Wednesday (4th September 2024)
09:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:30
Introduction and Plenary 1

The Digital Humanities From Afar

  • Melissa Terras

University of Edinburgh

12:30 - 13:30
13:30 - 15:00
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3

Annotating Sequential Event Interactions in Virtual Reality-Mediated Embodiment Corpora

  • Abdulrahman A. A. Alsayed

University of St Andrews

Detecting affect and emotion in heritage reviews

  • Andrea Kocsis

University of Edinburgh and Northeastern University London

Source and Source Ability: Lessons from the Hot Source! project for digital skills training in the Arts and Humanities

  • Leif Isaksen

University of Exeter

“The effect of a thing”: Nature and the Environment in Percy Bysshe Shelley and Algernon Charles Swinburne

  • Gyuri Kang,
  • John Walsh

Indiana University

Digital Humanities and the Shaping of Local Identities: A Proposal for Exploration

  • Krzysztof Wasilewski,
  • Igor Walczak

Koszalin University of Technology

Towards a digital skills infrastructure for UK-based music researchers: A report on a pilot project

  • Eamonn Bell,
  • Annaliese Micallef Grimaud

University of Durham

The Oxford Corpus of Historical English: developing a new digital resource for research into the English language

  • Kate Wild

Oxford University Press

Materialities and memories of the Spanish Civil War: an approach to Bilbao’s Iron Belt through digital humanities

  • Tania González Cantera

University of Girona

Towards a European and UK Digital Humanities Infrastructure

  • A panel of cooperating partners of DARIAH in the UK


15:00 - 15:30
Tea Break
15:30 - 17:00
Session 4 Session 5 Session 6

Exploring the information-seeking behaviours of dance researchers to enhance the development of online resources

  • Bethany Johnstone

University College London

Continental European Books in Early Modern England, 1500-1640: A New Approach Using Bibliographic Data Science

  • Fred Schurink

University of Manchester

Cataloguing resources in one unified system – The case of the Text+ registry

  • Tobias Gradl,
  • Daniela Schulz

University of Bamberg and Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel

Data ethics, digital archives, and fast scholarship: digital provenance and early modern letters

  • Elizabeth Williamson

University of Exeter

The Role of Context: Narrative Construction of Historical Photo Archives in Digital Humanities

  • Jingyi Zeng,
  • Li Niu

Nankai University and Renmin University of China

Archaeology and Digital Humanities: A Leading Role in Reshaping Society

  • Gianluca Foschi

Newcastle University

Contentious descriptions and bias in published photographic heritage collections: a digital humanities approach

  • Fred Truyen

KU Leuven

Unlocking Historical Insights: A Web-Based Platform for Advanced Text Analysis with Ontology and Knowledge Graphs

  • Lilin Yu

University of Edinburgh

Degrowing the Digital Humanities: Towards Sustainable Approaches (Lessons from Machine Translation and Online Interpreting)

  • Ernesto Priego,
  • Jonathan Evans

City University of London and University of Glasgow

17:30 - 19:00
Drinks Reception
Thursday (5th September 2024)
09:30 - 11:00
Plemary 2

“Content" as infrastructure: reflections on Jisc's support for the Digital Humanities

  • Paola Marchionni,
  • Peter Findlay


11:00 - 11:30
Tea Break
11:30 - 13:00
Session 7 Session 8 Session 9

Working with the Sloane Herbarium: Data Analysis, Processing, and Modelling as Method

  • Brad Scott

Queen Mary University of London and Natural History Museum London

Access Responsibility: Promoting Access in Digital Infrastructure

  • Michael Dale Stokes,
  • Jessica Stokes

Michigan State University

Technology-Driven Motivational Tools and Their Impact on Audience Intrinsic Motivation in Intangible Cultural Heritage Projects

  • Zhi Ye,
  • Zheyuan Zhang

King’s College London and Imperial College London

Handling Abbreviations: HTR, TEI, and Evolving Hands

  • James Cummings

Newcastle University

Data (Co)Creation: Ethics and Challenges of Computational Tools in Narrative Analysis

  • Manoj Singh Rana,
  • Arnapurna Rath

Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar

Creating user-centred digital collection platforms: Balancing user needs and institutional practices

  • Han Jiang

University of Leicester

Ansund: Using Machine Learning to Develop a New, Exhaustive, Open Access Corpus of Old English

  • Mark Faulkner,
  • Elisabetta Magnanti

Trinity College Dublin and University of Vienna

Literature in Digital Age: Pry as a Paradigm for Electronic Literature

  • Yolanda De Gregorio

University of Cádiz

Authority in the age of AI: A trajectory of shifting perceptions on encyclopedic value and transformation

  • Giota Alevizou

King’s College London

13:00 - 14:00
14:00 - 15:30
Session 10 Session 11 Session 12

Mapping Immigration in Film: A Quantitative and Digital Analysis of American Immigration Onscreen from 1990-2021

  • Mark Goldbach

University of Glasgow

Virtual Spaces and Immersive Storytelling in Charity Fundraising

  • Chris Birchall,
  • Simon Popple

University of Leeds

Deepening Autobiographical Research through R Scripting and Automated Text Recognition: A Textual Analysis of Frederick Douglass (1845 - 1887) at the Library of Congress

  • Joseph Nockels,
  • Gina Nguyen,
  • Ash Charlton

University of Sheffield, University of Texas and University of Edinburgh

Spatial narratives: the construction of collective memory in the context of digital humanities

  • Yishuo Qiao,
  • Jingyi Zeng

Nankai University

Advancing Global Art History through A New Research Model: A Case Study of the V&A Chinese Export Watercolours

  • Jin Gao

University College London

Technologies of Recovery: Using digital tools to understand colonial collections in British museums with equity, humanity and honesty

  • Kate Simpson

University of Sheffield

Digital Lookbook for an ancient kingdom : Building a Digital Database of human figures depicted on Koguryo Murals

  • KyungHee Yi

Independent scholar, Copenhagen, Denmark

Uncovering and Tracing Historical Image Contexts: Image Retrieval in Visual Archives via Computer Vision

  • Lin Du


15:30 - 16:00
Tea Break
16:00 - 17:30
Plenary 3 and Close

Building Bridges and the Ties that Bind: Bringing us together but respecting our differences

  • Simon Mahony


19:00 - 23:00
Conference Dinner