The DH2015 conference posters will be displayed in Building EEa Learning Commons for the duration of the main conference days (Wednesday 1 July – Friday 3 July). During the 2 hour poster session 4:00pm-6:00pm Wednesday 1 July, poster authors will be present to answer questions from delegates.

Please Note: Poster authors are invited to put their posters up from 8:00am Wednesday 1 July. Materials to affix posters will be provided. Posters must be removed by 5:15pm Friday 3 July. The conference does not take responsibility for posters left behind.

1 Translation, Annotation and Knowledge Modelling of the Babylonian Talmud: The Traduco System
Giulia Benotto
2 A 3D Model of the Venetian Galeazza
Alessandro Cavinato
3 Ivanhoe: A Platform for Textual Play
Andrew Ferguson
4 From KWIC Concordance to Video Excerpt or Folio Facsimile: Demonstration of Multimodal and Multimedia Corpora in TXM
Serge Heiden
5 Senga: Participatory Curation and the Mathematical Model of Exhibition
Asanobu Kitamoto
6 The British Library Big Data Experiment: Experimental Interfaces, Experimental Teaching
James William Baker, Melissa Terras
7 Mapping the Futures of Higher Education: Teaching, Learning and Research in the Age of Google
Lisa Tagliaferri
8 Libraries and Digital Humanities Special Interest Group
Zoe Borovsky
9 Following the Stars (Under the Stars): Mapping The Film Circuits of Inter-War Outdoor Picture Gardens in Western Australia
Courtney Angela
10 An Environment for Putting Digital Humanities Pedagogy in Place
Elisabeth Burr, Elena Potapenko, Pascal Kovacs,  Arámis  Concepción Durán
11 DPRR: Digitizing the Prosopography of the Roman Republic
John Bradley
12 Through the Magnifying Glass: Rolling Stylometry for Collaborative Authorship
Maciej Eder
13 Modelling Genre Using Character Networks: The National Tales and Domestic Novels of Maria Edgeworth
Michael Gregory Falk
14 Measuring Virality: Quantifying Formal and Paratextual Features Associated with “Viral” Books
Erik Fredner
15 A Story of Design Research: Initiating a Change Network for Western Sydney
Allison Gill
16 Creating Linked Data within Archival Description: Tools for Extracting, Validating, and Encoding Access Points for Finding Aids
Karen F. Gracey
17 Geo-Language Games: An Agent-Based Model of the Role of Terrain in Language Diversity
Liam Magee, Rachel Marion Hendery
18 Sea Stacks: Contemporary Atlantic Canadian Books for Children and Youth
Vivian Howard
19 Novels in Context: A TEI Database of Primary Resources for Teachers, Students, and Scholars
Tonya Howe
20 Patterns of Novelty in Literary Data
Thomas Padilla
21 Multiple Views and Modes of Engagement with a Repository of Digital Texts
Christian Witter
22 Animation of Chinese Characters: The Evolution of the Shapes and Styles
Jiajia Hu
23 Digital Corpus and Toolset for Performing Text Analysis on Chinese Translation of Buddhist Scriptures
Jen-Jou Hung
24 Digital Democracy Project: Making Government More Transparent One Video at a Time
Sam Blakeslee, Alex Dekhtyar, Foaad Khosmood, Franz Kurfess, Hans Poshcman, Giovanni Prinzivalli, Christine Robertson, Skylar Durst
25 Using Multiple Strategies to Find Connections in Digital Archives: Making Sense of Historical Data
Connie Lee Lester
26 Myths on Maps
Greg Newton
27 Exploration of Billions of Words of the HathiTrust Corpus with Bookworm: HathiTrust + Bookworm Project
Loretta Auvil
28 AXES: Researching & Accessing Videos through Multimodal Analyses
Martijn Kleppe
29 CATview – Supporting the Investigation of Text Genesis of Large Manuscripts by an Overall Interactive Visualization Tool
Marcus Pöckelmann,  André Medek, Paul Molitor,  Jörg Ritter
30 Archaeology in the Digital Age: From Paper to Databases
Thierry Poibeau
31 Generating Navigable Semantic Maps from Social Sciences Corpora
Thierry Poibeau
32 The Aboriginal Dreaming Meets Virtual Reality
Tomas Trescak, Melissa Williams, Terry Sloan, Anton Bogdanovych, Simeon Simoff
33 Exploring Community Engagement in the Design of an Online Archive
Laura Carletti, Angeles Munoz, Jesse Blum, James Goulding, Victoria Shipp, Joanna Robinson
34 Using Feature Structures for the Study of Medieval Manuscripts
Helena  Bermúdez Sabel
35 Alveo: Software Engineering with Humanities Researchers
Jared Berghold, Jeremy Hammond, Steve Cassidy, Dominique Estival, DenisBurnham, Peter Sefton
36 Identifying Classical and Written Vernacular Chinese Language: A Statistical Study Based on Texts from New Youth Magazine (1915-1922)
Li-hsing Ho,  Ching-Syang Jack Yue,  Wen-huei Chen
37 Finding the Same Artworks from Multiple Databases in Different Languages
Taisuke Kimura, Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Fuminori Kimura, Akira Maeda
38 A Study of Symbolic Element Network in National Emblems
Jyi-Shane Liu,  Ke-Chi Ning,  Tze-Jung Huang
39 Digitisation, Processing, Dissemination: Charting the Ecology of the New Scholarly Edition
Merisa Ariel Martinez,  Aodhán Kelly, Daniel Powell
40 Nocht: An Open Source Tool for Text Analysis
James Christopher O’Sullivan, Patricia Hswe, Christopher P. Long
41 You Can Leave Your Hat On-line: Multiple Context-Dependent Identities on Social Networking Sites
Spyros Angelopoulos, Michael Brown, Dominic Price, Richard Mortier, Derek McAuley
42 Significance of Linking between Past and Present, East and West, and Various Databases
Kiyonori Nagasaki, Paul Hackett, Charles A. Muller, Toru Tomabechi, Masahiro Shimoda
43 DARIAH-DE: Building a Distributed Research Data Repository for a Digital Humanities Network
Stefan Schmunk
44 The Dariah Reference Curriculum for Digital Humanities (DARIAH-RC)
Susan Schreibman
45 In the Spotlight: Digitization and the Keith/Albee Vaudeville Theater Collection
Justin Lee Baumgartner
46 Collaborative, Speculative Technologically-enhanced Mobile Libraries, or How Davidson College Students Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Library
Caitlin Christian-Lamb
47 The Transported Imagination: Magazines, Travel and the Pacific 1920s-30s
Sarah Galletly
48 Implementing and Sustaining a DH Infrastructure – “The HUMlab Experience”
Fredrik Palm
49 Supporting Peer-Review for GeoHumanities and Spatially-Inflected Projects
Katherine Weimer, David J. Wrisley
50 Prototyping A Workset Builder Using Semantic Technologies
Jacob Jett
51 ’88milSMS’, A New Digital Corpus Resource Of French Text Messages: Why We Chose To Exclude Full Transcoding And Standardised Tagging
Rachel Panckhurst
52 Bridging the Gap between the National Library and the Researchers
Hildelies Balk, Lottee Wilms
53 The DH Experience
Selman Zachary Palmer, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, John Montague, Luciano Frizzera, Alex Gill, Daniel O’Donnell
54 Tales of a Discipline in the Digital Age: Information Practices and Needs in Art History
Christina Kamposiori
55 Interrogating Our Collections; Interrogating Ourselves
Louise Denoon, Elisa Edmonds, Rachel Franks, Richard Neville
56 Gradient-domain Noise for Realistic Degradations in Historical Documents Images
Mathias Seuret, Nicole Eichenberger, Marcus Liwicki, Rolf Ingold
57 PhiloLogic4 and the Android PhiloReader Apps: Toward Building a Full-Featured PhiloLogic API
Charles M. Cooney, Clovis Gladstone, Walter Shandruk, Robert Morrissey, Glenn Roe
58 Proposal for Creation of “Research Profile” of Photo Archives Using Digital Book Format
Norio Togiya
59 Detection of People Relationship Using Topic Model from Diaries in Medieval Period of Japan
Taizo Yamada
60 Visualizing Japanese Language Change During the Past Century
Bor  Hodošček
61 Morphological Analysis of Japanese Kyōgen Text
Toshinobu Ogiso
62 Towards an Ontopedia for Post-Medieval Hebrew Manuscripts
Gila Prebor, Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet
63 Construction of the Corpus of Toraakira-bon Kyōgen
Taro Ichimura
64 The Characteristics of Personae Observed within Toraakirabon Kyogen Scripts: Extracting Conceptual Words Using Quantitative Analysis
Akihiro Kawase
65 Extracting Key Phrases for Suggesting Annotation Candidates from Japanese Historical Document
Takafumi Sato, Makoto Goto, Fuminori Kimura, Akira Maeda
66 A Quantitative Analysis for the Authorship of Saikaku’s Posthumous Works Compared with Dansui’s works
Ayaka Uesaka, Masakatsu Murakami
67 Medium data method for cultural studies: the case of gender studies in Russian National Corpus
Anastasia Bonch-Osmolovskaya
68 Building Better Linked Data & Ontology Visualization Tools
John Simpson, Susan Brown, Jana Smith Elford, Shawn Murphy, Michael Brundin
69 The cusp of change – A culturally safe e-Learning platform on Ancient Australia
Nola-Joyce Turner-Jensen
70 A System for the Textual Inheritance Relation of Chinese Historical Classics ‘Comprehensive Mirror’, ‘Grand Tortoise’ and ‘Standard Histories’
Jieh Hsiang
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