Videos of 2012 Digital Humanities Start-Up Grantees
We're happy to say that we now have videos from the annual Office of Digital Humanities Project Directors Meeting, held September 20, 2012 at the Old Post Office in Washington, DC. This meeting brought together top researchers in the digital humanities from across the United States.
In these videos below, watch the directors of NEH's Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants give short, three-minute lightning presentations on their projects.
Click any link below to go directly to the video.
Is That You Mr. Lincoln?: Applying Authorship Attribution to the Early Political Writings of Abraham Lincoln, Daniel Stowell, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Foundation & Patrick Juola, Duquesne University
The Distributed Text: An Annotated Digital Edition of Franz Boas’s Pioneering Ethnography, Aaron Glass, Bard College
A prototype of a syntactically annotated corpus of Appalachian English, Christina Tortora, CUNY Research Foundation, College of Staten Island
The Pathways to Freedom Digital Narrative Project, Deborah Mutnick, Long Island University--Brooklyn
Annotation Studio: multimedia text annotation for students, Kurt Fendt & Jamie Folsom, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Building an Open-Source Archive for Born-Digital Dissertations, Liza Potts, Michigan State University & Kathie Gossett , Iowa State University
NYC Chronology of Place, a Linked Open Data Gazetteer, Matthew Knutzen, New York Public Library
Encouraging digital scholarly publishing in the Humanities, Bonnie Robinson & Judith Brauer, North George College and State University
Digital Video Navigation and Archival Content Management Tools for Non-linear Oral History Narratives, Peter Asaro, The New School
Digital Humanities in the Classroom: Bridging the Gap between Teaching and Research, Marie-Claire Beaulieu, Tufts University
The Tesserae Project: A Search Engine for Allusion, Neil Coffee, University at Buffalo, SUNY
FACES: Faces, Art, and Computerized Evaluation Systems, Conrad Rudolph, University of California, Riverside
English Broadside Ballad Archive (EBBA): "Ballad Illustration Archive", M. Patricia Fumerton & Carl Stahmer, University of California, Santa Barbara
The Visual Page, Natalie Houston, University of Houston
ANGLES: A web-based XML Editor, Trevor Muñoz, University of Maryland, College Park
Topic Modeling for Humanities Research, Jennifer Guiliano, University of Maryland, College Park
Active OCR, Travis Brown, University of Maryland, College Park
Making the Digital Humanities More Open, George Williams, University of South Carolina Upstate
Essays in Visual History: Making Use of the International Mission Photography Archive, Jon Miller, University of Southern California
Scholar’s Dashboard: Creating a Multidisciplinary Tool Via “Design and Build” Workshops, John Magill & Andy Schocket, Wright State University