Publications & Presentations

Presentations and publications by CDH staff and affiliates.


Bauer, Jean. “Computers and Stories.” (Invited talk.) Rhode Island College, October 2015.


Bauer, Jean. “Remembering the Ladies: Natalie Zemon Davis, Glikl bas Judah Leib, and the Diplomacy of Abigail Adams.” Transformations in Global History, Princeton University, October 2015.


Bauer, Jean. “Inventing the Future of Digital Humanities.” (Invited talk.) Boston College, November 2015.


Bauer, Jean. “This Just Got Meta: Bibliographic Description, Data Visualization, and Digital Humanities in Libraries.” (Invited talk.) Colloquium on Scholarly Communication, American University, April 2016.


Bauer, Jean. “Art and Science in American Diplomacy: From Benjamin Franklin to John Quincy Adams.” (Invited talk.) Art and Science Society of Philadelphia, May 2016.


Bauer, Jean. “Gatekeepers and Bottlenecks: The State Department and Jay’s Treaty.” (Paper presentation.) Society for American Foreign Relations Annual Conference, University of San Diego, June 2016.


Bauer, Jean. "If You Give a Historian Code: Adventures in the Digital Humanities.” (Invited talk.) University College London, July 2016.


Bauer, Jean. “Seeing the Argument: Visualize your Database with DAVILA.” (Poster presentation.) DH2016, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland, July 2016. http://dh2016.adho.org/abstracts/172


Bauer, Jean, Rebecca Munson, Rebecca Sutton Koeser, Xinyi Li, and Benjamin Hicks. “Pages and Margins.” (Paper presented as part of panel: "Archaeologies of Reading: Modeling and Recreating the Annotation Practices of Gabriel Harvey, John Dee, Jacques Derrida, and the Winthrop Family.") Digital Humanities 2017, Montreal, Quebec, August 2017.


Benedict, Nora. “Linked Literary Networks in the Global South.” (Paper presentation and chaired panel.) Latin American Studies Association Conference, Barcelona, May 2018.


Benedict, Nora. “Linked Global Networks of Cultural Production.” Princeton Research Day, May 2018.


Benedict, Nora. “Linked Global Networks of Cultural Production.” (Paper to be presented as part of a panel co-chaired with Cecily Raynor.) Digital Humanities 2018, Mexico City, June 2018.


Benedict, Nora. “Linked Global Networks of Cultural Production: Digitally Engineering Victoria Ocampo’s Sur Enterprise.” In Digital Encounters: Narratives and Networks in Latin American Cyberspace. Ed. Cecily Raynor. Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2018.


Benedict, Nora. “From Print to Pixel: Analyzing Victoria Ocampo’s Literary Networks in the Twenty-First Century.” (Invited Panel: “Digital Hispanisms” with Élika Ortega and Vanessa Ceia.) Modern Language Association, Chicago, January 2019.


Ermolaev, Natalia, and Clifford Wulfman. “Liberating the Avant Garde: The Blue Mountain Project and the Creation of a Web Resource for Magazines.” Digital Cultural Heritage 2015 International Conference, Berlin State Library, Berlin, October 2015.


Ermolaev, Natalia, and Phillip Gleissner. “The Digital Émigré” Roundtable, "Digital Humanities: Projects, Methodology, Community." Annual Conference of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Philadelphia, November 2015.


Ermolaev, Natalia, and Phillip Gleissner. “The Digital Émigré: Russian Periodical Studies and DH in the Slavic Fields.” (Poster.) Digital Humanities 2016, Kraków, Poland, July 2016.


Ermolaev, Natalia. “Discovering Prokofiev: Music and the Archive.” (Paper presentation.) Columbia Global Centers, Paris, November 2017.


Ermolaev, Natalia, and Mark Saccamano. “The Prokofiev Archive as Data.” (Paper presentation.) New Directions in Prokofiev Studies symposium, Columbia University, April 13, 2018.


Ermolaev, Natalia. “Discovering Prokofiev: Music and the Archive.” (Paper presentation.) Columbia University, April 24, 2018.


Ermolaev, Natalia, and Phillip Gleissner. “Periodical Studies: Why and How to Re-read East European Journals.” ASEEES NewsNet 56.1 (2016), pp. 11–12.


Ermolaev, Natalia, Xinyi Li, and Rebecca Munson. “Design for Digital Humanities Project Management.” (Panel presentation.) Digital Humanities 2018, Mexico City, June 2018.


Ermolaev, Natalia. “The Archive as Data: The Serge Prokofiev Archive.” (Short paper presentation.) Princeton Research Day 2018, Princeton, May 10, 2018.


Hicks, Benjamin. “Mapping Pliny’s Social Network: A Case Study in Digital Prosopography.” (Poster presentation.) Digital Humanities 2017, Montreal, Quebec, August 2017.


Hicks, Benjamin; “PlinyProject: The Social Network of Pliny the Younger.” (Short Paper presentation.) Princeton Research Day 2018, Princeton, May 10, 2018.


Koeser, Rebecca Sutton, and Benjamin Hicks. “Bridging Digital Humanities Internal and Open Source Software Projects through Reusable Building Blocks.” (Poster presentation.) Digital Humanities 2018, Mexico City, June 2018.


Koeser, Rebecca Sutton. “Can Scholarship be Agile?” (Short Paper presentation.) Digital Humanities 2018, Mexico City, June 2018.


Li, Xinyi, and Rebecca Sutton Koeser. “Design for Interdisciplinary Collaboration.” (Conference presentation.) AIGA Converge, Los Angeles, June 2017.


Li, Xinyi, and Rebecca Sutton Koeser. “Design for Collaborative Research: Introspection on Digital Humanities.” Position paper submitted to AIGA Dialectic, July 2017.


Munson, Rebecca. TexT Technologies Fellow, Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis, Stanford University, August 2016. Spent a week in residence to analyze and present on metadata related to Common Readers.


Munson, Rebecca. “Visualizing English Print.” Folger Shakespeare Library Seminar, Washington, D.C., December 2016.


Munson, Rebecca. “Traces of Reading in Shakespeare’s Britain.” Shakespeare Association of America, Atlanta, April 2017.


Munson, Rebecca. “Mongrel Forms: Print-Manuscript Hybridity, Annotated Books, and Digital Methods.” In Early British Drama in Manuscript, eds. Tamara Atkin and Laura Estill. Brepols, 2018.


Munson, Rebecca. “The Stuff of Thought: Annotated Plays, Data Modeling, and Cognition.” (Pre-circulated papers and seminar discussion.) Seminar on Media, Interface, and Cognition, Shakespeare Association of America Conference, Los Angeles, March 2018.


Munson, Rebecca. “Advancing the Folger’s Digital Asset Platform.” Co-leading a Mellon Foundation funded symposium occasioned by the launch of Miranda, the Folger Digital Asset Platform. Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., September 2018.


Willan, Claude. “The British Enlightenment Network.” Networks in History Conference, Stanford, April 2016.


Willan, Claude. “Mining and Faceting Networks.” (Poster.) Digital Humanities 2016, Kraków, Poland, July 2016.


Willan, Claude. “Betweenness and Clustering: Historical Poetics via Network Analysis.” (Invited keynote speaker.) University of Houston Digital Humanities Social Sciences Inaugural Workshop, Houston, March 2017.