Here are the upcoming events that members of our team will be attending:
PCA/ACA 2022, April 13-16, online
The Popular Culture Association (formally the Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association) hosts the largest conference in the US on the field. We are presenting a paper that started from one of the tiny use cases.
DeDeCo 2022, April 22-24, Dresden
DeDeCo is a national convention for fans of Japanese visual media. While the convention focusses mainly on fan activities like cosplay competitions and the opportunity to shop for rare media and imported goods, it also has panels and workshops for discussion and exchange of ideas. We are invited to present our research project and will be present in the Friday afternoon and Saturday morning sessions.
We are very happy to report that a new open access volume, featuring research from the JVMG project, titled “Japan’s Contemporary Media Culture between Local and Global: Content, Practice and Theory” and edited by Martin Roth, Hiroshi Yoshida and Martin Picard is now available online.
As we’ve already written in our previous blogpost on our planned participation in events, we will be at DADH 2021 and ICADL 2021 in the upcoming two weeks:
We are also happy to report that we will be presenting our work on the legal integration of the JVMG database in two weeks time at POSSP 2021, for which registration is free and available at the conference website:
- POSSP 2021 : Putting Open Social Scholarship Into Practice: An Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) Partnership & Canadian-Australian Partnership for Open Scholarship (CAPOS) Online Event, December 8-9 North America time / December 9-10 Australasia time, 2021 (https://inke.ca/putting-open-social-scholarship-into-practice/)
In early February next year, although we will not be presenting our work, we are excited for the opportunity to attend GNH 2022, featuring the conference theme “Knowledge Graphs and Reasoning – Promises, Potentials, and Pitfalls.” We look forward to the opportunity to learn about similar projects, and get in touch with the many people working on knowledge graphs in the humanities:
Then in March we will be presenting the JVMG project in German at DHd in Potsdam, which will be an excellent opportunity to continue the stimulating discussions we began with members of the the two working groups Graphen & Netzwerke and Digitales Publizieren at the Pimp your publication: Potenzielle Einsatzszenarien von Graphentechnologien im digitalen Publizieren workshop in April of this year (see our blogpost on the event):
- DHd 2022 : Jahrestagung des Verbands »Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum« , 7–11 March 2022, Potsdam (https://www.dhd2022.de/)
We will be introducing our latest results at the following upcoming conferences and workshops. If you are interested in talking with a team member about our project, please feel free to contact us.