Conference paper Open Access
Chloe Ye Eun Moon; Dario Rodighiero
This article presents a case study analyzing submissions from the Digital Humanities 2019 conference by visualizing a network of authors situated according to their shared lexicon. This new form of summarizing a conference is an effective way to grasp the whole conference at once. The hope is that this method of visualization will not be employed merely as a retroactive way to reflect on past events, but rather as an instrument to prepare the visit and orientate the attendees during the conference.
Mapping as a Contemporary Instrument for Orientation in Conferences.pdf
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