Vol 1, No 3 (2011)

2010 Chicago DHCS Colloquium

The 2010 DHCS Colloquium was held at Northwestern University from Nov. 21-22, 2010. For additional information and to view the full program of events, please visit http://chicagocolloquium.org

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

Planning the future of JDHCS HTML
Arno Bosse

Paper Presentations

The Other Side of the Panopticon: Technology, Archives, and the Difficulty of Seeing Victorian Heterotopias PDF
Jo Guldi
history.state.gov: A case study of Digital Humanities in Government PDF
Joseph Wicentowski
Social Networks and the Language of Greek Tragedy PDF
Jeff Rydberg-Cox
Language Preservation: A Case Study in Collecting and Digitizing Machine-Tractable Language Data PDF
Jim Cowie, Steve Helmreich, Ron Zacharski
TEI Texts that Play Nicely: Lessons from the MONK Project PDF
Brian L. Pytlik Zillig
Usability of Generic Software in e-Research Infrastructures PDF
Patrick Harms, Jens Grabowski
The Open Annotation Collaboration Phase I: Towards a Shared, Interoperable Data Model for Scholarly Annotation PDF
Timothy W. Cole, Myung-Ja Han

Poster and Demo Sessions

Exploratory Search Interfaces for the UNESCO Multilingual Digital Library: Combining Visualization and Semantics PDF
Stan Ruecker, Ali Shiri, Carlos Fiorentino, Amy Stafford, Mark Bieber, Matt Bouchard
UCOL – Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature Mobile Application Research & Development PDF
Haowei Hsieh, Nicole Dudley, Bridget Draxler, Lauren Haldeman, Jim Cremer, Tiendat Nguyen, Peter Likarish, Jon Winet
Finding the Canary for Text Mining: Analysis of the use and users of MONK text mining research software PDF
Harriett E. Green
InPhO for All: Why APIs Matter PDF
Jaimie Murdock, Colin Allen
Walls that Talk: Thematic Variation in University Library Graffiti PDF
Quinn Dombrowski


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