DHCS 2014:  Papers by Category

The following is a rough grouping of papers by heuristic rather than systematic categories. Each paper has been put in only one category.

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Text Analysis

Drayton C. Benner (U. of Chicago)
A Quantitative Evaluation of Proposed Literary Contexts for Individual Psalms

Laura Christiansen, Robin Burke, and Bamshad Mobasher (DePaul University)
 Automated timeline extraction from legal records

John Dillon and Sonia Howell (Notre Dame)
Curating Scholarly Conversation: Irish Studies and the Breac Project

Patrick Juola (Duqesne University)
Inferring Self-esteem from Keyboard Behaviour

Ben Miller, Yanjun Zhao, Jennifer Olive, Ayush Shrestha (Georgia State U.)
Entity Resolution in Narrative Texts Using Graph Theory

John Noecker  (Juola Associates)
Stylometric Identification of Manic-Depressive Illness

Hong Wang, Barbara di Eugenio, Shuyang Lin, Clement T. Yu (UIC)
Distinguishing different types of conference submissions: the ACL case study


James Coltrain (U. of Nebraska-Lincoln)
Reconstruction, Simulation, or Game? : A Taxonomy of 3D Virtual Environments for Scholars of the Past

Cline, Diane (George Washington University)
The Social Network(s) of Socrates


Bridget Draxler and Hannah Schell (Monmouth College)
Doing Digital Humanities at the Newberry Library

Marion R. Morrissett (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Technical Courses for the Digital Humanities

Rachel N. Schnepper (MIT Hyperstudio)
Deep Textual Engagement through Participatory Annotation: Annotation Studio in the Humanities Classroom

Media Theory

Daniel Chavez (Tecnológico de Monterrey)
Metacritic meets David Hume: Digital encounters at the end of Criticism

Michael Gavin (U. of South Carolina)
Morals in the Marketplace: an Agent-Based Computational Approach to “The Adam Smith Problem”

Eric Gidal (U. of Iowa)
Ossianic Telegraphy: Bardic Networks and Imperial Relays

Kim Lacey (Saginaw Valley State University)
It’s Raining Code: Visual, Aesthetic, and Interactive Data


David Randolph (UIC)
Didactyl: Toward a Useful Computational Model of Piano Fingering

Christopher Raphael (Indiana University)
Optical Music Recognition, Human Intervention, and Interpretation

Early Modern Studies and the Text Creation Partnership

Eric Alexander (U. of Wisconsin, Madison)
Serendip:  A visual tool for topic modelling Early Modern texts

Anupam Basu (Washington U., St. Louis)
“Ill shapen sounds, and false orthography”: A Computational Approach to Early English Orthographic Variation

Hannah Bredar and Andrew Keener (Northwestern University)
ESTC Registration and Digital Visibility of Special Collections Holdings

Craig Berry and Phil Burns (Northwestern University)
Shakespeare His Contemporaries: An Experiment in the Linguistic Annotation and Collaborative Curation of EEBO-TCP Texts

Douglas Duhaime (Notre Dame)
Making Literary Traditions: Computational Approaches to Textual Reuse in Early Modern Corpora

Tracy Bergstrom, Donald Brower, Sonia Howell, Eric Morgan, Natalie Meyers, Elliott Visconsi (Notre Dame)
Mining the Legal Past: Quantifying Religious Tolerance in T.B. Howell’s Complete Collection of State Trials

Joseph Loewenstein(Washington U. St. Louis)
Extending the Affordances of the EEBO-TCP Corpus: EarlyPrint

Laura Mandell (Texas A&M)
OCR’ing Early Modern Texts: Preliminary Results

Carl Stahmer, (UC Davis)
Reshaping the ESTC