Workshop Program

June 7, 2019

08:55-10:30 Session 1

08:55–09:00 Welcome

09:00–09:30 Modeling Word Emotion in Historical Language: Quantity Beats Supposed Stability in Seed Word Selection
Johannes Hellrich, Sven Buechel and Udo Hahn

09:30–10:00 Clustering-Based Article Identification in Historical Newspapers
Martin Riedl, Daniela Betz and Sebastian Padó

10:00–10:30 Poster Teasers

11:00-12:30 Session 2

11:00–11:30 The Scientization of Literary Study
Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb and Andrew Piper

11:30–12:00 Are Fictional Voices Distinguishable? Classifying Character Voices in Modern Drama
Krishnapriya Vishnubhotla, Adam Hammond and Graeme Hirst

12:00–12:30 Automatic Alignment and Annotation Projection for Literary Texts
Uli Steinbach and Ines Rehbein

14:00-15:00 Invited Talk

Working with Cultural Heritage at Scale: Developing Tools and Platforms to Enable Historians to Explore History in the Age of Abundance
Ian Milligan

15:00-15:30 Poster Session

Inferring missing metadata from environmental policy texts
Steven Bethard, Egoitz Laparra, Sophia Wang, Yiyun Zhao, Ragheb Al-Ghezi,
Aaron Lien and Laura López-Hoffman

Stylometric Classification of Ancient Greek Literary Texts by Genre
Efthimios Gianitsos, Thomas Bolt, Pramit Chaudhuri and Joseph Dexter

A framework for streamlined statistical prediction using topic models
Vanessa Glenny, Jonathan Tuke, Nigel Bean and Lewis Mitchell

Revisiting NMT for Normalization of Early English Letters
Mika Hämäläinen, Tanja Säily, Jack Rueter, Jörg Tiedemann and Eetu Mäkelä

Graph convolutional networks for exploring authorship hypotheses
Tom Lippincott

Semantics and Homothetic Clustering of Hafez Poetry
Arya Rahgozar and Diana Inkpen

Computational Linguistics Applications for Multimedia Services
Kyeongmin Rim, Kelley Lynch and James Pustejovsky

Correcting Whitespace Errors in Digitized Historical Texts
Sandeep Soni, Lauren Klein and Jacob Eisenstein

16:00-17:35 Session 3

16:00–16:30 On the Feasibility of Automated Detection of Allusive Text Reuse
Enrique Manjavacas, Brian Long and Mike Kestemont

16:30–17:00 The limits of Spanglish?
Barbara Bullock, Wally Guzman and Almeida Jacqueline Toribio

17:00–17:30 Sign Clustering and Topic Extraction in Proto-Elamite
Logan Born, Kate Kelley, Nishant Kambhatla, Carolyn Chen and Anoop Sarkar

17:30–17:35 Closing