DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2021 15.1

AudioVisual Data in DH

Editors: Taylor Arnold, Jasmijn van Gorp, Stefania Scagliola, and Lauren Tilton

Front Matter

Introduction: Special Issue on AudioVisual Data in DH
Taylor Arnold, University of Richmond; Stefania Scagliola, Université du Luxembourg; Lauren Tilton, University of Richmond; Jasmijn Van Gorp, Utrecht University
Abstract  [en]
Founding the Special Interest Group Audio-Visual in Digital Humanities: An Interview with Franciska de Jong, Martijn Kleppe, and Max Kemman
Stefania Scagliola, Université du Luxembourg
Abstract  [en]

Section 1: Annotation of AV Material as Method and Theory

Exploring Film Language with a Digital Analysis Tool: the Case of Kinolab
Allison Cooper, Bowdoin College; Fernando Nascimento, Bowdoin College; David Francis, Bowdoin College
Abstract  [en]
Audiovisualities out of Annotation: Three Case Studies in Teaching Digital Annotation with Mediate
Joel Burges, University of Rochester; Solvegia Armoskaite, University of Rochester; Tiamat Fox, University of Rochester; Darren Mueller, University of Rochester; Joshua Romphf, University of Rochester; Emily Sherwood, University of Rochester; Madeline Ullrich, University of Rochester
Abstract  [en]
The Media Ecology Project: Collaborative DH Synergies to Produce New Research in Visual Culture History
Mark Williams, Dartmouth College; John Bell, Dartmouth College
Abstract  [en]
Audiated Annotation from the Middle Ages to the Open Web
Tanya E. Clement, University of Texas at Austin; Liz Fischer, University of Texas at Austin
Abstract  [en]

Section 2: Analyzing (Meta)Data

Healing the Gap: Digital Humanities Methods for the Virtual Reunification of Split Media and Paper Collections
Stephanie Sapienza, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities; Eric Hoyt, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Matt St. John, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ed Summers, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities; JJ Bersch, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Abstract  [en]
PodcastRE Analytics: Using RSS to Study the Cultures and Norms of Podcasting
Eric Hoyt, University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.J. Bersch, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Susan Noh, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Samuel Hansen, University of Michigan and University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jacob Mertens, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jeremy Wade Morris, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Abstract  [en]
Transdisciplinary Analysis of a Corpus of French Newsreels: The ANTRACT Project
Jean Carrive, Institut National de l'Audiovisuel; Abdelkrim Beloued, Institut National de l'Audiovisuel; Pascale Goetschel, Centre d'Histoire Sociale des Mondes Contemporains; Serge Heiden, ENS Lyon; Antoine Laurent, Laboratoire d'Informatique de l'Université du Mans; Pasquale Lisena, EURECOM; Franck Mazuet, Centre d'Histoire Sociale des Mondes Contemporains; Sylvain Meignier, Laboratoire d'Informatique de l'Université du Mans; Bénédicte Pincemin, ENS Lyon; Géraldine Poels, Institut National de l'Audiovisuel; Raphaël Troncy, EURECOM
Abstract  [en]
Topological properties of music collaboration networks: The case of Jazz and Hip Hop
Lukas Gienapp, Leipzig University; Clara Kruckenberg, Leipzig University; Manuel Burghardt, Leipzig University
Abstract  [en]

Section 3: Creative and Liberatory Ways to Remix AV Data

Afrofuturist Intellectual Mixtapes: A Classroom Case Study
Tyechia L. Thompson, Virginia Tech; Dashiel Carrera, Virginia Tech
Abstract  [en]
Annotating our Environs with the Sound and Sight of Numbers: The DataScapes Project
John Bonnett, Brock University; Joe Bolton, Business Insight 3; William Ralph, Brock University; Amy Legault, Billyard Insurance Group; Erin MacAfee, University of Ottawa; Michael Winter, Brock University; Chris Jaques, Badal.io; Mark Anderson, Independent Consultant
Abstract  [en]
What Does A Photograph Sound Like? Digital Image Sonification As Synesthetic AudioVisual Digital Humanities
Michael J. Kramer, SUNY Brockport
Abstract  [en]
From close listening to distant listening: Developing tools for Speech-Music discrimination of Danish music radio
Iben Have, Aarhus University; Kenneth Enevoldsen, Aarhus University
Abstract  [en]
Hearing Change in the Chocolate City: Computational Methods for Listening to Gentrification
Alison Martin, Dartmouth College
Abstract  [en]

Section 4: Reconfiguring Computational Methods for AV

Advances in Digital Music Iconography: Benchmarking the detection of musical instruments in unrestricted, non-photorealistic images from the artistic domain
Matthia Sabatelli, Montefiore Institute; Nikolay Banar, University of Antwerp; Marie Cocriamont, Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels; Eva Coudyzer, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage; Karine Lasaracina, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels; Walter Daelemans, University of Antwerp; Pierre Geurts, University of Liège; Mike Kestemont, University of Antwerp
Abstract  [en]
Music Theory, the Missing Link Between Music-Related Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
Jeffrey A. T. Lupker, The University of Western Ontario; William J. Turkel, The University of Western Ontario
Abstract  [en]
Comparative K-Pop Choreography Analysis through Deep-Learning Pose Estimation across a Large Video Corpus
Peter Broadwell, Stanford University; Timothy R. Tangherlini, University of Calfornia, Berkeley
Abstract  [en]
Moving Cinematic History: Filmic Analysis through Performative Research
Jenny Oyallon-Koloski, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; Dora Valkanova, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; Michael J. Junokas, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; Kayt MacMaster, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; Sarah Marks Mininsohn, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Abstract  [en]
Towards a User-Friendly Tool for Automated Sign Annotation: Identification and Annotation of Time Slots, Number of Hands, and Handshape
Manolis Fragkiadakis, Leiden University; Victoria Nyst, Leiden University; Peter van der Putten, Leiden University
Abstract  [en]

Section 5: Forms of AV Scholarship

Books Aren't Dead: Resurrecting Audio Technology and Feminist Digital Humanities Approaches to Publication and Authorship
Emily Edwards, Bowling Green State University; Robin Hershkowitz, Bowling Green State University
Abstract  [en]
Another Type of Human Narrative: Visualizing Movement Histories Through Motion Capture Data and Virtual Reality
Eugenia S. Kim, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Abstract  [en]
Deformin' in the Rain: How (and Why) to Break a Classic Film
Jason Mittell, Middlebury College
Abstract  [en]

Reviews

Book Review: Digital Sound Studies (2018)
Tracey El Hajj, University of Victoria
Abstract  [en]

Articles

From the Presupposition of Doom to the Manifestation of Code: Using Emulated Citation in the Study of Games and Cultural Software
Eric Kaltman, Department of Computer Science, California State University Channel Islands; Joseph Osborn, Department of Computer Science, Pomona College; Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Department of Computational Media, University of California, Santa Cruz
Abstract  [en]
Fostering Community Engagement through Datathon Events: The Archives Unleashed Experience
Samantha Fritz, Department of History, University of Waterloo; Ian Milligan, Department of History, University of Waterloo; Nick Ruest, Digital Scholarship Infrastructure Department, York Univeristy; Jimmy Lin, David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo
Abstract  [en]
Leonardo, Morelli, and the Computational Mirror
Alison Langmead, University of Pittsburgh; Christopher J. Nygren, University of Pittsburgh; Paul Rodriguez, San Diego Supercomputer Center; Alan Craig, Indepenent Consultant and Researcher
Abstract  [en]

Reviews

Networks, Maps, and Time: Visualizing Historical Networks Using Palladio
Melanie Conroy, The University of Memphis
Abstract  [en]
A Review of Twitter and Tear Gas
Nanditha Narayanamoorthy, York University
Abstract  [en]
A Review of Intergenerational Connections in Digital Families
Sucharita Sarkar, D.T.S.S. College of Commerce, Mumbai, India
Abstract  [en]

Author Biographies