Hannah Alpert-Abrams

  I speak on topics related to information science, digital humanities, and book history. This page serves as a repository for slides and text associated with conference presentations and invited talks.

An Unexpected Influence: Photostat Machines in Colonial Libraries, 1895-1915

Hannah Alpert-Abrams

Book History and Digital Humanities Conference, University of Wisconsin [slides .pdf]

Reading the First Books Symposium: Project Introduction

Hannah Alpert-Abrams

Reading the First Books Symposium, University of Texas at Austin [slides .pdf]

Fellows Talk: An Unexpected Influence [+]

Hannah Alpert-Abrams

John Carter Brown Library [slides .pdf]

Optical Character Recognition

Hannah Alpert-Abrams

MLA 2017 [slides .pdf]

Esta ãphibologia no ay ē latin: Machine reading linguistic hybridity in the Primeros Libros

Hannah Alpert-Abrams

Tercer Encuentro de Humanidades Digitales [slides .pdf] [notes .pdf]

The Electronic Edition of Colonial and Nineteenth-Century Latin American Texts: New Tools, New Models for Collaboration (workshop panelist) [+]

Hannah Alpert-Abrams

Latin American Studies Association 2016 [slides .pdf]

Printed Books as Digital Textual Objects: the case of the Advertencias para los confessores de los Naturales [+]

Hannah Alpert-Abrams

Modern Language Association 2016 [slides .pdf] [project website]

Machine Reading in the Mexican Colonial Archive: OCR and the Primeros Libros [+]

Hannah Alpert-Abrams

ADE STS Joint Conference 2015 [slides .pdf]

Automatic Transcription in Colonial Contexts

Hannah Alpert-Abrams and Dan Garrette

TXDHC 2015 [poster .pdf]

Reading the Primeros Libros: from Archive to OCR [+]

Hannah Alpert-Abrams and Dan Garrette

ACLA 2015 [slides .pdf]

From Archival Network to Digital Archive:
Digital Repatriation and the Advertencias para los Confessores de los Naturales

TXDHC 2014

Hybrid Romances in Borges and Baudelaire   [+]

ACLA 2013

In Memory and Archives   [+]

Collected writings from the "Memory and Archives" panel at the 2012 Graduate Association in Comparative Literature conference at the University of Texas at Austin.