Several iSchool representatives will speak next week at Digital Humanities 2016, the annual conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations. The event will be held in Krakow, Poland on July 11-17.
Presentations by iSchool faculty, staff, and students include:
“Mining Texts with the Extracted Features Dataset”
Presented by Postdoctoral Research Associate Peter Organisciak and Professor J. Stephen Downie
“A Comparative Analysis of Bibliographic Ontologies: Implications for Digital Humanities”
Presenters include doctoral student Jacob Jett, faculty affiliate Timothy W. Cole, and J. Stephen Downie
“Adding Flexibility to Large-Scale Text Visualization with HathiTrust+Bookworm”
Presenters include Peter Organisciak, HathiTrust Research Center Postdoctoral Research Associate Sayan Bhattacharyya, and J. Stephen Downie
“The Trace of Theory: Extracting Subsets from Large Collections”
Presenters include J. Stephen Downie
“Scholarly Requirements for Large Scale Text Analysis: A User Needs Assessment by the HathiTrust Research Center”
Presenters include faculty affiliate Harriett Green and Sayan Bhattacharyya
"Contextualizing Receptions of World Literature by Mining Multilingual Wikipedias"
Presenters include Sayan Bhattacharyya