Publications and Presentations

Asymmetrical Encounters: Digital Humanities Approaches to Reference Cultures in Europe, 1815-1992 (asymenc.eu)

Publications

Bos, Maarten van den. “De Waarheid Duidelijker Aan Het Licht Brengen: De Theologische Cultuur van Seculier Nederland. Een Geschiedenis En Een Uitdaging.” Tijdschrift Voor Theologie 54, no. 2 (2014): 164–84.

———. “Een Nieuwe Bijdrage Aan de Receptiegeschiedenis van Het Tweede Vaticaans Concilie.” Religie En Samenleving 9, no. 3 (2014): 211–33.

———. “Gerieflijk Voor Fraseurs. Secularisatie En de Toekomst van de Nederlandse Kerkgeschiedenis.” Tijdschrift Voor Nederlandse Kerkgeschiedenis 17, no. 3 (2014): 84–92.

———. “Het Sein Om Te Vertrekken. Nederlandse Katholieken in Debat over Verleden, Heden En Toekomst.” In Achter de Zuilen. Op Zoek Naar Religie in Naoorlogs Nederland, edited by Peter van Dam, James Kennedy, and Wielinga, Friso, 79–100. Amsterdam, 2014.

Bos, Maarten van den, Mariona Coll Ardanuy, and Caroline Sporleder. “You Shall Know People by the Company They Keep: Person Name Disambiguation for Social Network Construction.” In 10th SIGHUM Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences and Humanities, edited by Beatrice Alex and Nils Reiter. Berlin: SIGHUM, 2016.

Bos, Maarten van den, and Chris Dols. “King Customer. Contested Conceptualizations of the Consumer and the Politics of Consumption in the Netherlands, 1920-2010.” Low Countries Historical Review forthcoming 2017 (n.d.).

Bos, Maarten van den, and Stephan van Erp. Een Gelukkig Theoloog: Honderd Jaar Edward Schillebeeckx [A Happy Theologian: A Hundred Years of Edward Schillebeeckx. Nijmegen: Valkhof Pers, 2014.

Bos, Maarten van den, and Hermione Giffard. “Mining Public Discourse for Emerging Dutch Nationalism.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 10, no. 3 (2016).

———. “The Grapevine: Measuring the Influence of Dutch Newspapers on Delpher.” Tijdschrift Voor Tijdschriftstudies 38 (December 2015): 29–41.

Coll Ardanuy, Mariona, Jürgen Knauth, Andrei Beliankou, Maarten van den Bos, and Caroline Sporleder. “Person-Centric Mining of Historical Newspaper Collections.” In Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (to be published as Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) ISSN 0302-9743 by Springer). 2016.

Coll Ardanuy, Mariona, Maarten van den Bos, and Caroline Sporleder. “You Shall Know People by the Company They Keep: Person Name Disambiguation for Social Network Construction.” In Proceedings of the ACL 2016 Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences and Humanities, 2016.

Coll Ardanuy, Mariona, Maarten van den Bos, and Caroline Sporleder. “Laboratories of Community: How Digital Humanities Can Further New European Integration History.” In Social Informatics, edited by Aiello Maria, Luca and McFarland Daniel. Barcelona: Springer, 2014.

Eijnatten, Joris van. “Beyond Diversity. The Steady State of Reference Cultures.” International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity 3, no. 3 (December 18, 2015): 1. doi:10.18352/hcm.495.

———, ed. Special Issue: Reference Cultures. Vol. 3. International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity 3. Utrecht: Utrecht University, 2015.

Eijnatten, Joris van, Toine Pieters, and Jaap Verheul. “Big Data for Global History: The Transformative Promise of Digital Humanities.” Low Countries Historical Review 128, no. 4 (2014): 55–77.

———. “Using Texcavator to Map Public Discourse.” Tijdschrift Voor Tijdschriftstudies, no. 35 (July 2014): 59–65.

Giffard, Hermione. “A Hard Sell: Disparities in the Inter-War Adoption of Tungsten Carbide Cutting Tools in Germany, the United States and Britain.” Technology and Culture, accepted.

———. ‘Mediating Hybrids: Consumption and Transnationality.’ in Axel Körner and Ulrich Tideau eds. Re-Mapping Centre and Periphery: Asymmetrical Encounters in European and Global Context. (UCL, forthcoming envisaged 2017.)

———. ‘Transculturalism and Translation: New Approaches to Cultural Contact Zones’, International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity, 4:1 (2016), 29-41.

———. “Inventing the Military-Industrial Complex. Joint Review of Torpedo and the Physics of War.” History Today 64, no. 10 (2014).

———. “Review of Engineers and the Making of the Francoist Regime by Lino Camprubí.” Centaurus, accepted.

———. “The Politics of Donating Technological Artifacts: Techno-Nationalism and the Donations of the World’s First Jet Engines.” History and Technology 30, no. 1–2 (n.d.): 61–82.

Hauswedell, Tessa, Axel Körner and Ulrich Tiedau (eds.),  Re-mapping Centre and Periphery: Asymmetrical Encounters in European and Global Contexts (London: UCL Press, 2017 forthcoming, Open Access).

———. “Introduction”, in: Re-mapping Centre and Periphery: Asymmetrical Encounters in European and Global Contexts (London: UCL Press, 2017 forthcoming, Open Access).

Hauswedell, Tessa, “Metropolises as places of asymmetrical encounters”, in Re-mapping Centre and Periphery: Asymmetrical Encounters in European and Global Contexts (London: UCL Press, 2017 forthcoming, Open Access).

———.‘Images of the European postwar metropolis in German and British media discourses’ in Re-Mapping Centre and Periphery: Asymmetrical Encounters in European and Global Context ed by. Tessa Hauswedell, Axel Körner and Ulrich Tiedau (UCL Press, 2017.)

———.  “London: A European Metropolis 1880-1914.” Journalism and Mass Communication, forthcoming.

———. “Notions of the Imperial Metropolis in British Newspapers 1870-1900.” Urban History, submitted, currently being revised for publication 2016.

———. “Transnational Memory Research in Multilingual Text Corpora: Opportunities and Limits.” Frontiers in Digital Humanities, forthcoming.

———. “‘Why Londoners Need Not Stand in Fear of Drought’: Depictions of Late Nineteenth Century London in the Pall Mall Gazette.” British Library Digital Scholarship Guest Blog Post, February 2016. http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digital-scholarship/.

———. “City Images in European Newspapers”, Online Exhibition: Text Mining Historical News http://tmhn.org/showcase/city-images-in-european-newspapers-2

Hauswedell, Tessa, and Melvin Wevers. “Reporting the Empire: The Branding of Metropolises and Empire in the Pall Mall Gazette, 1870-1900.” In DH Benelux2 Book of Abstrcts for the Second Digital Humanities Benelux Conference, 78–80. Antwerp, 2015. http://dhbenelux.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/dhbenelux-final-programme.pdf.

Mahony, Simon; Tessa Hauswedell and Ulrich Tiedau, “Reflections on the development and implementation of an introductory MOOC for DH methodologies”. DHC2016, https://www.hrionline.ac.uk/dhc/2016/session/47

Pieters, Toine, Jaap Verheul, et al, “A Digital Humanities Approach to the History of Medicine and Science”, in CLARIN in the Low Countries. Ubiquity Press 2016, ed. Jan Odijk and Arjan. Ubiquity Press, chapter 27.

Sporleder, Caroline, Andrei Beliankou, Maarten van den Bos, Mariona Coll Ardanuy, and Jürgen Knauth. “Person-Centric Mining of Historical Newspaper Collections.” In Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, edited by N Fuhr, 320–34. Cham: Springer, 2016.

Tiedau, Ulrich “The Netherlands: a reference culture for Germany (1890—1990)”, in Re-mapping Centre and Periphery: Asymmetrical Encounters in European and Global Contexts (London: UCL Press, 2017 forthcoming, Open Access).

———. “Text Analytics”, “Digital Humanities” “Curriculum, Higher Education, Humanities”, in: Springer Encyclopaedia of Big Data, ed. by L. Schintler et al., New York: Springer [submitted and accepted, 2017 forthcoming]

Verheul, Jaap, “Exploring reference cultures in a transnational perspective”, in Re-mapping Centre and Periphery: Asymmetrical Encounters in European and Global Contexts (London: UCL Press, 2017 forthcoming, Open Access).

 

Web presentations

Tessa Hauswedell, European or Imperial Metropolis? Depictions of London in British Newspapers, 1870-1900 (version IHR Digital History Seminar, 19 January 2016)

Tessa Hauswedell, European or Imperial Metropolis? Depictions of London in British Newspapers, 1870-1900 (version School of Advanced Studies, 5 February 2016)

 

Presentations

 Ardanuy, Mariona Coll, Maarten van den Bos, and Caroline Sporleder. “Laboratories of Community. How Digital Humanities Can Further New European Integration History.” presented at the Social Informatics, Barcelona, 2014.

Bos, Maarten van den. “Measuring Impact. Using Topic Modeling to Analyse the Influence of the Second Vatican Council on Dutch Public Debate.” presented at the Digital Humanities Benelux, Belval, Luxembourg, December 8, 2014.

———. “Transnational Repositories.” presented at the Mining Digital Repositories, The Hague, Netherlands, April 10, 2014.

———. “Tussen Zoeken En Vinden. Digitaal Historisch Onderzoek in de Religiegeschiedenis.” presented at the ADC-congres: 1700 brochures op het scherm.  De Vrijmakingsbrochures gedigitaliseerd, Apeldoorn, oktober 2015.

———. “Unsupervised Walks. Youth, Mass Culture and the Changing Future of Society in Dutch Public Discourse, 1945-1965.” presented at the Beyond Methods of Mining, Utrecht, September 14, 2015.

Bos, Maarten van den, and Mariona Coll Ardanuy. “Laboratories of Community. Mapping Discourses on Reconciliation, Faith and Justice in Early Postwar Europe.” presented at the Reference Cultures and Imagined Empires, Utrecht, June 11, 2014.

Bos, Maarten van den, and Mariona Coll Coll Ardanuy. “Entity Centric Historical Text Mining. A People-Centric Approach to Modern Dutch Religious History.” presented at the Digital Humanities Benelux, Belval, Luxembourg, June 12, 2016.

Bos, Maarten van den, and Hermione Giffard. “Mining Public Discourse for Emerging Dutch Nationalism.” presented at the Semantic technologies for research in the humanities and social sciences, Gothenburg, November 24, 2014.

Bos, Maarten van den, Hermione Giffard, and Tessa Hauswedell. “European Integration: Nationalism in the Twentieth Century.” presented at the conference Imag(in)ining Europe, Utrecht, September 14, 2016.

Coll Ardanuy, Mariona, and Maarten van den Bos. “Building a New Political Sphere? Early European Integration in Digitized Dutch Newspapers.” presented at the conference Exploring Historical Sources with Language Technology, The Hague, December 8, 2014.

Giffard, Hermione. “Asymmetrical Encounters.” presented at the conference Mining Digital Repositories, The Hague, April 10, 2014.

Hauswedell, Tessa. “The European Metropolis? German and English Public Newspaper Discourses 1945-2015.” presented at the Engineering Urban Heritage: Stadtforschung meets Heritage Workshop, Humboldt Universitaet Berlin, October 28, 2015.

———. “The Imperial European Metropolis as a Reference Culture.” presented at the conference Reference Cultures and Imagined Empires in Western History: Global Perspectives 1815-2000, Utrecht, June 11, 2014.

———. “Transnational Memory Research in Multilingual Text Corpora.” presented at the conference Reference Cultures and Imagined Empires in Western History: Global Perspectives 1815-2000, Central European University, Budapest, September 28, 2014.

Pieters, Toine, and Jaap Verheul. “Cultural Text Mining: Using Text Mining to Map the Emergence of Transnational Reference Cultures in Public Media Repositories.” presented at the conference Digital Humanities 2014, Lausanne, July 11, 2014.

Verheul, Jaap. “Buffalo Bill in the Netherlands: Text Mining Dutch Perceptions of the American West.” presented at the conference The Wild West in Transatlantic Perspective, Bozeman, MT and Cody, WY, September 25, 2014.

———. “Moving Beyond Ctrl-F: Cultural Text Mining and Other Digital Utopia’s.” presented at the KNAW series “New Trends in e-Humanities,” Amsterdam, April 24, 2014.

———. “Reference Cultures and Imagined Empires: Concepts and Challenges.” presented at the conference Reference Cultures and Imagined Empires: Global Perspectives, 1815-2000, Utrecht University, June 11, 2014.

 

 

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