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Venue: Theatersaal, Sonnenfelsgasse 19


25 January 2018

8:30-9:15 Registration
9:15-9:30 Opening: Hanno Biber, Marco Passarotti, Andrew U. Frank
9:30-10:30 Invited Talk: James Pustejovsky. Temporal and Spatial Data Modeling for Multimodal Corpora
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:40 Session 1: (chaired by  Adrien Barbaresi)
*11:00-11:25 Ainara Estarrona and Izaskun Aldezabal. Towards a Spatial Annotation Scheme for Basque based on ISO-Space
*11:25-11:50 Katharina Korecky-Kröll and Lisa Buchegger. Tagging spatial and temporal PPs with two-way prepositions in adult-child and adult-adult conversation in German in Austria
*11:50-12:15 Jean-Baptiste Camps. Manuscripts in Time and Space: Experiments in Scriptometrics on an Old French Corpus
*12:15-12:40 Matthias Lindemann, Stefan Grünewald and Thierry Declerck. Annotation and Classification of Locations in Folktales
12:40-14:00 lunch
14:00-15:40 Session 2: (chaired by James Pustejovsky)
*14:00-14:25 Benedikt Adelmann, Melanie Andresen, Wolfgang Menzel and Heike Zinsmeister. Evaluating Part-of-Speech and Morphological Tagging for Humanities' Interpretation
*14:25-14:50 Michael Percillier. A Toolkit for lemmatising, analysing, and visualising Middle English Data
*14:50-15:15 A. Sean Pue and Scott J. Nelson. Marking Poetic Time: Building and Annotating a Hindi-Urdu Poetry Corpus for Computational Humanities Research
*15:15-15:40 Nicoletta Puddu and Achim Stein. Word-level and higher level annotation of the Sardinian Medieval Corpus

15:40-16:00 coffee break
16:00-17:30 Poster Session: (chaired by Hanno Biber)
*Jean-Baptiste Camps and Florian Cafiero. Stemmatology: an R package for the computer-assisted analysis of textual traditions
*Guglielmo Inglese, Maria Molina and Hanne Eckhoff. Incorporating Hittite into PROIEL: a pilot project
*Andrew U. Frank and Christine Ivanovic. LitText: Realizing the "All Methods Applied to All Texts" Motto - Exploring a Corpus of Literary Text With SPARQL
*Barbora Štěpánková. The Use of Language Corpora to Process Particles in a Monolingual Dictionary
*Aleksandar Trklja and Karen McAuliffe. EU case law corpus - a multilingual parallel and comparative corpus of EU legal texts
*Noémi Vadász and Eszter Simon. Normo: An Automatic Normalization Tool for Middle Hungarian

20:30 Social Event (at Hofburg)


26 January 2018

9:30-10:30 Invited Talk: Tara Andrews. Wait - When, Where? Difficult Answers to Simple Questions About Historical Time and Place
10:30-11:00 coffee break
11-12:40 Session 3: (chaired by Thierry Declerck)
*11:00-11:25 Adrien Barbaresi. Placenames analysis in historical texts: tools, risks and side effects
*11:25-11:50 Marie Mikulová, Eduard Bejček and Jarmila Panevová. What Can We Find Out about Time and Space in the ForFun Database?
*11:50-12:15 Begoña Altuna, María Jesús Aranzabe and Arantza Díaz de Ilarraza. An Event Factuality Annotation Proposal for Basque
*12:15-12:40 Delphine Bernhard, Pierre Magistry, Anne-Laure Ligozat and Sophie Rosset. Resources and Methods for the Automatic Recognition of Place Names in Alsatian
12:40-14:00 lunch
14:00-15:15 Session 4: (chaired by Silvia Luraghi)
*14:00-14:25 Yela Schauwecker and Carola Trips. Who came riding first? Le chevalier or the knight? A multiple corpus analysis investigating historical language contact
*14:25-14:50 Dmitri Sitchinava and Boris Orekhov. The Poetic Corpus of Russian: Where the Poems are Written
*14:50-15:15 Maria Moritz. On the Impact of Time Proximity on the Alignment of Spelling Variants in Old English Bibles: A Case Study
15:15-15:45 coffee break
15:45-16:35 Session 5: (chaired by Katharina Korecky-Kröll)
*15:45-16:10 Jack Bowers and Philipp Stöckle. TEI and Bavarian dialect resources in Austria: updates from the DBÖ and WBÖ
*16:10-16:35 Elisabeth Scherr. The Opacity of Modal Verbs in German - An 'Optimal' Answer to a Difficult Question
16:35-17:00 Closing: Francesco Mambrini, Caroline Sporleder


Welcome Reception on 24 January 2018, 16.00-19.00, 57 lounge, Donau-City-Straße 7, 1220 Wien (take U1 to Kaisermühlen - Vienna International Centre)