"Open Data: Reuse, Redistribution, and Risk" Papers

June 2-3, 2022

Papers for "Open Data" can be found below. You will be required to enter a password provided by conference organizers to access them. Please contact Adrianna Link at [email protected] if you are attending the conference but have not yet received the password.

Papers are not to be cited or circulated without the written permission of the author.

Below you can find the papers.

**All times are listed in ET**

Friday, June 3

9:15–10:15 a.m.: Panel 1: Data, Stakeholders, and Communities

“Degrees of Openness: Integrating Stakeholder Input, Open Transcription, and Machine Learning to Create Historical Medical Datasets”
Unmil Karadkar (Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Aging and Care-CIRAC, University of Graz/School of Information, University of Texas, Austin)

“Data or People? Ethical Considerations Regarding Sharing Stories of Enslavement in the Stolen Relations Project”
Linford Fisher (Brown University)
Lydia Curliss (University of Maryland, College Park)

“Building an Open Ethical Data Community of Practitioners in Small and Medium-Sized Cultural Heritage Institutions”
Sophie Ziegler (LSU Libraries, Louisiana State University)

10:45 a.m–11:45 a.m.:  Panel 2: Spatial Data, Social Justice

“Reconnecting Indigenous and Public Land Histories with Open Data”
Robert Lee ( University of Cambridge)

“Redlining Data in the Era of Black Lives Matter”
Robert Nelson (Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond)
Justin Madron (Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond)

“Reclamation through Digitization: An examination of the Reclaiming Heritage Project"
Kimberly Toney (Brown University Library and The John Carter Brown Library)
Lydia Curliss (University of Maryland, College Park)

1:00–2:00 p.m.: Panel 3: Historic Open Data

“Confronting and Reconceptualizing Early American Historical Datasets: Analyzing Yellow Fever Mortality Data from 1793”
Molly Nebiolo  (Northeastern University)

“Recovering and Reusing Historical Data: Investigating Data Curation Practices Across Disciplines”
Amanda Sorensen (University of Maryland, College Park)
Katrina Fenlon (University of Maryland, College Park)
Camila Escobar-Vredevoogd (University of Maryland, College Park)

“Difficult Datasets in Digital Realms”
Corey Johnson (Center for Research on Equitable and Open Scholarship, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

2:30–3:30 p.m.: Panel 4: Data Tools

“Open Data, Open Margins: A Smart Data Case Study to Expand Access and Discovery in the Schoenberg Database of Manuscripts”
L.P. Coladangelo (College of Communication and Information, Kent State University)
Lynn Ransom (Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, University of Pennsylvania Libraries)

“Toward an Open Access HTR program for Early Modern Paleography”
Holly Brewer (University of Maryland)