DHSI 2022

[From the DHSI website:]

We are thrilled to be hosting DHSI 2022—Online Edition (June 6-10) this year, which will consist of several aligned conferences & events, institute lectures, and workshops. This page is dedicated to the virtual aligned conferences & events:

Conferences will consist of pre-recorded video presentations available to registered participants and some combination of 2-hour Zoom and Twitter discussions during the week of DHSI. A few days before the scheduled discussion, registered participants will gain access to the password-protected presentations and will have a chance to prepare questions and comments. During the scheduled time, presenters will engage in a Zoom and/or Twitter Q&A and discussion. Please see the below descriptions for further details.

To register for aligned conferences & events, online workshops, and/or institute lectures, please complete the form available at the following link: https://events.eply.com/dhsi-2022-online-edition-registration.

Click here to view the at-a-glance schedule of live sessions for the aligned conferences & events.





#GraphPoem

Event chair: Chris Tanasescu (UCLouvain)

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm PDT Friday, 10 June

All those connected to DHSI and its 2022 edition are invited to be part of the EPoetry event #GraphPoem by MARGENTO by contributing text files or weblinks to a collectively assembled dataset and/or run a script plotting the latter into a real-time evolving network.

The Graph Poem is an ongoing transnational project combining natural language processing and graph theory-based approaches to poetry, with academicDH-literary, and performative outputs.

When DHSI registration opens, participants will be able to sign up for GraphPoem and will receive an account giving them access to the data and the code.

#GraphPoem will have two main components viewable to anybody accessing the following online venues at the time of the event: a livestreamed performance on Margento’s Facebook page and the bot @GraphPoem tweeting text-nodes selected from the evolving graph by a network analysis algorithm and fed into the performance.

To register for DHSI 2022—Online Edition, please complete this form.





DHSI 2022—Online Edition: Workshops

We are thrilled to be hosting DHSI 2022—Online Edition (June 6–10) this year, which will consist of several aligned conferences, institute lectures, and workshops. This page is dedicated to the online workshops.

Online workshop offerings are listed below, which include both synchronous and asynchronous options. Instructor(s) will be in touch with registrants to provide access details for asynchronous materials, details about live workshop sessions(s), and other participation details as DHSI approaches.

Proposed meeting times are approximate and subject to confirmation by instructors at a later time.

More info: https://dhsi.org/dhsi-2022-online-edition/.

#AltissiaChair #ChrisTanasescu ed. Literature and/as (the) Digital

Special issue (Vol. 25) of

Interférences litteraires/literaire interferenties

on

Literature and/as (the) Digital

guest edited by Chris Tanasescu

Contents:

Literature and/as (the) Digital. An Introduction

Chris Tanasescu





Writing like a Machine or Becoming an Algorithmic Subject

Johanna Drucker





Applying Poetic Media in the Digital Humanities

Christoper Funkhouser





Pour une redéfinition pornographique du champ littéraire. Une exploration des marges de la littérature numérique avec les travailleuses du texte

Servanne Monjour, Marcello Vitali-Rosati





Close Listening and Synesthetic Reading Across Multiple Poetry Archives: Tracking the Performative Afterlives of a Poem

James Lee, Ankit Basnet, Holly Virginia Clark, Michael Hennessey, Arlene Johnson, Wendy Burk, Nidhi Mavani





Performative poetry as program, programmed poetry as performance

Rui Torres, Sandra Guerreiro Dias





Why #WomenTechLit? Because…

Maria Mencia





On an Unknown Ancestor of Burrows’ Delta Measure

Petr Plecháč





Thresholds to the “Great Unread”: Titling Practices in Eleven ELTeC Collections

Roxana Patras, Carolin Odebrecht, Ioana Galleron, Rosario Arias, Berenike J. Herrmann, Cvetana Krstev, Katja Mihurko Poniž, Dmytro Yesypenko





Hard Nut to Crack: Automatic Idiom Detection

Anna Feldman





Distant and Close Reading in Literature: a case of networks in Periodical Studies

Julie M. Birkholz, Leah Budke





#GraphPoem: Automatic Classification of Rhyme and Diction in Poetry

Vaibhav Kesarwani, Diana Inkpen, Chris Tanasescu





Vagueness Machines: Computational Indeterminacy in the Work of Jen Bervin and Nick Montfort

Andrew Klobucar





Poésies performatives à l’épreuve de la spatialité: la résidence d’écriture numérique

Carole Bisenius-Penin, Karen Cayrat





La littérature numérique, ce « jeu d’écriture à ciel ouvert »

Corentin Lahouste





Depending or Transgressing? Kinetic Writing that Belongs and Breaks Away

Álvaro Seiça





Varia

Un atlas des zones blanches. Un monde sans rivage, d’Hélène Gaudy

Manon Delcour





Interview

« Et à la fin on avait un seul texte ». Écriture poétique, ateliers et livres numériques. Entretien avec Nicolas Tardy

Nicolas Tardy, Anne Reverseau





Read the issue on the journal’s website here.