All Events Related to Research Area: Digital Humanities


Katy, Millie, Misty, and Me: Participatory Culture in Teen Fashion and Humor Comics
2020-03-06
This paper explores pre-Internet, print-based participatory culture in the form of reader-contributed content to fashion and humor comics associated with characters such as Archie Comics’ Katy Keene and Marvel’s Patsy Walker and Millie th...

What Happens When Your Data Aren’t Numbers?
2020-01-31
Many researchers and analysts work with data heavily populated with text, or are loosely structured text, and images. Many tutorials, training, and packages presume a purely numerical world, or ignore the transformations necessary for preparing this ...

Bibliographic Datasets as Linked Data: Investigating the Aggregation of Disparate Libraries
2020-01-24
Bibliographic metadata standards provide a structured approach to managing huge swaths of extremely heterogeneous resources that vary in size, purpose, genre, language, content, age, material, and the socio-political and historical context in which t...

Extracted Features: Opening Access to HathiTrust and Beyond
2019-09-27
The HathiTrust Digital Library (HTDL) contains nearly 17 million volumes (approximately 6 billion pages). Unfortunately, around 11 million HTDL volumes are under copyright restrictions and cannot be shared directly with users. To overcome this proble...

DH Reading Group: Authorship and Scholarly Reputation in Digital Publishing
2016-03-31
ReadingsNicholas, D., Herman, E., Jamali, H., Rodriguez-Bravo, B., Boukacem-Zeghmouri, C., Dobrowolski, T. and Pouchot, S. (2015), New ways of building, showcasing, and measuring scholarly reputation. Learned Publishing, 28: 327. doi: 10.1087/2015041...

Data Mining the American Literary Canon: Metacanon.org and Quantitative Canon Analysis
2016-01-21
METACANON is an interactive canon generator that measures the canonicity of literary works based on the number of citations they have received in scholarly journals.Bio:Guest Speaker Nathan Conroy, Brown University will be speaking on Metacanon.orgHi...

Digital Humanities Reading Group Meeting
2015-10-29
The next meeting date for the IPRH’s Digital Humanities Reading Group will be on Thursday October 29th. This month we will be discussing the intersection of cultural criticism and topic modeling within Digital Humanities in anticipation of Nico...

Oxford summer internship experience recap, led by Nushrat Kahn and Jennifer Westrick
2015-09-30
Oxford-Illinois Digital Library Placement Program RecapsNushrat Khan and Jennifer Westrick will report on their summer 2015 experiences participating in the Oxford-Illinois Digital Library Placement Program at the Bodleian Library and the Oxford e-Re...

Using Pliny to Annotate Digital Resources
2009-07-01
For our first roundtable related to the new Open Annotation Collaboration Mellon-funded grant project, we will examine John Bradley's PLINY annotation tool. In particular we will discuss how and to what extent PLINY can be used to perform some of...