Peliminary programme

Wednesday, October 5

9:00–10:00Registration and welcome coffee
10:00 Opening of the conference

Plenary speech by Maximilian Schich (University of Tallinn)
Summarizing Cultural Dynamics – A Guided Tour

On site and online
11:00–11:30 Coffee break
11:30–13:00Parallel sessions:
Parallel session 1
on site and online
Parallel session 2
on site
Elisa Cugliana; Joris Van Zundert
What Non-digital Practices Say About the Digital Humanities
Maciej Janicki, Mari Sarv
Text Similarity in Oral Runosong Tradition: Towards a Large-Scale Quantitative Analysis
Lidia Santarelli
Transitioning to the Next Generation of Metadata: A Cultural Shift in Information Resource Description
Kaarel Veskis
Can Variation Analysis of Diminutive Suffixes Enhance the Understanding of the Estonian Runosongs?
Avgoustinos Avgousti, Georgios Papaioannou
Small Museums Collections (Not) Online
Olli Kuparinen, Yves Scherrer
Mining Dialects From Spoken Language and Social Media
Leida Karibu (LK) Mae
Beadwork as a Decolonial Methodology in Social Media Research
Anda Baklāne
Semantic Domains of Fire and Ice in Latvian 20th-Century Poetry: Comparison of Manual Annotation of Metaphors and word2vec Word Associations
13:00-14:30Lunch
14:40-16:00Parallel sessions:
Parallel session 3
on site and online
Parallel session 4
on site
Andres Karjus, Indrek Ibrus, Vejune Zemaityte, Maximilian Schich, Ulrike Rohn
Exploring Estonian Public Television Production 2004-2020 Using Big Programming Data
Andrea Parapatics
Different Lifestyles – Different Dialect Attitudes?
Krister Kruusmaa
Communication Landscapes of the 19th Century: The Speed and Geographical Coverage of News in the Rigasche Zeitung
Stefan Gelfgren
What Non-digital Practices Say About the Digital Humanities
Mark Mets, Andres Karjus
Stance Classification With Large Language Models in Estonian Written Media
Jurate Kavaliauskaite, Justina Mandravickaite
On the Elusive Semantics of Google
Piret Viires
Social Media Literature and Ephemerality
16:00–16:30Coffee break
16:30-17:30 Plenary speech by Barbara McGillivray (King’s College London)
Shifts in Language, Usage and Culture: How Can Computational Methods Help Us Study Word Meaning Variation and Change?
Online
19:00 Welcome reception in Vabamu

Thursday, October 6

9.00-10:30Parallel sessions:
Parallel session 5 (SIEF panel)
all presentations online
Parallel session 6
on site
Veera Ojala
Chernobyl dreams: A Case-Study Investigating Visitors’ Visual Storytelling in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
Kaisa Langer
Changes in Politics, Changes in Ownership: Tracing the (Re)Settelment and Property of Ethnic Germans
Tero Ahlgren
Activism Digitally and on the Ground: Two Cases From Turku, Finland
Rafał Miśta
The Problem of Representativeness of Historical Folklore Database – The Case of Musical Collection of Oskar Kolberg
Mare Kalda
Video Parodies and Variability in the Vernacular Remixes of an Estonian Cult Movie
10:30-11:00Coffee break
11:00-13:00Parallel sessions:
Parallel session 7 (SIEF panel)
all presentations online
Parallel session 8
on site
Andrew Peck
The Neighbor Across the Screen: The Vernacularization of Commercial Media on YouTube
Aleksandra Miletić and Yves Scherrer
Occitan in Wikipedia Discussions: Initial Findings
Liisi Laineste
When Global Stays Global: Memetic Reflections of the War in Ukraine in Estonia
Janine Siewert and Yves Scherrer
Low Saxon Internal Variation at the Orthographic, Morphological and Syntactic Level
Robert Glenn Howard
Arming Mother Mary for Ukraine: The Ethical Entailments of a Wartime Meme
Peeter Tinits
Deep Transitions: Mapping Long-Term Changes in Industrial Modernity
Ioannis Daflos, Katerina Kourou, Eleni Ziavra, Marilena Papachristophorou
“Thank You, Next”: From Broken Relationships to Facebook Narratives
Martin Mölder, Neeme Kahusk, Kadri Vider
Estonian Parliament Speeches as Source for Content Analysis
13:00–14:30 Lunch
14:30-15:30Plenary speech by Coppélie Cocq (Umeå University)
Sustainable (data) relationships and responsibility in DH research. Questioning ownership and accessibility in the age of Open Science
On site and online
15:30-16:00Coffee break
16:00-17:30Parallel sessions:
Parallel session 9 (SIEF panel)
all presentations online
Parallel session 10
on site
Daria Radchenko
Control, Suspicion and Alienation: Teenagers’ Reaction to Lockdown Digital Practices
Peeter Tinits
Virtual Lab at the National Library of Estonia
Inés Matres
😱 and Other Adolescent Enduring Contributions During and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic
Olha Petrovych
Augmented Reality Technologies: Practice-based Learning in Higher Education
Vivek Raj
Notion of Sacred Space and the Pandemic
Kais Allkivi-Metsoja, Kaisa Norak, Karina Kert, Silvia Maine, Pille Eslon
Error Classification and Annotation of Learner Language for Developing Estonian Grammar Correction
19:00Dinner

Friday, October 7: Workshops

10:00-11:30Coppelie Cocq
Minorities in Library and Archive Collections: a Practical Exercise and a Reflection on Searching and Categorizing Practices
11:30-12:00Coffee break
12:00-13:30
Jaagup Kippar
Creating Data-Driven Animations in R
13:30-15:00Lunch
15:00-16:30Jaagup Kippar, Harli Kodasma, Kaisa Norak, Kais Allkivi-Metsoja
Word Analyser: A Tool for Estonian Language Learning and Text Analysis