Workshop Programme

Digital humanities and the technologies of the semantic web: decolonizing description for the sake of digital humanities

Organizers: Marijana Tomić, Manuel Burghardt, Mirna Willer, Anne Gilliland & Gordon Dunsire

In cooperation with: Theresa Zammit Lupi

Location: Lecture Hall Idassa (Rectorate, 2nd floor)

This workshop is FREE for all registered ISI 2015 participants, but space is limited to the first 40 applicants (workshop registration via email is required).

Workshop Program

10:00 – 11:30

  1. Prof. Anne Gilliland, PhD & Prof. Mirna Willer, PhD. Implications of the
    Information Multiverse for Bibliographic and Archival Information
  2. Gregory Rolan. Beyond the collection: the network as archive
  3. Giovanni Michetti, PhD, Assistant Professor. Unneutrality of archival standards and processes

Coffee break   11:30-12:00

12:00 – 13:30

  1. Gordon Dunsire, Consultant. Linked data & paradigm shift: from the (catalogue) record to the statement (triple) in OWA (presented by Prof. Mirna Willer, PhD)
  2. Marijana Tomić, PhD, Assistant Professor. Research data in humanities and OWA
  3. Theresa Zammit Lupi, PhD (Skype). The design of a database as a research tool for the study on a collection of musical manuscripts

Lunch   13:30 – 14:30

14:30 – 16:00

  1. Prof. Christian Wolff, PhD. Challenges of Description in a Multi-Lingual, Diachronic Corpus Project
  2. Manuel Burghardt, PhD. Description of Dramatic Texts for Quantitative Analysis
  3. Marijana Tomić, PhD, Assistant Professor. Visual tagging of digitized manuscripts and incunabula with DocMark software
  4. Manuel Burghardt, PhD. Encoding and Analyzing a Large Corpus of German Folk Music – A Case Study

16:00 – 17:00

Final discussion moderated by workshop organizers