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- Wikidata-fying Northeastern University's "Women Writers in Review" initiative
- Inclusion and Diversity
Type of session:
"Women Writers in Review" is an initiative of the Digital Scholarship Group at Northeastern University where I serve as Visiting Scholar. The initiative encompasses pre-20th-century English language women writers, their works, reviews of their works, and academic reception history rubrics. It supports research into the transatlantic reception and readership of early texts by women. Using structured data to understand "cultures of reception" enables analysis, identification, and depiction of gender bias. After consultation with Amanda Rust (Northeastern University), Will Kent (Wiki Education Foundation), Lane Rasberry (University of Virginia), and Mike Peel (Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias), I've developed a Wikidata model to depict this research. The session will include a visualization of the findings, approaches to developing the model, and discussion as to how this model might be used by other academic institutions to contribute their unique data sets to Wikidata. While this presentation focuses on Wikidata, it also relates to WikiCite.
Academic Peer Review option:
- Northeastern University; WikiWomen's User Group; Women in Red; WMDC
- 20-30 minutes
Preferred room size:
- seats 30-40
Have you presented on this topic previously? If yes, where/when?:
- * Presentation #1 of this topic occurred at LD4 conference (Boston, May 2019). It was an introduction to an idea.
- Presentation #2 occurred at Wikimania (Stockholm, August 2019). It articulated preparation for the "data dump" and property proposal process.
- Presentation #3 will occur at Wikidatacon (Berlin, October 2019). This will occur subsequent to the "data dump" of Sep-Oct. This is an accepted talk at Wikidatacon.
- WCNA will be Presentation #4. It will include parts of Presentation #4, plus additional learnings subsequent to Wikidatacon. It may also include an announcement of other academic institutions who will add their "cultures of reception" data into Wikidata.
If your submission is not accepted, would you be open to presenting your topic in another part of the program? (e.g. lightning talk or unconference session)
- Yes; lightning talk.