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Joint Summary Schedule of the 2014 TEI Conference and the Chicago DHCS Colloqium, October 22-24, 2014
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TimeHosted by Northwestern University in the Orrington Hotel, Evanston, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 22
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Hinman AuditoriumJames Room
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W 9:00 - 10:30TEI Standard 1Digital Editions
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Martin Holmes (U. of Victoria): CodeSharing: a simple API for disseminating our TEI encodingHugh Cayless (Duke): Critical Apparatus, Annotation, and the TEI
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Sabine Seifert et al. (Humboldt U. Berlin): Towards a Correspondence ModelMagdalena Turska et al. (Oxford): Ending the myth of presentation in digital editions
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González-Blanco et al.(Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia): When TEI Verse becomes linked dataOndine LeBlanc et al.(Massachusetts Historical Society): New Publishing Alchemy: Creating Page Layout from XML Files for a World War I Memoir
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COFFEE
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W 11:00 - 12:30TEI Towards InteroperabilityTEI Data 1
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Nicholas Homenda et al. (Indiana U.): All the Wright MovesJennifer Olive et al. (Georgia State U.): Narrative Markup with TEI
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Kazushi Ohya (Tsurumi University): Unit-based Scheme Connection Between TEI and Original Scheme To Promote Data Sharing Beyond Cultual Diversities Jason Boyd (Ryerson U.): The Texting Wilde Project
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James Cummings (Oxford): TEI SimpleElisa Beshero-Bondar(U. Pittsburgh): Poetic Structures, TEI, Network Analysis, and Step-wise Distance
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LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
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W 14:00- 15:30TEI Early ModernTEI Visualization
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Sinai Rusinek (Polonsky Academy): Plotting Early Modern ParatextsSebastian Rahtz et al.(Oxford) Beyond the TEI Trees: Graphical Visualisations of TEI as a path towards seeing the whole forest
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Brent Nelson (U. Saskatchewan): Curating Collections of Curiosities Using TEIWendell Piez (UIUC): Towards Strategic Reading: Graphical Maps and Renditions of TEI Data
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Cornelis J. Schilt (University of Sussex): Performing Cross-corporal Latent Semantic Analysis on EEBO-TCP and the Corpus NewtonicumJoseph Wicentowski et al. (U.S. State Department) Visualizing the History of U.S. Foreign Relations: The State of TEI at Foggy Bottom
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COFFEE
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W 16:00 - 17:30TEI Plenary Session: EEBO-TCP The Next Five Years (Hardin Hall)
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Panel Discussion with Michael Witmore (Folger Library), Clark Hulse (UIC), Paul Schaffner (U. Michigan), Sebastian Rahtz (Oxford)
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W 17:30 - 18:30Reception in Hardin Hall
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Thursday, October 23
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Hinman AuditoriumJames RoomBonbright Room
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Th 9:00 - 10:30TEI MusicTEI DATA 2DHCS 1 EEBO TCP
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Perry Roland (U. Virginia): MEI at 15Susanna Allés Torrent (Spanish National Research Council) : Decoding Lexical ResourcesLaura Mandell (Texas A&M): OCR’ing Early Modern Texts: Preliminary Results
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Giuliano Di Bacco et al. (Indiana U.) TEI and MEI in the Thesaurus musicarum latinarumManuel Portela et al. (U. Coimbra): Assisted Construction of Taxonomies for LdoD Eric Alexander (U. Wisonsin, Madison): Serendip: a tool for topic modelling of EEBO-TCP texts
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Janette Seuffert et al.(Goethe U. Frankfurt): Encoding and Decoding Relations in a Conglomerate of Libretto and Reference Texts and Musical Sources in Freischütz DigitalCarl Stahmer (UC Davis): Reshaping the English Short Title Catalog for a digital age
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COFFEE
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Th 11:00 - 16:00Shared DHCS/TEI Poster Session on 9th floor corridor
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Th 11 - 12:30TEI PanelDHCS 13DHCS 2 EEBO TCP
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Andrew Jewell et al. (U. Nebraska-Lincoln): Handcrafted Editions in the Age of Mass Digitization: A Panel Discussion11-12 Julia Flanders, David Smith (Northeastern) , Katherine Walter (Nebraska-Lincoln):New Directions in DH Centers: a Panel DiscussionJoseph Loewenstein (Washington U. St. Louis): Extending the Affordances of the EEBO-TCP Corpus: EarlyPrint
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Anupam Basu (Washington U. St Louis): A Computational Approach to Early English Orthographic Variation
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12 - 12:30 Bridget Draxler and Hannah Shell (Monmouth College): Doing Digital Humanities at the Newberry LibraryJ.R. Ladd (Washington U. St. Louis): Collaborative Networks Revealed by Dedications in EEBO-TCP Texts
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LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
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Th 14:00 - 15:30TEI Standard 2DHCS 3 Hathi Trust Research CenterDHCS 4 EEBO TCP
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Peter Stadler (U. Paderborn): Power to the ODDs. Or: Why tei_all isn’t everythingStephen Downie (UIUC) : Introduction to HTRCPhil Burns and Craig Berry (Northwestern): Linguistic annotation and collaborative curation of EEBO-TCP texts
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Fabio Ciotti (U. Roma Tor Vergata): Formal ontologies and TEI semantic fixing Jacob Jett (UIUC) and Pip Willcox(Oxford): WCSA Collection BuildingAndrew Keener and Hannah Bredar (Northwestern): ESTC Registration and Digital Visibility of Special Collections Holdings
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Torsten Schaßan (HAB Wolfenbüttel): Towards a generic processing and presentation of TEI encoded digital editions Peter Organisciak (UIUC): Feature Extraction
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Loretta Auvil (UIUC): HTRC Bookworm
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COFFEE
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Th 16:00 - 17:30Plenary DHCS/TEI Session: Books From Different <angles>: Hathi Trust and TEI (Orrington Ballroom)
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Michael Furlough (Hathi Trust) and Michael Sperberg McQueen (Black Mesa)
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Th 17:30 - 18:30Reception in the Orrington Ballroom
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Friday, October 24
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Hinman AuditoriumJames RoomBonbright Room
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F 9:00 - 10:30TEIDHCS 5 PedagogyDHCS 6 Media Theory
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Annual Members MeetingMarion Morrisset (Virginia Commonwealth U.): Technical Courses for the Digital Humanities and Computer ScienceDaniel Chavez (Tecnológico de Monterrey): Metacritic Meets David Hume
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Rachel Schnepper (MIT): Deep Textual Engagement through Participatory Annotation:
Annotation Studio in the Humanities Classroom
Eric Gidal (U. Iowa): Ossianic Telegraphy: Bardic Networks and Imperial Relays
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Michael Gavin (U. S. Carolina): Morals in the Marketplace: an Agent-Based Computational Approach to “The Adam Smith Problem”
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COFFEECOFFEE
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F 11:00 - 12:00DHCS 7 Music and ArtsDHCS 8 VisualizationSponsored Event
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David Randolph (UIC): Didactyl: Toward a Useful Computational Model of Piano FingeringJames Coltrain (U. Nebraska-Lincoln): A Taxonomy of 3D Virtual Environments for Scholars of the PastPaul O'Neill (MarkLogic) and David Sewell(Rotunda Press): MarkLogic Meets the Founding Fathers
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Christopher Raphael (Indiana U.): Optical Music Recognition, Human Intervention, and InterpretationDiane Cline (George Washington U.):The Social Network(s) of Socrates
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LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
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F 14:00 - 15:30DHCS 9 Text AnalysisDHCS 10 Text Analysis
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Drayton Benner (U. Chicago): A Quantitative Evaluation of Literary Contexts for Individual PsalmsPatrick Juola (Duquesne): Inferring Self-Esteem from Keyboard Behavior
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Laura Christiansen et al. (DePaul): Automated Timeline Extraction from Legal RecordsJohn Noecker (Juola Associates): Stylometric Identification of Manic-Depressive Illness
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John Dillon and Sonia Howell (Notre Dame): Curating Scholarly Conversation: Irish Studies and the Breac Project Jennifer Olive et al.(Georgia State U.): Entity Resolution in Narrative Texts Using Graph Theory
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F 16:00 - 17:30DHCS 11 Text AnalysisDHCS 12 Text Analysis
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Douglas Duhaime (Notre Dame): Computational Approaches to Textual Reuse in Early Modern CorporaHong Wang et al. (UIC): Distinguishing different types of conference submissions:the ACL case study
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Sonia Howell et al. (Notre Dame): Quantifying Religious Tolerance in T.B. Howell’s Complete Collection of State Trials George Mikros (U. Mass. Boston): Multilevel Ngram Profiles for Detecting Author and Translator in Literary Texts
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