2nd International Symposium Digital Humanities

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Empowering Visibility of Croatian Cultural Heritage,
November 6 – 8, 2017,
University of Zadar, Croatia

PROGRAMME

Monday, 6 November 2017

9.00 – 9.45 Invited Speaker

  • Research possibilities created by making manuscript images available online: the example
    of monasterium.net
    (Georg Vogeler. Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz, Austria)

Session 1: Methods and tools for cultural heritage research in the digital age

9.45 – 11.10

  • Visual art resources at digital collection of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts: Supporting Digital Art History
    (Jasenka Ferber Bogdan, Magdalena Getaldić, Filip Turković-Krnjak. Croatian Academy of
    Sciences and Arts, Zagreb, Croatia)
  • NeoLatin correspondence in digital surroundings
    (Željka Salopek. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia)
  • Historical GIS of South-Eastern Europe
    (Maria Baramova, St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia, Bulgaria, and Dobromir Dobrev,
    Center of Excelence in the Humanities, St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia, Bulgaria)
  • From ancient manuscripts to digital screens
    (Ephrem Aboud Ishac, Senior Postdoctoral Researcher, VESTIGIA Manuscript Research Centre,
    University of Graz, Austria).

11.10 – 11.40 Coffee/tea break

Session 2: Digital humanities as a contemporary cultural heritage research framework

11.40 –  13.00

  • Master in Digital Humanities at Linnaeus University, Sweden
    (Koraljka Golub, Digital Humanities / iSchool Initiative, Department of Library and Information
    Science, School of Cultural Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Linnaeus University, Växyö,
    Sweden)
  • The hard beginning: E-library SUDigital at Sofia University’s Faculty of History: the successful breakthrough in the conservative environmnet
    (Hristo Berov, Department of Balkan History, Faculty of History, St. Kliment Ohridski University
    of Sofia, Bulgaria)
  • A new deal for a new age: online archives influence on access and visibility of historical sources
    (Vlatka Lemić, Croatian State Archives, Zagreb, Croatia)
  • How we created archives for community and social media
    (Vaida Jonušytė, Lithuania Archives of Literature and Art, Vilnius, Lithuania)

13.00 – 14.30 Lunch break

Session 3: Creative use of cultural heritage

14.30 – 16,15

  • Literary materialization of intangible cultural heritage
    (Nives Tomašević. Department of Information Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia)
  • Culturomics or a new discovery of the cultural genome
    (Tihomir Živić, Department of Cultural Studies, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek,
    Croatia)
  • Possibilities of tourism evaluation of digitalized cultural heritage in the area of Zadar
    County
    (Đani Bunja, Department of Tourism and Communication Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia
    and Slavo Grgić, Catholic School Center “St. John Paul II”, Bihać, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • The Statute of Vinodol (1288.) as potential for development of Vinodol area cultural tourism and promotion of overall Croatian culture
    (Josip Miletić, Department of Croatian and Slavic Studies, University of Zadar, Croatia and Jurica
    Bosna, Department of Economics, University of Zadar, Croatia)
  • Public Cultural Institution Fortress of Culture Šibenik, Croatia. Fortresses of culture: new technologies in the presentation of cultural and historical heritage
    (Josip Pavić, Morana Periša; Fortress of Culture, Šibenik, Croatia)

16.15 – 16.45 Coffee/tea break

17.00 – 18.00 Workshop – Topotheque

18.00 Poster session + social event

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

9.00 – 9.45 Invited Speaker

  • Telling tails: metadata standards and the digital humanities
    (Gordon Dunsire, Independent consultant, Edinburgh, UK)

Session 4: Description and access to cultural heritage: conceptual models, standards and
cataloguing rules

9.45 – 11.10

  • Manuscript description in the digital age
    (Marijana Tomić, Department of Information Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia and Kristijan
    Crnković, ArhivPRO, Koprivnica, Croatia)
  • XML as a tool to enrich charter metadata in the MonasteriumPortal
    (Daniel Jeller. ICARUS, Austria)
  • Developing the ontological model for research and representation of Commemoration
    Speeches in Croatia using a graph property database
    (Benedikt Perak. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka, Croatia)
  • Croatian school Neo-Latin drama: construction of database and reconstruction of a genre
    (Nina Čengić. Department of Classical Philology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia)

11.10 – 11.40 Coffee/tea break

Session 5: Digitization of cultural heritage

11.40 – 13.00

  • Peter Handke as a case study for digitizing copyrighted cultural heritage
    (Vanessa Hannesschläger. Austrian Center for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences,
    Austria. Visibility through accessibility)
  • Challenges of digitization of archival material of the Banja Luka Diocese
    (Slavo Grgić, Catholic School Center “St. John Paul II”, Bihać, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Đani
    Bunja, Department of Tourism and Communication Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia)
  • Musical heritage: From archival dust to life
    (Ivana Tomić Ferić, Art Academy of Split, Croatia, Katica Burić Ćenan, University of Zadar,
    Croatia and Dubravka Kolić, State Archive in Zadar, Croatia)
  • Portal of Croatian traditional instruments: ideas, problems, suggestions
    (Irena Miholić. Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb, Croatia)

13.00 – 14.30 Lunch break

14.30 –  16.00

  • Towards new approaches to editing of old manuscripts and documents
    (Martina Kramarić. Institute for Croatian Language and Linguistics, Croatia)
  • Why digitize the visual? The role and significance of the digitization process of Osijek Museum of Fine Arts’ documentary collection of posters
    (Jelena Mihnjak and Manuela Polak, Department of Cultural Studies, Josip Juraj Strossmayer
    University of Osijek, Croatia)
  • New old book
    (Ivona Despot. Naklada Ljevak, Zagreb, Croatia)
  • eLektire
    (Zvonimir Bulaja. Bulaja naklada, Zagreb, Croatia)

16.00 – 16.30 Coffee/tea break

16.30 – 18.00  Workshop – Monasterium

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

9.00 – 9.45 Invited Speaker

  • “MobiDig”: a European project on mobile digitisation
    (Erich Renhart, VESTIGIA Manuscript Research Centre, Univeristy of Graz, Austria)

Session 6: Glagolitic, Cyrillic and Latin written heritage as a source for historiographic and linguistic
research

9.45 – 11.10

  • Franjo Ksaver Kuhač (1834-1911): the second and the third book of correspondence – three case studies
    (Sara Ries. Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb, Croatia)
  • Digital edition of Nicholas of Modruš’s Orations in the Service of Pope Sixtus IV
    (Luka Špoljarić. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia.)
  • Glagolitic documents about visitations of Nin Bishops in the 17th and 18th centuries
    (Ivica Vigato, Department of Teachers’ and Preschool Teachers’ Education, University of Zadar
    and Grozdana Franov-Živković, Institute for Historical Sciences, Croatian Academy of Sciences
    and Arts in Zadar, Croatia)
  • Some problems of the titles of medieval notarial records
    (Anita Bartulović. Department of Classical Philology, University of Zadar, Croatia)

11.10 – 11.40 Coffee/tea break

11.40 – 12.40

  • Glagolitic registers of Šibenik region as anthroponomical research sources
    (Kristijan Juran. Department of History. University of Zadar, Croatia)
  • Andreas Divus Iustinopolitanus and a parallel corpus of Greek and Latin texts
    (Petra Šoštarić. University of Zagreb, Croatia)
  • CroALa: one collection, many forms
    (Neven Jovanović. Department of Classical Philology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences,
    University of Zagreb, Croatia)

Session 7: Cross-institutional cooperation and interdisciplinarity in the area of research and
interpretation of cultural heritage

12.40 – 13.20

  • (Non)visibility of Bosniak-Croatian cultural connections and relations and the
    opportunities of their representation in the context of digital humanities: literary and
    cultural journals Behar and Biser as examples
    (Lejla Kodrić Zaimović, Department of Comparative Literature and Librarianship, Faculty of
    Philosophy, University of Sarajevo, and Sanjin Kodrić, Department of Literatures of the Peoples
    of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina)
  • History of literature and literary textology in the context of digital humanities: theoretical issues and practical example of Mak Dizdar’s manuscript legacy)
    (Sanjin Kodrić, Department of Literatures of the Peoples of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Faculty of
    Philosophy, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina)

13.20 – 13.40 Symposium conclusions

Meeting/workshop:
14.30 – 17.30 DARIAH Working Group on Ethics and Legality in the Digital Arts and Humanities