Friday, June 16th

8:30-9:00: Breakfast

Room: Gilman 50

9:00-10:30: Keynote Address: Ted Underwood — "DH in the Age of Generative AI: Four Paths Forward"

Room: Gilman 50

Session 1: 10:45-12:15

Gilman 308 -- Panel 1: "Reading Big Data"

  • "Scaling to the World: DH as Theorized Method" — Carmen Thong
  • "Do It The Hard Way: The Problem of Scale for Historic Data in Archival Collections" — David Ragnar Nelson
  • "Imaging the World from China: Gendered Images of the Three Worlds in the People’s Daily, 1946-2003" — Fei Guo
  • Chair: Samuel Backer

Gilman 208 -- Panel 2: "Social Networks and Collaborative Teaching"

  • "Taming Scale: Strategic Use of Code-Free Applications in Big Data Management" — Beatrice Epwene
  • "If We Know the Algorithm is Successfully Dangerous, Why Can't We Use it for Good? Filtering the good and bad of social media to better the online classroom" — Jennifer Leah Peck
  • "Scaling Up and Down: A Comparative Study of Using Social Annotation and Commonplace Book Assignments in the US and Taiwan Classrooms" — Jen-chou Liu
  • Chair: Nadejda Webb

12:15-1:15: Lunch —— Levering Hall

Session 2: 1:15-2:45

Gilman 308 -- Panel 3: "Using Digital Public History to Uncover Black Lives Next Door"

  • "Mapping Slave Sites within Fairfax County" — Jayme Kurland
  • "Collaborating with Students to Uncover the Hidden Histories of Northern Virginia" — Wendi Manuel-Scott and George Oberle
  • "Using Omeka S as a Tool for Pedagogy and Digital Scholarship" — Alyssa Fahringer
  • Chair: Ellie Palazzolo

Gilman 208 -- Panel 4: "Comparing, Connecting, Translating"

  • "Scales of Reading Partition Violence across Languages and Borders" — Christi Merrill, Ali Bolcakan
  • "Too Many J. Smiths: Developing a model for binary publication disambiguation with the Java Graphical Authorship Attribution Program" — James Cooper Roberts
  • "Map Lemon: A Citrusy Approach to Demographic Identification & Tracking Individual Token Use Using a Map-Based Corpus" — Theodore Daniel Manning
  • Chair: Tom Lippincott

Session 3: 3:00-4:30

Gilman 308 -- Works in Progress: GIS, Mapping, Visualization

  • "'My Hudson History': An Educational History App" — Sophia Aquisto
  • "Civil and Labor Rights in the Southwest: A Digital History of the United Packinghouse Workers of America" — Sam Hege
  • "An Assortment of Applied Tasks in Humanistic Scholarship Employing Computer Vision" — Tom Lippincott
  • Chair: Sam Backer & Bonni Wittstadt

Gilman 208 -- Panel 6: "Identifying and Comparing Style Across Boundaries"

  • "Digital Approaches to Transcultural Screen Narratives" — Edward Larkey/Landry Digeon
  • "Digital Humanities and Forensic Ludology: The Case of the Cheating Chess Champion" — Patrick Juola
  • "Reverse-engineering and Gradational Assemblage, A Deep-learning Approach to Transnational TV series Adaptations" — Landry Digeon, Anjal Amin
  • Chair: Craig Messner

Session 5: 4:45-5:45

Gilman 308 -- Workshop: "Workshop: Snakes and Pandas: A Short Introduction to Thinking Big with the Opioid Industry Documents Archive (OIDA) and Johns Hopkins University’s"

  • Presenters: Jeremy Moore, Richard N. Leigh

Gilman 208 -- Panel 6: "Exploring Networks"

  • "Genre Communities in the Shakespeare and Company Dataset" — Lucian Li
  • "Friendly Networks: Using SNAC to Document Social Networks" — James Truitt
  • Chair: Hale Sirin

6:00 PM -- Unwind at R House (301 W. 29th Street)

Saturday, June 17th

8:30-9:00: Breakfast

Room: Gilman 50

9:00-10:30: Keynote Address: Andre Brock — "Questions of Scale and Distributed Blackness"

Room: Gilman 50

Session 1: 10:45-12:15

Gilman 308 -- Panel 7: "DH, Labor, and the Archives"

  • "Alternatives to Searching and Browsing a Massive Collection of Documents: The Case of the Opioid Industry Documents Archive" — Kevin Hawkins
  • "Scanning Labor in the Internet Archive" — Eleanor Colbert, Lucian Li, David Satten-Lopez, Elizabeth Schwartz
  • "Medium as Message: The Innovator in Residence Program at the Library of Congress" — Jaime Mears
  • Chair: Emily McGinn

Gilman 208 -- Panel 8: "Scholarly Editions and Communities"

  • "Alaine Locke’s New Negro Anthology in TEI and MEI: A DEFCON Teaching Collaboration across Two Universities" — Zachary Dominick, Zachary Schleger, Noah Stachera, Elisa Beshero-Bondar, and Bartholomew Brinkman
  • "Against Digital Scholarly Editions in the Business of Surveillance Publishing " — Samuel DiBella
  • Chair: Alex Wermer-Colan

12:15-1:15: Lunch —— Great Hall

Session 2: 1:15-2:45

Gilman 308 -- Panel 9: "Digital Methods and the Archives"

  • "Care and Proximity: An Exploration of Black Digital Intimacies and Intimate Methodology" — Brienne Adams
  • Amanda Licastro, "Building an XR Community at Scale"
  • Chair: Nadejda Webb

Gilman 208 -- Panel 10: "Large Language Models: Challenges and Opportunities"

  • “As an artificial intelligence and neutral entity, I cannot make a personal decision.” Historical Narratives with ChatGPT?" — Alexandra Krebs
  • "Play a Song from the Jukebox: Music Composition and Analysis in the Age of Generative AI" — Nicole Cosme-Clifford
  • Chair: Samuel Backer

Session 3: 3:00-4:30

Gilman 308 -- Works in Progress: The Computational Humanities

  • “Translation Networks" — Ali Bolcakan
  • "Gender at Scale: analyzing gender representation across scholarly literature using the General Index" — Emily Cukier
  • "Initiative in the face of adversity: a social network analysis of the free Black community in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, during the first half of the nineteenth century" — Trevor Kase
  • Chair: Craig Messner

Gilman 208 -- Works in Progress: Pedagogy and Platforms

  • "Python Graphical Authorship Attribution Program (PyGAAP)" — Michael Fang, Alex Napolitano Jawerbaum, Patrick Juola
  • "Tracing the Experience of Instructors as Developers" — Jason Stuart
  • "Overhauling the Interface of the Frankenstein Variorum" — Elisa Beshero-Bondar, Yuying Jin, Raffaele Viglianti
  • Chair: Hale Sirin

Gilman 50: Breakout Sessions 4:30 - 5:30