Ontologies for Narrative and Fiction (workshop)

Ontologies for Narrative and Fiction (workshop)

Monday, July 3 · 09:00 – 17:00
Tuesday, July 4 · 09:00 – 12:00
Time zone: Europe/Amsterdam

Registration: GOLEM Lab - Ontologies for Narrative and Fiction (online workshop)

3 July

9:00-9:45 Janna Hastings, “How can fiction change the world? Towards an ontology of literary characters and their interactions”
9:45-10:30 Paul Sheridan, “Toward creating a collection of literary themes for use in supervised learning applications”
15 min break
10:45-11:30 Christof Schöch and Maria Hinzmann, “Towards an ontology for literary history: issues of complexity and scale when constructing the MiMoTextBase”
11:30-12:15 Ingo Börner, “Modeling Drama Corpora in CIDOC-CRM”
13:30-14:15 Valentina Pasqual, “An ontology for compositional structures, plot concepts and character roles. Case study on the ‘macchina combinatoria’ in ‘Il castello dei destini incrociati’ by Italo Calvino”
14:15-15:00 Marco Stranisci, “The World Literature Knowledge Graph: a resource for studying the underrepresentation of non-Western people”
15 min break
15:15-16:00 Ines Blin, “Leveraging Structured Representations for Narratives”
16-16:45 Magnus Pfeffer and Zoltán Kacsuk, “Creating a unified ontology for the Japanese Visual Media Graph”

4 July

09:00-9:45 Luca Scotti, “Alignment and harmonisation: Mapping ontologies for narrative and fiction”
09:45-10:30 Federico Pianzola and Xiaoyan Yang, “First steps of the GOLEM ontology for narrative and fiction”
15 min break
10:45-12:00 hands-on session: open issues in the modelling of narrative and fiction