Accepted Papers

Digital authoring, reading and publishing

  • Comparison of news commonality and churn in international news outlets with TARO – Giuseppe Carrino, Angelo Di Iorio and Gioele Barabucci
  • Melody: A Platform for Linked Open Data Visualisation and Curated Storytelling – Giulia Renda, Marilena Daquino and Valentina Presutti
  • Name Links: an Aesthetic Discussion – Alessio Antonini and Sam Brooker
  • The boundary between reality and fiction in hyperfictions for smartphone – Serge Bouchardon
  • Against Hypertextuality: De-enhancement of hypertext works for commercial and anti-commercial reasons (short presentation extended abstract) – Laura Dietz
  • The website as hypertext storytelling: co-constructed readings of the Internet – Nayana Prakash
  • All click and no play: how interactive are interactive webcomics? – Giorgio Busi Rizzi
  • Beyond Hypertexting the Hypertext: Annotated and GIS Adaptions of Joyce’s Ulysses as Case Studies for User Experience and Engagement with Digital Projects – Emily Norton
  • Are You the Main Character?: Visibility Labor and Attributional Practices on TikTok – Elizabeth Losh
  • Hypertext as Method: Reflections on Hypertext as Design Logic – Alessio Antonini, Megan Bushnell, Christopher Ohge, Francesca Benatti, Alessandro Adamou and Sam Brooker
  • What Degree of Freedom for the Reader of Patrimonial Digital Editions? The case of a large interconnected scholarly corpus of Ancient and Early Medieval Chinese literature – Marie Bizais-Lillig and Xinmin Hu

Interactive media/demos

  • Decentralizing Social Media: An Examination of Blockchain-based Social Media Adoption and Use based on the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) – Anatoliy Gruzd, Alyssa Saiphoo and Philip Mai
  • Storytelling Machines – Claus Atzenbeck, Sam Brooker and Daniel Roßner
  • IA, not only AI – Frode Hegland
  • HyperBrain: Human-inspired Hypermedia Guidance using a Large Language Model – Danai Vachtsevanou, Jérémy Lemée, Raffael Rot, Simon Mayer, Andrei Ciortea and Ganesh Ramanathan
  • The Fact-Checking Observatory – Reporting the Co-Spread of Misinformation and Fact-checks on Social Media – Gregoire Burel and Harith Alani
  • Hypertextuality and Virtual Reality: Translating Hypertext Functionality in Rob Swigart’s Portal for the VR Game, DATA ENTRY: Portal – Dene Grigar and Rob Swigart
  • Geo-Contextualizaton and Aggregation of Information Resources – Klaus Werner
  • Viki LibraRy: A virtual reality library for collaborative browsing and navigation through hypertext – Shaduan Babbili, Kevin Bönisch, Yannick Heinrich, Philipp Stephan, Giuseppe Abrami and Alexander Mehler
  • News in Time and Space: Global Event Exploration in Virtual Reality – Julian Gagel, Jasper Hustedt, Timo Lüttig, Theresa Berg, Giuseppe Abrami and Alexander Mehler
  • Developing and implementing a superconnector of producers in the printing industry to facilitate book historical research. – Guido Thys
  • Transhistorical Urban Landscape as Hypermap – Dario Negueruela del Castillo, Iacopo Neri, Paul Guhennec, Javier Argota Sánchez-Vaquerizo, Ludovica Schaerf, Valentine Bernasconi and Pepe Ballesteros Zapata


  • Historiographies of Hypertext – Simon Rowberry
  • Seven Hypertexts – Mark W.R Anderson and David E. Millard
  • Interdisciplinary Teaching Toward the Next Generation Hypertext Researchers – Claus Atzenbeck, Dene Grigar and Manolis Tzagarakis
  • Scholarly Hypertext Revisited: Leveraging Multimodal Publication Formats for Creating Multiperspectivity and Transparent Data Interpretation in the (Digital) Humanities – Christian Wachter
  • Positive by Design: The Next Big Challenge in Rethinking Media as Agents? – Alessio Antonini

Social and Intelligent Media

  • Transparency in Messengers – A Metadata Analysis Based on the Example of Telegram – Karla Schaefer and Jeong-Eun Choi
  • Ghost Booking as a New Philanthropy Channel: A Case Study on Ukraine-Russia Conflict – Fachrina Dewi Puspitasari, Gareth Tyson, Ehsan-Ul Haq, Pan Hui and Lik-Hang Lee
  • Adaptive Navigational Support and Explainable Recommendations in a Personalized Programming Practice System – Jordan Barria-Pineda, Kamil Akhuseyinoglu and Peter Brusilovsky
  • Why do we Hate Migrants? A Double Machine Learning-based Approach – Aparup Khatua and Wolfgang Nejdl
  • Anatomy of Hate Speech Datasets: Composition Analysis and Cross-dataset Classification – Samuel Guimarães, Gabriel Kakizaki, Philipe Melo, Márcio Silva, Fabrício Murai, Julio Reis and Fabricio Benevenuto
  • ContextBot: Improving Response Consistency in Crowd-Powered Conversational Systems for Affective Support Tasks – Yao Ma, Tahir Abbas and Ujwal Gadiraju
  • Catching Lies in the Act: Early Misinformation Detection on Social Media through User Profiling and Network Characteristics – Shreya Ghosh and Prasenjit Mitra
  • A Centrality for Social Media Users Focusing on Information-Gathering Ability – Mamoru Yamakawa and Keishi Tajima
  • The Looming Threat of Fake and LLM-generated LinkedIn Profiles: Challenges and Opportunities for Detection and Prevention – Navid Ayoobi, Sadat Shahriar and Arjun Mukherjee
  • Effects of the spiral of silence on minority groups in recommender systems – Shah Noor Khan and Eelco Herder
  • Comparative analysis of affective and linguistic features in online depression and suicidal discussion forums – Salim Sazzed
  • The Interconnected Nature of Online Harm and Moderation: Investigating the Cross-Platform Spread of Harmful Content between YouTube and Twitter – Valerio La Gatta, Luca Luceri, Francesco Fabbri and Emilio Ferrara

Workflows and Infrastructures

  • Va.Si.Li-Lab as a collaborative multi-user annotation tool – Giuseppe Abrami, Alexander Mehler, Mevlüt Bagci, Patrick Schrottenbacher, Alexander Henlein, Christian Spiekermann, Juliane Engel and Jakob Schreiber
  • Deep Viewpoints: Scripted Support for the Citizen Curation of Museum Artworks – Paul Mulholland, Adam Stoneman, Jason Carvalho, Enrico Daga and Mark Maguire
  • Evaluating a Radius-based Pipeline for Question Answering over Cultural (CIDOC-CRM based) Knowledge Graphs – Nikos Gounakis, Michalis Mountantonakis and Yannis Tzitzikas
  • Mitigating Bias in GLAM Search Engines: A Simple Rating-Based Approach and Reflection – Bernardo Pereira Nunes
  • Orchestrating Cultural Heritage: Exploring the Automated Analysis and Organization of Charles S. Peirce’s PAP Manuscript – Davide Picca, Antonin Schnyder, Alessandro Adamou, Eri Kostina and Dario Rodighiero
  • Intuitive Semantic Graph Tool for Enhanced Archive Exploration – Isabella Gagliardi and Maria Teresa Artese