Conference Programme

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Day 1 – Monday 22nd November 2021

Time
Session

1.30 pm
Welcome / Mihi
President’s address

Zoom: 910 5707 8968

2.00 pm
Plenary Keynote Panel

Indigenous Data Sovereignty — The Journey, and the Destination
Panelists: Professor Tahu Kukutai, Distinguished Professor Maggie Walter and Professor Donna Cormack
Chair: Sacha McMeeking
Zoom: 910 5707 8968

3.30 pm
TEA BREAK

4.00 pm
STREAM 2:

Chair: Paul Millar
Zoom: 981 9041 4015

Open Scholarship to Engage Communities [Abstract]
Paul Arthur, Lydia Hearn
Casting the Net Wider – challenges and opportunities in expanding the DH community [Abstract]
Chris Houghton
Multiple handholds, a stronger web: working across communities in an uncertain environment to strengthen digital humanities and support at the University of Adelaide Library [Abstract]
Alexis Tindall

STREAM 3:

Chair: Christopher Thomson
Zoom: 939 6884 0997

More-than-human tongues: Talking animals and their agencies in technocultural networks [Abstract]
Ekaterina (Katya) Krylova
Yes, I’m up for this: DH collaboration through shared trauma, memes and gaming [Abstract]
Jedidiah Reardon, Angel Leelasorn, Kit Nelson, Sung Eun Elly Hong, Katrina Grant, Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller
Expressions about social and individual responsibilities during COVID-19 in New Zealand: Sentiment analysis of tweets [Abstract]
Wan Chi Leung, Giulio Valentino Dalla Riva

5.30 pm
TEA BREAK

6.00 pm
Social Event

Newcomers’ Welcome
Chair: David Ciccoricco
Zoom: 993 0432 4616

Day 2 – Tuesday 23rd November 2021

Time
Session

2.00 pm
Keynote Presentation

Building a Regional Community of DH Practice: Yes We Can!
Rachel Esson, Te Pouhuaki National Librarian
Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa | National Library of New Zealand

Chair: Associate Professor Sydney Shep
Zoom: 940 0089 6157

3.30 pm
TEA BREAK

4.00 pm
STREAM 1:

Chair: Erin Harrington
Zoom: 993 0432 4616

Panel

What are literary games, and why do they matter? [Abstract]
Caelum Greaves, Ursula Standring Bellugue, Chris Lam

STREAM 2:

Chair: Geoffrey Ford
Zoom: 981 9041 4015

Philosophical writing in early New Zealand newspapers (A case study of corpus construction from large digitised newspaper datasets) [Abstract]
Joshua Black
Finding novel ideas in writing through computational graph-theoretic analysis [Abstract]
Hunter Hatfield, Michael Cop
Sentiment and Topics in Letters Written by 19th Century Immigrants in North America [Abstract]
Alayne Moody

STREAM 3:

Chair: Rachel Hendery
Zoom: 939 6884 0997

Come to the party, bring a plate: artificial intelligence, libraries, archives, museums, and the DH community, demystifying the work [Abstract]
Alexis Tindall,  Ingrid Mason, Sydney Shep
Open Ours: Librarians Yacking & Hacking Community in Te Pokapū @ Otago [Abstract]
Lisa Chisholm, Judy Fisher, Alexander Ritchie
Resurfacing archival sound in humanities research: the recordings of New Zealand’s World War II Mobile Broadcasting Units [Abstract]
Sarah Johnston

5.30 pm
TEA BREAK

Day 3 – Wednesday 24th November 2021

Time
Session

11.00 am
Workshop

An introduction to Jupyter notebooks for text analysis: Virtual workshop for absolute beginners [Abstract]
Sara King, Simon Musgrave
This workshop is limited to a maximum of 15 participants. To register, email dha2020@canterbury.ac.nz

2.00 pm
Keynote Presentation

Toward Slow Communities
Matt Gold, City University of New York
Chair: Professor Paul Millar
Zoom: 995 3376 2146

3.30 pm
TEA BREAK

4.00 pm
STREAM 1:

Chair: Tully Barnett
Zoom: 993 0432 4616

Panel

Technology, art, and science at play in the Neganthropocene [Abstract]
Bridie Lonie, David Green, Finn Petrie

STREAM 2:

Chair: Donald Matheson
Zoom: 981 9041 4015

Looking for Māoriland [Abstract]
Sydney Shep, Rhys Owen, Rere-No-A-Rangi Pope
Intellectual property – data sovereignty in action: A contribution to global conversations [Abstract]
Pikihuia Reihana
Building transnational relationships for live performing arts databases [Abstract]
Sarah Thomasson
The Australian Cultural Data Engine: Connecting research, industry and government [Abstract]
Tyne Daile Sumner

STREAM 3:

Chair: Paul Arthur
Zoom: 939 6884 0997

Evolution of community discourses in Cantabrians’ reiterated earthquake stories: A combined topic model and positioning analysis approach [Abstract]
Hayden Blain, Chris Thomson
Towards an electronic reference grammar of Idi [Abstract]
Dineke Schokkin, Gia Hurring, Robert Fromont
Expanding the user community of scholarship: language description as an example [Abstract]
Simon Musgrave, Nick Thieberger

5.30 pm
TEA BREAK

6.00 pm
Social Event

Australasian DH Lore
Chair: David Ciccoricco
Zoom: 993 0432 4616

Day 4 – Thursday 25th November 2021

Time
Session

2.00 pm
STREAM 1:

Chair: Tully Barnett
Zoom: 993 0432 4616

Panel

Separated by a common language: Barriers to creating communities through ‘F.U.N.* words, alternative meaning(s) or specialised terminology [Abstract]
Aaron Humphrey, Tully Barnett, Jenny Fewster, Mary Filsell, Sara King, Diana Newport-Peace, Linda Pearce, Alexis Tindall

STREAM 2

Chair: David Ciccoricco
Zoom: 981 9041 4015

Panel

ADA – Digital and Community in Aotearoa New Zealand [Abstract]
Vicki Smith, Ted Whitaker, Birgit Bachler, Maggie Buxton

STREAM 3:

Chair: Sydney Shep
Zoom: 939 6884 0997

Strengthening the Digital Environmental Humanities (DEH) [Abstract]
John C. Ryan, Paul Arthur, Lydia Hearn
Visualising Postcolonial Mobility Labor in the Digital Humanities [Abstract]
Nabeel Siddiqui
Geocoding spaces in the de-colonial classroom – thoughts toward a local, decolonial teaching of DH in southern Aotearoa [Abstract]
Alexander Ritchie, Kate Knox

3.30 pm
TEA BREAK

4.00 pm
STREAM 1:

Chair: David Ciccoricco
Zoom: 993 0432 4616

Panel

Insert Link: Connecting digital humanities and digital literature in New Zealand [Abstract]
April Salchert, Nat Moore, David Ciccoricco

STREAM 2:

Chair: Susan Ford
Zoom: 981 9041 4015

New life for digital research [Abstract]
Nick Thieberger, Amanda Harris, Marco La Rosa
From archival find to public domain: Otto Rank’s homosexual tendencies in mythology and literature [Abstract]
Birgit Lang, Nick Thieberger, Brigid Grigg, Robert Turnbull, Daniel Russo-Batterham, Edoardo Tescari
You don’t know what you’ve got til it’s gone: understanding the value of primary research data in the humanities [Abstract]
Tully Barnett, Nick Thieberger

STREAM 3:

Zoom: 912 8831 0615, Passcode: 541667

ResBaz Aotearoa 2021 Crossover Event: GLAM Workbench [Abstract]
Tim Sheratt

5.30 pm
TEA BREAK

6.00 pm
Final Plenary

aaDH Looking Ahead
Chair: Paul Millar
Zoom: 945 4911 5611