Annual Event

Date

Jun 01 2022
Expired!

Time

EEST / CET+1
3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Posters, Demos and coffee

Posters are available online in the DARIAH AE 2022 Zenodo community
Presentations
Data journey through the DARIAH-PL e-infrastructure

Tomasz Parkoła1, Ewa Kuśmierek1, Dominik Purchała2

1Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center; 2University of Warsaw


13 Interviews – A journey in search of Nikos Skalkotas

Chair(s): Katerina El Raheb (Athena Research Center, Greece)

Presenter(s): Dimitra Petousi (Athena Research Center)Akrivi Katifori (Athena Research Center)Katerina Servi (Athena Research Center)Maria Boile (Athena Research Center)Vera Kriezi (The Friends of Music Society)Valia Vraka (The Friends of Music Society)Fotini Venieri (The Friends of Music Society)Stefania Merakos (The Friends of Music Society)Alexandros Charkiolakis (The Friends of Music Society)Lori Kougioumtzian (Athena Research Center)Marina Stergiou (Athena Research Center)Katerina El Raheb (Athena Research Center)Yannis Ioannidis (Athena Research Center)


Put Yourself on the Map! The DH Course Registry Story & its Actors

Chair(s): Iulianna Van der Lek (CLARIN-ERIC)Anna Woldrich (Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities & Cultural Heritage (ACDH-CH), Austrian Academy of Sciences)

Presenter(s): Anna Woldrich (ACDH-CH)Iulianna van der Lek (CLARIN-ERIC)


From5To95

Chair(s): Arijana Lekić- Fridrih (UO PARADOKS, Croatia)

Presenter(s): Arijana Lekić- Fridrih (UO PARADOKS)


Queens of Humanities: Stories to attract and engage

Chair(s): Magdalena Wnuk (Institute of Literary Research, PAS, Poland)Marta Świetlik (Institute of Literary Research, PAS, Poland)

Presenter(s): Magdalena Wnuk (Institute of Literary Research, PAS, Poland)Marta Świetlik (Institute of Literary Research, PAS, Poland)


First-person digital storytelling: Block 15 of the Haidari Concentration Camp

Chair(s): Agiatis Benardou (Digital Curation Unit, ATHENA R.C., Greece, AUEB)

Presenter(s): Georgios Papaioannou (Athens University of Economics and Business)Yannis Ragos (-)Anna Maria Droumpouki (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)


Navigating Stories in Times of Transition

Chair(s): Kevin Pijpers (University of Twente)

Presenter(s): Kevin Pijpers (University of Twente)Stefan Bastholm Andrade (VIVE, Copenhagen)Malte Lüken (Netherlands eScience Center)Anneke Sools (University of Twente)Erik Tjong Kim Sang (Netherlands eScience Center)Gerben Westerhof (University of Twente)


[REMOTE] Storytelling tools for digital cultural heritage. Demonstration of the storytelling tools developed by the SO-CLOSE project

Chair(s): Marc Hernández Güell (La Tempesta, Spain)Elena Ananiadou (La Tempesta, Spain)

Presenter(s): Marc Hernández Güell (La Tempesta, Spain)Elena Ananiadou (La Tempesta, Spain)Nikolaos Kortessis (Greek Forum of Refugees)Magda Fytili (Autonomous University of Barcelona)


Mexican ghosts

Chair(s): EMMANUELLE Corne (Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme, France)

Presenter(s): EMMANUELLE CORNE (Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme)


Storytelling through Digital Scholarly Editions

Chair(s): Tiziana Lombardo (Net7, Italy)Chiara Aiola (Net7, Italy)

Presenter(s): Tiziana Lombardo (Net7, Italy)Chiara Aiola (Net7, Italy)


A Photographer’s Voix-off

EMMANUELLE Corne

Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme, France


CONNECTING COMMUNITY AND CULTURE THROUGH INNOVATIVE STORYTELLING

Nevenka Lorencin1, Manuela Hrvatin1,2, Sandra Domijanić Dravec1,2

1Istra Inspirit Association, Croatia; 2Interpret Europe, Germany


[REMOTE] Data Stories in CLARIAH — Developing a Research Infrastructure for Storytelling with Heritage and Culture Data

Roeland Ordelman1,2, Willemien Sanders4,2, Richard Zijdeman6,7, Rana Klein2, Julia Noordegraaf3, Jasmijn Van Gorp4, Mari Wigham2, Menzo Windhouwer5

1University of Twente, Netherlands, The; 2Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision; 3University of Amsterdam; 4Utrecht University; 5KNAW Humanities Cluster; 6International Institute for Social History; 7University of Stirling


[REMOTE] Digital storytelling and digital applications as learning and entertainment strategies in museums of Athens-Critical review and evaluation of public experiences

Aikaterini Tasiopoulou

AUEB, Greece


Exploring large audiovisual archives through storytelling in an immersive environment: a conceptual framework

Giacomo Alliata, Yuchen Yang

EPFL, Switzerland


Maori in Crete: The unexpected meeting of two cultures

Lydia Fytraki

Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece


Machine Ethics. Science inspired by stories

Radoslaw Komuda

Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland


Lost Possible Worlds: Toward a Narrative Approach to Computing Ethics

Charlie Joseph Galicich

Bowdoin College, United States of America


ONCE UPON A TIME: IS THERE A HAPPY END IN A HUMAN TRAFFICKING MEDIA STORY?

Elina Oleksandrivna Paliichuk

Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine


Reading Beyond Stories. How “Digital” Reading Practices Can Help Doing Ecocriticism?

Botond Szemes

ELTE BTK DH-LAB, Hungary


World War II and Occupied Europe: Stories from Greece

GERASIMOS CHRYSOVITSANOS, ANASTASIA FALIEROU, HELEN GOULIS, ATHINA IAKOVIDOU, PATRITSIA KALAFATA, ATHANASIOS KARASIMOS, HELEN KATSIADAKIS, PARASKEVAS POTIROPOULOS, EIRINI SAVAIDOU, MARIA SPILIOTOPOULOU, GEORGE TZEDOPOULOS, ELENI VERNARDAKI

DARIAH-GR/ΔΥΑΣ – Academy of Athens, Greece


Virtual Storytelling of the Heritage of Salento DP CAMPS

Mehmet Cenk Yurukogullari, Massimiliano Rossi, Lucio Tommaso De Paolis, Fabrizio Lelli

University of Salento, Italy


Stories the collection of tools tells

Laure Barbot2, Andrea Scharnhorst1,2, Edward Gray2, Jennifer Edmond2,3, Francesca Morselli1,2, Arnaud Roi2, Femmy Admiraal1,2

1Data Archiving and Networked Services, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science, Netherlands, The; 2DARIAH ERIC; 3Trinity College Dublin


Stories that an archaeological object may tell: a use case

Rahel C. Ackermann1, Rita Gautschy2

1Swiss Inventory of Coin Finds; 2DaSCH, University of Basel, Switzerland


[REMOTE] Semantic Storytelling: the RESTORE project vision

Francesco Coradeschi, Emiliano Degl’Innocenti, Carmen Di Meo, Maurizio Sanesi, Alessia Spadi, Federica Spinelli

CNR-OVI, Italy


[REMOTE] Research Infrastructures are reshaping Humanities storytelling

Claire Clivaz

SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland


The SSH Open Marketplace: a multi-voiced story

Laure Barbot1, Edward Gray1,2, Frank Fischer3, Matej Ďurčo4, Marie Puren5, Alexander König6, Stefan Buddenbohm7, Cesare Concordia8, Klaus Illmayer1,4

1DARIAH-EU; 2Huma-Num CNRS; 3Freie Universität Berlin; 4ACDH-CH OEAW; 5EPITECH; 6CLARIN; 7University of Göttingen; 8CNR-ISTI


From archives to digital tools: the story of research at Philippoi, Greece.

Catherine Bouras, Marie Stahl, Laure Franceschi, Bertrand Grandsagne, Louis Mulot

École française d’Athènes, Greece


Digital Storytelling and archaeological sites: shedding light on a multidimensional relationship

Katerina Servi1, Despoina Tsiafaki1, Maria Boile1, Akrivi Katifori1, Dimitra Petousi1, Myrto Koukouli1, Natasa Michailidou1, Yannis Ioannidis1, Ioanna Antoniou-Kritikou1, Melpomeni Karta1, Kalliopi Papaggeli2, Chrysanthi Tzavali2, Christina Kazazaki2, Varvara Papadopoulou3, Lamprini Papastratou3, Aristidis Vassios3, Pari Kalamara4, Panagiota Galiatsatou4

1ATHENA RESEARCH CENTER, Greece; 2Ephorate of Antiquities of West Attica; 3Ephorate of Antiquities of Arta; 4Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities


Gilliéron, storyteller Telling the story of a storytelling artist, who visually narrated archaeology

Chair(s): Christina MITSOPOULOU (École française d’Athènes / French School at Athens, Greece)

Presenter(s): Christina Mitsopoulou (École française d’Athènes)