Provisional Program

Wednesday, January 24

13:00-13:30 Welcoming address
● Prof. Dr. Raji C. Steineck, Vice Dean of Research of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UZH
● Dr. Beat Immenhauser, Vice Secretary General SAGW
● Dr. Elena Spadini, University of Basel & Dr. des. Yann Stricker, University Library Zurich
13:30-15:00 Session 1
● Elisa Cugliana, Max Grüntgens, Andreas Kuczera, Aengus Ward and Joris J. Van Zundert. Opening Up Scholarly Observation Of Textual Phenomena: A Fundamental Proposal
● Gerrit Brüning, Philipp Hegel, Sandra König, Christoph Kudella, Karoline Lemke and Daniela Schulz. Pivot and Derivative Data Formats as Approaches to Interoperability in Digital Scholarly Editions
● Hennie Brugman. Using IIIF and Web Annotations to Publish TEI Editions
15:00-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-17:00 Session 2
● Lukas Heinzmann and Martin Stuber. Dynamic Data Life Cycle(s) on a Collaborative Edition Platform – from hallerNet to ch18Net
● Krista Stinne Greve Rasmussen, Katrine Frøkjær Baunvig, Jon Tafdrup, Kirsten Vad and Kim Steen Ravn. One Edition – Multiple Interfaces. Dissemination and Preservation of Sustainable Digital Scholarly Editions
● Elisa Nury. Reusing and preserving research data: the example of grammateus
17:15-18:00 Poster slam
● Eliezer Baumgarten, Yuval Harari and Hadar Miller. “Kabbalah of Holy Names” - Digital edition, database, and mind map
● Eliezer Baumgarten, Christoph Kudella and Uwe Sikora. Digital Editions of Networked Texts and Images in Early Modern Jewish Mystical Cosmographs
● Jon Tafdrup and Krista Stinne Greve Rasmussen. From a pile of papers to a database – on modeling an author’s literary archive
● Ursula Caflisch-Schnetzler, Andreas Moser. Johann Caspar Lavater. Historisch-kritische Edition ausgewählter Briefwechsel
● Phillip Benjamin Ströbel, Patricia Scheurer and Martin Volk. Lessons Learnt from Bullinger Digital
● Gila Prebor. Using Digital Tools for Manuscript Research and Scholarly Edition Preparation in Hebrew
● Elena Spadini, Alessio Christen, Daniel Maggetti, Stéphane Pétermann, Valentina Pallacci, Tommaso Elli, Andrea Benedetti, Michele Mauri. The edition of Gustave Roud's complete works: texts and genetic relationships between screen and paper
● Madhav Sachdeva, Yann Stricker, Rudolf Mumenthaler, Jürgen Bernard. ORD-Xplore: Empowering Digital Librarians in Unifying Digital Editions
● Ursula Bähler, Elias Zimmermann, Yann Stricker, Reto Baumgartner. Proto4DigEd: Prototypical Workflows for Digital Editions
● Christine Grundig, Reto Baumgartner, Sven Lucien Meier, Elisa Bastianello. Heinrich Wölfflin - Gesammelte Werke (Digitale Edition)
18:00 Poster Session and Apero

Thursday, January 25

9:00-10:30 Session 3
● Tobias Amslinger, Christiane Sibille and Francesca Altorfer. Max Frischs Notizen: eine neue digitale Edition unter einem grossen Dach
● Sulamith Gehr, Martin Kurz. Strengthened Reciprocity of Library and Digital Edition in Basel and Beyond
● Daniela Kohler, Peter Daengeli and Elias Zimmermann. Modelling, Visualising and Preserving Intermediality: Annemarie Schwarzenbach's Letters, Photographs and Small Forms (‘Kleine Formen’)
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30 Session 4
● Stefan Münnich and Thomas Ahrend. A Long Way for a Short Link: Insights into the Transformation of the Anton Webern Gesamtausgabe from a Print-only to a Hybrid Edition
● Johannes Hentschel and Martin Rohrmeier. Creating and Curating Corpora of Annotated Music Scores for Distant Listening
● Laurent Pugin and Andrew Hankinson. FAIR tools for digital music critical editions
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Round table Crossing borders
Tara Andrews, Stefan Dumont, Elena Pierazzo.
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-17:30 Session 5
● Tsz Kin Chau, Daniel Jaquet and Sarah Kenderdine. Augmentation of the Panorama of the Battle of Murten (1893): an Experimental Annotation System for the World Largest Digital Image of a Single Object
● Nina Marie Evensen and Hilde Bøe. The Munch and Ibsen Digital Scholarly Editions: Connecting works, life, and art
● Lena-Luise Stahn and Patrick Sahle. Das Edendum als Modellierungsaufgabe. Am Beispiel des Niklas Luhmann-Nachlasses
19:00 Social dinner

Friday, January 26

9:00-10:30 Round table Technical and scientific infrastructures for editions. Silke Bellanger, Elena Chestnova, e-editiones, Elisabeth-Christine Gamer, Rita Gautschy, Rainer Hugener, Andrea Malits, Matteo Romanello
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30 Session 6
● Selina Galka, Ines Peper, Michael Pölzl and Georg Vogeler. Digitale Edition der Memoiren der Gräfin Schwerin: Anwendung und Nutzen von Named Entity Recognition
● Moshe Lavee, Eliezer Baumgarten, Hadar Miller. From Critical Edition to Critical Digital Library: Late Antiquity Rabbinic Homiletics
● Elina Leblanc, Zoé Noël and Pauline Jacsont. Spanish chapbooks and place names: enriching digital scholarly editions with geographical data
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:00 Session 7a
● Katrine Baunvig, Krista Rasmussen, Kirsten Vad, Kim Steen Ravn, Jon Tafdrup and Kristoffer Nielbo. Meticulous Automatization – Machine Learning in the Digital Scholarly Edition Grundtvig’s Works
● Ismail Prada Ziegler, Dominic Weber and Christa Schneider. BeNASch - a common semantic annotation framework for early modern German editions
15:00-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-16:30 Session 7b
● Peter Boot, Leo Jansen, Beatrice Nava and Mariken Teeuwen. eDITem: a generic approach to digital editions
● Robert Alessi and Marcello Vitali-Rosati. Lost in Translation: ekdosis, TEI xml, on Different and Irreducible Textual Paradigms. An Impossible Unique Standard
16:30-17:00 Closing remarks