DH2015 – Digital humanities

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Conference: DH2015 Global digital humanities: the annual conference of the alliance of digital humanities organizations Held at the University of Western Sydney – South Parramatta, 29 June to 3 July 2015 This was the first time this international conference had been held in Australia, and I attended as someone nearly completely new to the area […]

Linking humanities data geospatially with Pelagios and Recogito

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I undertook a pre-conference workshop with Leif Isaksen and Mia Ridge in using the linked open data site Pelagios and annotating it with Recogito. We learned how geospatial data can be developed from humanities sources, such as from old maps or from text in open source literature. The result is a ‘bottomless’ maps, always open […]

Fugitive texts

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Fugitive Texts: Replication, Attribution, and Bibliography in the Digitized Archive Presenter: Ryan Cordell, NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks at Northeastern University part of the Literary Studies Seminar series, ANU Dr Cordell works on the Viral Texts project, which uses “robust data mining tools to discover reprinted content across large-scale archives of nineteenth-century newspapers and […]