WE1S Talks & Presentations

Talks and presentations related to WE1S by project participants

Liu, Alan. “Humans in the Loop: Humanities Hermeneutics and Machine Learning.” Presented at the DHd2020 (7th Annual Conference of the German Society for Digital Humanities), University of Paderborn, 2020. Cite
Baciu, Dan Costa. “Simulating the Evolution of Science: Science Has Grown over the Last Three Centuries - What Processes Have Primarily Shaped This Growth?” Presented at the Southern California Sinulation in Science Conference, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2020. Cite
Liu, Alan. “The WhatEvery1Says (WE1S) Project.” Presented at the Mellon Research Forum Convening, University of California, Irvine, 2020. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1IhqkmvmU15NE677n6C2eJ8aZpOKe70sIE4p7RjsGLbs/edit?usp=sharing. Cite
Baciu, Dan Costa. “The Geography of Cultures: New Methods for Decoding, Analysis, and Synthesis.” Presented at the Spatial Tech Lunch Series, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2019. Cite
Liu, Alan. “The WhatEvery1Says Project — An Overview.” Presented at the WhatEvery1Says, University of Miami, 2019. Cite
Thomas, Lindsay. “The WE1S Corpus.” Presented at the WhatEvery1Says, University of Miami, 2019. Cite
Kleinman, Scott. “The WE1S Manifest Schema and Workflow Management System.” Presented at the WhatEvery1Says, University of Miami, 2019. Cite
Douglass, Jeremy. “Virtual Workspace Manager for Integrated, Containerized Data Manipulation and Processing.” Presented at the WhatEvery1Says, University of Miami, 2019. Cite
Droge, Abigail. “WhatEvery1Says: Interpreting Student Responses to the Humanities.” Stanford University, 2019. Cite
Liu, Alan. “WhatEvery1Says About the Humanities.” Presented at the National Humanities Conference, Boston, 2018. Cite
Liu, Alan. “Open and Reproducible Workflows for the Digital Humanities–A 10,000 Meter Elevation View.” Presented at the Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries Convention 2018, Helsinki, 2018. Cite
Liu, Alan. “Open and Reproducible Workflows for the Digital Humanities—A 35,000-Foot Elevation View.” Presented at the Digital Bridges Symposium (Digital Bridges for Humanistic Inquiry project), University of Iowa, 2018. Cite
Kleinman, Scott. “The Challenge of Proprietary Data for Open Research in the Humanities.” Presented at the Open Access 2018: Radical Transformations, California State University, Northridge, 2018. Cite
Liu, Alan, Ashley Champagne, Jeremy Douglass, Scott Kleinman, Jamal Russell, and Lindsay Thomas. “Open, Shareable, Reproducible Workflows for the Digital Humanities: The Case of the 4Humanities.Org ‘WhatEvery1Says’ Project.” Presented at the Digital Humanities 2017, Montreal, 2017. http://alanyliu.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/we1s-dh2017-panel-abstract.pdf. Cite