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International Symposium on Digital Scholarship Abstracts

“Open Access and the Slow Onset Storm for the Humanities”
Martin Paul Eve, Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing, Birkbeck, University of London

“Giving Credit Where Credit is Due: Acknowledging Collaborative Work in Digital Humanities Projects”
Prof. Maryanne Kowaleski (Joseph Fitzpatrick S.J. Distinguished Professor of History and Medieval Studies, Fordham)

“Prosopography and Database Design in the Medieval Londoners Project”
Maryanne Kowaleski, History and Medieval Studies, Fordham University

“Decolonizing Notions of Third Tender and Transgender Identities in Digital Scholarship”
Sameena Azhar, Graduate School of Social Service, Fordham University

“A Reflection on Decolonizing Practices of Thinking and Doing In and Out of the Archive”
Silvia Posocco, Psychosocial Studies, Birkbeck, University of London

“Developing Smart Digital Tools for Instructional Design”
George D. Magoulas, Birkbeck Knowledge Lab, Computer Science & Information Systems, Birkbeck, University of London

“Using a Digital Learning Platform to Enhance Wellbeing Education for Preservice Teachers in a Global Context”
George D. Magoulas, Birkbeck Knowledge Lab, Computer Science & Information Systems, Birkbeck, University of London
Alex Poulovassilis, Computer Science & Knowledge Lab, Birkbeck, University of London
Alesia Mickle Moldovan, Curriculum and Teaching, Fordham University
Christine Edwards-Leis, Theology and Leadership, School of Education, St. Mary’s University
Jennifer Murray, Theology and Leadership, School of Education, St. Mary’s University

“Designing Awareness Tools for Teachers in Exploratory Learning Settings”
Alex Poulovassilis, Computer Science & Knowledge Lab, Birkbeck, University of London

“Using a Digital Learning Platform to Increase Levels of Evidence-Based Practices in Global Teacher Education Programs”
Su-Je Cho, Curriculum and Teaching, Fordham University
Kathleen Doyle, Ph.D. Student, Graduate School of Education, Fordham University
Andrea Cali, Computer Science & Information Systems, Birkbeck, University of London

“Teaching Faulkner with Digital Yoknapatawpha”
Elizabeth Cornell, Communications Director, IT, Fordham University

“Libraries, Small-scale data curation and the Digital Humanities: lessons learned from Fordham/IHR Wohl Libraries collaboration”
Matthew Shaw, Librarian of the Institute of Historical Research, SAS, University of London
Kristyna Strnadova, Library Intern, Institute of Historical Research, SAS, University of London

“Experimenting with ‘Small DH’: Teaching Research Methods for Digital Humanities at Libraries”
Tierney Gleason, Reference and Digital Humanities Librarian, Fordham University

“Ethical Dimensions in the Use of Computational Text Analysis: Topic Modeling Autism Parenting Blogs”
Micki McGee, Sociology, Fordham University

“Tabular Worldings”
Alex Taylor, Computer Science, City University of London

“Oral History and the (Digital) Archive: The Bronx Italian American History Initiative”
Jacqueline Reich, Communications and Media Studies, Fordham University

“CineRicordi: co-creating a digital archive to map memories of cinema-going in post-war Italy”
Daniela Treveri Gennari, School of Arts: Technology, Design and Environment, Oxford Brookes University
Silvia Dibeltulo, Communication, Media and Culture, Oxford Brookes University

“Keeping Place in ‘Smart’ Cities: Situating the Settlement House as a Means of Knowing and Belonging in the Informational City”
Gregory T. Donovan, Communications and Media Studies, Fordham University

“Creating Hackney as Home: Youth Perspectives on Gentrification in London”
Melissa Butcher, Department of Geography, Birkbeck, University of London

“The Siege of Antioch Project: Editorial Challenges”
Simon T. Parsons, History, Kings College London

“The Siege of Antioch Project: Digital Approaches”
Nicholas L. Paul, History, Fordham University

“Linked Data and Digital Prosopography”
Katherina Fostano, Visual Resources Coordinator, Art History & Music, Fordham University

“Print, Data, Network, Photograph: Recreating Women Student Ties at the University of London, 1900-1910”
Philip Carter, Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Jonathan Blaney, Institute of Historical Research, University of London

"Digital Mapping in the Pilgrims Libraries Project"
Anthony Bale, Executive Dean of the School of Arts, Birkbeck, University of London

“Space, Place, and Story in the Siege of Antioch Project"
Patrick DeBrosse, Ph.D. Student, History, Fordham University

“Layers of London Project”
Matthew Davies, Executive Dean, School of Social Sciences, History, and Philosophy, Birkbeck, University of London

“Maps and Legends: Revisiting Charles Booth’s Classifications of London Poverty in the Context of Twenty-first Century Urban Inequality”
Gregory Acevedo, Graduate School of Social Service, Fordham University

“Designing a Knowledge Base to Research the History and Geography of the UK Museums Sector 1960-2020”
Fiona Candlin, Art History, Birkbeck, University of London
Andrea Ballatore, Geography, Environment, and Development Studies, Birkbeck, University of London
Alex Poulovassilis, Computer Science and Knowledge Lab, Birkbeck, University of London