Dr Zoe Bartliff

  • University Lecturer, Research Associate (Information Studies)

Research interests

Zoe Bartliff is a Research Assistant working on the Legacies of Stephen Dwoskin Project. She is based at the University of Glasgow and her primary research interests fall within the broad remit of Digital Humanities and, specifically, with the interaction between textual data and contextual culture.

She has a first class MA (Hons) degree in Classical and Celtic studies, specialising in the analyses of mytho-histories and in the evolutions of the Welsh and Latin language. These interests led naturally into her PhD thesis topic: an investigation into the efficacy of computer based methodologies for the analysis of the Medieval Welsh law texts Cyfraith Hywel. Having completed her PhD, she has broadened her early interests by incorporating Digital Humanities research methodologies and specifically how these methodologies can be combined to access, process and analyse textual data.

Her role within the project is concerned with the extraction and analysis of data. As a part of the Digital Forensics and Data Exploration branch of the project she has employed digital forensics tools and combined these with data exploration techniques. She works closely with the Archive team in Reading to enhance access to the digital archival record through the use of these methodologies. Similarly, she has been working with the other branches of the project to fold in Digital Humanities methodologies with theoretical and historical approaches.

She has also been working on the AHRC and Irish Research Council funded IIIF4Research network project, working to deliver project workshops and conducting data analysis on the project survey. She will help deliver the end of project and survey reports.

Publications

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2024

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. and Hopfgartner, F. (2024) Towards privacy-aware exploration of archived personal emails. International Journal on Digital Libraries, (doi: 10.1007/s00799-024-00394-5)

Kim, Y. and Bartliff, Z. (2024) Privacy for Data Explorers in the 21st Century. University of Koblenz Guest Lecture, Online, 01 Feb 2024.

2022

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. and Hopfgartner, F. (2022) A survey on email visualisation research to address the conflict between privacy and access. Archival Science, 22(3), pp. 345-366. (doi: 10.1007/s10502-022-09387-2)

Bartliff, Z. (2022) Lessons learnt from exploring Cyfraith Hywel through a digital lens. International Congress on the Study of the Middle Ages 2022, Leeds, UK, 07 Jul 2022.

Gow, A. , Gooding, P. , Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. and Simpson, K. (2022) Changing Curriculums for a Changing World? Living in Interesting Times: Digital Preservation Education, Pedagogy and Skills. 18th International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPres 2022), Glasgow, Scotland, 12-16 Sep 2022. (In Press)

Hughes, L. , Bartliff, Z. and Prescott, A. (2022) IIIF Survey Results. IIIF4Research Network Workshop 4, Online and University of Durham, 09 May 2022.

Bartliff, Z. , Scott, D. and Hughes, L. (2022) IIIF4Research website. [Website]

Kim, Y. , Hopfgartner, F., Bartliff, Z. and Pal, M. (2022) The Legacies of Stephen Dwoskin’s Personal Cinema: Project as Testbed for Digital Humanities Research. University of Reading Digital Humanities Community of Practice, Online and University of Reading, 23 Feb 2022.

2021

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. , Hopfgartner, F. and Baxter, G. (2021) Dwoskin's Digital Footprints in the Archive. University of Sheffield Workshop, Online, 07 June 2021.

Bartliff, Z. (2021) First steps towards an UnEdition of Cyfraith Hywel. Dark Archives 2021 - Birth of the Unedition, Online, 18 Mar 2021.

2020

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. , Hopfgartner, F. and Baxter, G. (2020) Leveraging digital forensics and data exploration to understand the creative work of a filmmaker: a case study of Stephen Dwoskin’s digital archive. Information Processing and Management, 57(6), 102339. (doi: 10.1016/j.ipm.2020.102339)

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. and Baxter, G. (2020) Visualisation of Hard Drive Content to Support Archival Processes for Personal Digital Archives. 83rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T 2020), 22 Oct - 01 Nov 2020. e329. (doi: 10.1002/pra2.329)

Bartliff, Z. (2020) Using Semantic Textual Encoding to Support the Navigation and Analysis of Medieval Texts. Dark Archives 2020, Online, 8-10 Sep 2020.

2019

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. and Hopfgartner, F. (2019) Exploration of Dwoskin’s Digital Legacy. Screen Studies Conference (SSC2019), Glasgow, UK, 28-30 Jun 2019.

2017

Bartliff, Z. (2017) The Language of Othering in Medieval Wales, Pre- and Post-Conquest. International Medieval Conference 2017, Leeds, UK, 03-06 Jul 2017.

2016

Bartliff, Z. (2016) The Otherworldly Lure: Supernatural Aspects of the Hunt in Medieval Welsh Literature. International Medieval Congress 2016, Leeds, UK, 04-07 Jul 2016.

2015

Bartliff, Z. (2015) The barbaric myth – an overview of the mythic presentation of the Celtic peoples in Greek literature and the role played by this myth in evolving Greek identity. Polifemo, 2015(9-10), pp. 157-171.

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Number of items: 17.

Articles

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. and Hopfgartner, F. (2024) Towards privacy-aware exploration of archived personal emails. International Journal on Digital Libraries, (doi: 10.1007/s00799-024-00394-5)

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. and Hopfgartner, F. (2022) A survey on email visualisation research to address the conflict between privacy and access. Archival Science, 22(3), pp. 345-366. (doi: 10.1007/s10502-022-09387-2)

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. , Hopfgartner, F. and Baxter, G. (2020) Leveraging digital forensics and data exploration to understand the creative work of a filmmaker: a case study of Stephen Dwoskin’s digital archive. Information Processing and Management, 57(6), 102339. (doi: 10.1016/j.ipm.2020.102339)

Bartliff, Z. (2015) The barbaric myth – an overview of the mythic presentation of the Celtic peoples in Greek literature and the role played by this myth in evolving Greek identity. Polifemo, 2015(9-10), pp. 157-171.

Conference or Workshop Item

Kim, Y. and Bartliff, Z. (2024) Privacy for Data Explorers in the 21st Century. University of Koblenz Guest Lecture, Online, 01 Feb 2024.

Bartliff, Z. (2022) Lessons learnt from exploring Cyfraith Hywel through a digital lens. International Congress on the Study of the Middle Ages 2022, Leeds, UK, 07 Jul 2022.

Gow, A. , Gooding, P. , Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. and Simpson, K. (2022) Changing Curriculums for a Changing World? Living in Interesting Times: Digital Preservation Education, Pedagogy and Skills. 18th International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPres 2022), Glasgow, Scotland, 12-16 Sep 2022. (In Press)

Hughes, L. , Bartliff, Z. and Prescott, A. (2022) IIIF Survey Results. IIIF4Research Network Workshop 4, Online and University of Durham, 09 May 2022.

Kim, Y. , Hopfgartner, F., Bartliff, Z. and Pal, M. (2022) The Legacies of Stephen Dwoskin’s Personal Cinema: Project as Testbed for Digital Humanities Research. University of Reading Digital Humanities Community of Practice, Online and University of Reading, 23 Feb 2022.

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. , Hopfgartner, F. and Baxter, G. (2021) Dwoskin's Digital Footprints in the Archive. University of Sheffield Workshop, Online, 07 June 2021.

Bartliff, Z. (2021) First steps towards an UnEdition of Cyfraith Hywel. Dark Archives 2021 - Birth of the Unedition, Online, 18 Mar 2021.

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. and Baxter, G. (2020) Visualisation of Hard Drive Content to Support Archival Processes for Personal Digital Archives. 83rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T 2020), 22 Oct - 01 Nov 2020. e329. (doi: 10.1002/pra2.329)

Bartliff, Z. (2020) Using Semantic Textual Encoding to Support the Navigation and Analysis of Medieval Texts. Dark Archives 2020, Online, 8-10 Sep 2020.

Bartliff, Z. , Kim, Y. and Hopfgartner, F. (2019) Exploration of Dwoskin’s Digital Legacy. Screen Studies Conference (SSC2019), Glasgow, UK, 28-30 Jun 2019.

Bartliff, Z. (2017) The Language of Othering in Medieval Wales, Pre- and Post-Conquest. International Medieval Conference 2017, Leeds, UK, 03-06 Jul 2017.

Bartliff, Z. (2016) The Otherworldly Lure: Supernatural Aspects of the Hunt in Medieval Welsh Literature. International Medieval Congress 2016, Leeds, UK, 04-07 Jul 2016.

Website

Bartliff, Z. , Scott, D. and Hughes, L. (2022) IIIF4Research website. [Website]

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Grants

The National Archives Testbed project - Co-investigator in conjunction with University of Reading

Teaching

She has worked within several subject areas in the University, teaching as a GTA across Classical Civilisation, Comparative Literature and Information Studies courses as well as within schools through her work with the Widening Participation scheme and with her previous employment for a well-known social enterprise. She has also done regular guest lecturing within Information Studies and supported convenorship of the level 1 DMIS course.

Courses include:

Information Studies – Honours Dissertation course; Data Analysis, Visualisation and Communication; Introduction to Digital Humanities; DMIS 1A and 1B; Multi-media Analysis and Design A&B; DMIS 2A and 2B; Document Encoding (Hons. and Masters); Description, Cataloguing, & Navigation (Hons. and Masters); Management, Curation & Preservation of Digital Materials, PGT dissertation suppervision for IMP and Museum Studies

Classical Civilisation – Classical civilisation 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B and 1A&B BOLD          

Comparative Literature – Comparative literature 1A and 1B   

Research datasets

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2023

Bartliff, Z. and Hopfgartner, F. (2023) A survey on email visualisation research to address the conflict between privacy and access. [Data Collection] (Unpublished)

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Additional information

She has been involved with the planning, organisation and management of a several academic events such as the Three Minute Thesis competition in her role as the PGR office intern. She played a key role in developing and delivering the Alt+Shift+Archive symposium for The Legacies of Stephen Dwoskin's Personal Cinema project and supported delivery of two workshops for the IIIF4R AHRC and Irish Research Council Network project. In addition to this, through her job with a well known social enterprise, she was responsible for planning and implementing several high profile corporate and celebrity events, including work with Glasgow Life for National Poetry Day, Aye Write. She worked with local schools, high security establishments and certain Glasgow University societies implementing and delivering a series of awareness raising workshops. Also in this role, she practiced conflict management and networking on an almost daily basis and she was instrumental in the design, implementation and staff training of the new digital administrative system of a new company-wide administrative system.