb Sight augmented reality app for exploring location based historical data Catherine Jones, Dan Karran, Patrick Weber
10.20 – 11.00 Coffee Break  Dürer room
11.00 – 12.00 Parallel Paper Sessions E
Curation & Collection III
Chair: Elli Bleeker
 Gresham room
The History of Cultural Heritage Collections: Exploring New Approaches to Analysis and Visualization Toby Burrows
Event-based object identification Alina Saenko
Enabling personal authoring and narrative making: Sustainable resuse of digital objects for interactive teaching and learning tools Catherine Jones, Lars Wieneke, Alexandre Genon, Frederic Reis, Frederic Allemand
Distant Readings III
Chair: Marijn Koolen
 Elsschot room
Thomas Kling’s “Bakchische Epiphanien” – “Projekt ‘Vorzeitbelebung’“. Reconstructing the Digital Writing Process from a Hard Drive in the Thomas Kling Archive (Digital Forensics) Thorsten Ries
Polemics Visualized – morphological analysis for Syriac Hannes Vlaardingerbroek, Marieke Van Erp, Wido van Peursen
Combining quantitative and qualitative methods in digital analyses of literary style J. Berenike Herrmann
Networks & Topics I
Chair: Antal van den Bosch
 Tassis room
TEI Annotation and Network Analysis of Diplomatic History Documents Florentina Armaselu, Marten During
Reporting the Empire: The Branding of Metropolises and Empire in the Pall Mall Gazette 1870-1900 Tessa Hauswedell, Melvin Wevers
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch   Dürer room
13.00 – 14.20 Parallel Paper Sessions F
Curation & Collection IV
Chair: Thomas Crombez
 Elsschot room
The TRAME Project – Text and Manuscript Transmission of the Middle Ages in Europe. Emilaino Degl’Innocenti, Alfredo Cosco
Visualizing the Dutch Folktale Database Iwe Everhardus Christiaan Muiser, Mariet Theune
Visualizing medieval book production: Data visualization in medieval manuscript studies Giulio Menna, Marjolein de Vos
Using Parallel Data to improve Part-of-Speech tagging of 17th century Dutch Dieuwke Hupkes, Rens Bod
Cyber Culture II
Chair: Walter Daelemans
 Gresham room
Mapping urban multilingualism through Twitter Enrique Manjavacas, Ben Verhoeven
Automatically identifying periodic social events from Twitter Florian Kunneman, Antal van den Bosch
Topics in Dutch Minority Languages on Twitter Anna Katrine Jørgensen, Lysbeth Jongbloed-Faber, Jolie van Loo
TheRiddlerBot: A next step on the ladder towards computational creativity Ben Verhoeven, Iván Guerrero, Francesco Barbieri, Pedro Martins, Rafael Pérez Y Pérez
Networks & Topics II
Chair: Lars Wieneke
 Tassis room
Automated historical judgement extraction. Analyzing perspectives on big and small heroes through NLP Miel Groten, Yassine Karimi, Serge Ter Braake, Antske Fokkens
Tourist or pilgrim? Modelling two types of travel bloggers Suzanne van der Beek, Tom van Nuenen
What makes dream text dreamy? Antal van Den Bosch, Iris Hendrickx, Maarten van Gompel, Ali Hürriyetoğlu, Folgert Karsdorp, Florian Kunneman, Louis Onrust, Martin Reynaert, Wessel Stoop
Modelling Discussion Topics to Improve News Article Tagging Chris Emmery, Menno van Zaanen
14.20 – 16.00 Coffee + Demo Session  Dürer room
16.00 – 16.30 Closing keynote  Tassis room
16.30 – 17.00 Closing Panel: Chair: Marijn Koolen  Tassis room
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