In under a week’s time, the DH2014 conference will kick off in Lausanne, Switzerland. On Tuesday 8 July, our workshop Sound and (moving) images in focus, also known as AVinDH will take place. The final programme of the workshop, including revisions due to two unfortunate withdrawals, is now as follows:
09.00-10.00 Keynote Andreas Fickers – “If content is king, context is its crown”: Doing digital media history in the age of abundance
10.00-10.45 Session Data collection & Exploration
–Kleppe – Tracing the afterlife of iconic photographs using IPTC
-Ordelman – Using computer vision to facilitate exploration of television archives
11.00-12.00 Keynote Arjan van Hessen – Infrastructures: will they be used?
13.00-14.30 Session Exploration & Analysis
–Baaren & Van Gorp – ‘Disclosed’ readings of transmedia content: a demonstration of TROVe
–Nyhan & Flinn – Oral History, audio-visual materials and Digital Humanities: a new ‘grand challenge’?
–Huang & Lawaetz – Radio Sound and the Measuring of Sensuous Voice Qualities
–Clement – The Hermeneutics of Distant Listening to Spoken Word Texts with High Performance Sound Technologies for Access and Scholarship
14.30-14.45 Coffee break
14.45-16.00 Session Analysis & Presentation
–Van Gorp, Olesen, Fossati, & Noordegraaf – Emerging Cinema/Emerging Methods: Developing a Tool for EYE’s Jean Desmet Collection
–Henderson – The EVIA Digital Archive Project: A Time-Based Media Annotation and Online Access System for Digital Humanities Research, Teaching, and Collaboration
–Sanders & Hagedoorn – How to publish AV research online
16.00-17.00 Synthesis & Concluding remarks
The workshop will take place in room 5A. At the Swiss Tech Center the locations of the registration desk and the workshop will be pointed out.
For attendees, please note that Switzerland has different power sockets, see this photo for details.
Traveling details to the venue can be found here. Do check this information, as some metro-lines are under construction-work.
Online registration is no longer possible. If you still wish to attend, registration is possible on the day itself at the registration desk.
Finally, we have the programme and abstracts available as a PDF for your reading while traveling. Download the PDF here: AVinDH infopackage PDF.