Profiel

Current roles:

 

Biography:

Since Sept. 2014, I am assistant professor Television and Digital Heritage at the Department of Media and Culture Studies at Utrecht University. 

My research is situated at the crossroads of humanities and computer science (digital humanities), film and television (audiovisual heritage), and East European cultures and identities (transnational media), with a focus on the role of digital and creative research methods.

  • I obtained a PhD in Social Sciences: Communication Studies (University of Antwerp, 2008) with a dissertation on Post-Soviet Russian Film Policy, for which I conducted research at the Russian Institute for Cinema Research in Moscow.
  • After finishing my PhD, I set up a pilot study for the research line Media and Diaspora of Utrecht University, in which I explored the use of photography as creative research method.
  • From 2010 onwards, I work within Digital Humanities: I was postdoc in BRIDGE (NWO-CATCH), research coordinator of TROVe (CLARIAH-SEED), project leader of AVResearcherXL (CLARIN/CLARIAH-SEED) and co-supervisor of EYE's Mapping Desmet, a tool for mapping historical film distribution and programming (NWO-KIEM). In 2014, I also worked within the CREATE-project (Creative Amsterdam: an e-humanities perspective) at the media studies department of UvA.
  • In 2012-2013, I was visiting scholar at the Comparative Media Studies program at MIT and member of the first cohort of fellows of MIT's digital humanities lab MIT HyperStudio
  • Since 2015, I am part of the Core Team Audiovisual Data and Media Studies of the national infrastructural project CLARIAH (NWO), aimed at developing a toolkit for media studies research in the Netherlands.
  • Currently, I am member of the Advisory Board of the Clipnote project of UCLA's Center for Digital Humanities, and co-chair of the SCMS SIG "Digital Humanities and Videographic Criticism" that links the international community of film and television scholars working within the dynamic field of video essays and digital humanities.
  • My current research interests (2016-18) involve teaching methodologies/pedagogy for Digital Humanities and innovative interface solutions for Digital Tool Criticism.


 

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Sleutelpublicaties

Bron, M.M., van Gorp, J. & de Rijke, Maarten (2016). Media studies research in the data-driven age - How research questions evolve. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67 (7), (pp. 1535 - 1554) (20 p.).

Olesen, Christian Gosvig, Masson, E.L., van Gorp, J., Fossati, Giovanna & Noordegraaf, J.J. (01-12-2016). Data-Driven Research for Film History - Exploring the Jean Desmet Collection. The Moving Image, 16 (1), (pp. 82-105).

van Gorp, J., de Leeuw, J.S., van Wees, J. & Huurnink, B. (2015). Digital Media Archaeology - Digging into the Digital Tool AVResearcherXL. VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal, 4 (7), (pp. 38-53) (16 p.).

van Gorp, Jasmijn & Smets, Kevin (2015). Diaspora organizations, imagined communities and the versatility of diaspora - The case of former Yugoslav organizations in the Netherlands. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 8 (1), (pp. 70-85).

Baltussen, L, Blom, J, Medjoune, L, Pop, R, van Gorp, Jasmijn, Huurdeman, H & Haaijer, L (2014). Hard Content, Fab Front-End - Archiving Websites of Dutch Public Broadcasters. Alexandria: The Journal of National and International Library and Information Issues, 25 (1-2), (pp. 69-91) (23 p.).

van Gorp, J. (2013). Looking for what you are looking for: a media researcher's first search in a television archive. VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal, (pp. 1-7) (7 p.).

van Gorp, J. (2012). National Identity in Post-9/11 Transnational Cinema: The Case of the Russian Blockbuster 9th Company (2005). In Lars Kristensen (Eds.), Post-Communist Film in Russia and Eastern Europe: Moving Images of Post-Communism. London&New York: Routledge.

van den Bulck, H. & van Gorp, J. (2011). Eternal Fandom: Elderly Fans, the Media and the Staged Divorce of a Schlager Singer. Popular Communication, 9 (3), (pp. 212-226) (15 p.).

van Gorp, J. (2011). Inverting Film Policy. Film as Nation Builder in Post-Soviet Russia (1991-2005). Media, Culture and Society, 33 (2), (pp. 243-258) (16 p.).

van Gorp, J. (2010). Wat is nationaal aan nationale cinema? Het academische debat in kaart gebracht. Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 38 (1), (pp. 53-67) (15 p.).

van Gorp, J. (2007). The time which is yet to come: understanding my friend Ivan Lapshin (1983-1985) - Perspecives on European film and history / Engelen, Leen [edit.]. Perspecives on European film and history / Engelen, Leen [edit.] (pp. 221-237) (17 p.). Gent: Academia Press, Engels irua-catalogus.

Alle publicaties
  2017
van Gorp, J., Melgar, Liliana & van Vliet, I.M. (04-07-2017). Demo of the CLARIAH Media Suite.
Martinez-Ortiz, Carlos, Melgar, Liliana, Koolen, Marijn, Blom, J., van Gorp, J., Baaren, E., Kiewik, R., Ordelman, Roeland, Noordegraaf, J.J., Poell, T. & Beelen, K.J. (05-07-2017). From Tools to “Recipes”: Building a Media Suite within the Dutch Digital Humanities Infrastructure CLARIAH.
  2016
Olesen, Christian Gosvig, Masson, E.L., van Gorp, J., Fossati, Giovanna & Noordegraaf, J.J. (01-12-2016). Data-Driven Research for Film History - Exploring the Jean Desmet Collection. The Moving Image, 16 (1), (pp. 82-105).
Bron, M.M., van Gorp, J. & de Rijke, Maarten (2016). Media studies research in the data-driven age - How research questions evolve. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67 (7), (pp. 1535 - 1554) (20 p.).
van Gorp, J. & Koolen, Marijn (12-07-2016). Missing Data in Collections (Lightning Talk).
van Gorp, J. & Kiewik, R. (2016). Missing Data Visualizations to Support Digital Tool Criticism.
van Gorp, J. & Kiewik, R. (12-07-2016). What’s Not in the Archive: Teaching Television History in the ‘Digital Humanities’ Era.
  2015
van Gorp, J. (2015). Biography - Alexei Y. German. In Birgit Beumers (Eds.), World Cinema - Russia (Volume 2) London: Intellect.
Olesen, Christian Gosvig, Masson, E.L. & van Gorp, J. (29-03-2015). Chromatic Experience in Early Cinema Distribution as Visualized Through EYE’s Jean Desmet Collection.
Noordegraaf, J.J., van Dijck, J.F.T.M., de Rijke, Maarten, Oomen, Johan & van Gorp, J. (04-10-2015). CLARIAH WP5 - Media Studies and Audiovisual Data Plan. (14 p.). CLARIAH.
Olesen, Christian Gosvig & van Gorp, J. (27-03-2015). Data-driven Film History: a Demonstrator of EYE’s Jean Desmet Collection.
van Gorp, Jasmijn & Smets, Kevin (2015). Diaspora organizations, imagined communities and the versatility of diaspora - The case of former Yugoslav organizations in the Netherlands. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 8 (1), (pp. 70-85).
van Gorp, J., de Leeuw, J.S., van Wees, J. & Huurnink, B. (2015). Digital Media Archaeology - Digging into the Digital Tool AVResearcherXL. VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal, 4 (7), (pp. 38-53) (16 p.).
Olesen, Christian Gosvig, van Gorp, J., Masson, E.L., van Wees, J., Sondervan, Niels, Fossati, G & Noordegraaf, J.J. (2015). Mapping Desmet - a Tool for Visualizing Early Film Distribution and Screening.
  2014
van Gorp, J., Olesen, Christian Gosvig, Masson, E.L., Fossati, G & Noordegraaf, J.J. (28-10-2014). Digital Tools for Archives: Linking EYE's Jean Desmet Collection.
Baltussen, L, Blom, J, Medjoune, L, Pop, R, van Gorp, Jasmijn, Huurdeman, H & Haaijer, L (2014). Hard Content, Fab Front-End - Archiving Websites of Dutch Public Broadcasters. Alexandria: The Journal of National and International Library and Information Issues, 25 (1-2), (pp. 69-91) (23 p.).
  2013
Bron, M., van Gorp, J., Nack, F., Baltusen, L.B & de Rijke, M. (2013). Aggregated search interfaces in multi-session tasks. SIGIR 2013: 36th international ACM SIGIR conference on research and development in information retrieval Dublin: ACM.
van Gorp, J., Huurnink, B., Bronner, A., Bron, M., de Goede, B. & van Wees, J. (2013). AVResearcher: Exploring Audiovisual Metadata. DIR 2013: Dutch-Belgian Information Retrieval Conference Delft: DIR.
van Gorp, J. (2013). Looking for what you are looking for: a media researcher's first search in a television archive. VIEW. Journal of European Television History and Culture/E-journal, (pp. 1-7) (7 p.).
  2012
Bron, M., van Gorp, J., Nack, F., de Rijke, M., Vishneuski, Andrei & de Leeuw, J.S. (2012). A Subjunctive Exploratory Search Interface to Support Media Studies Researchers. SIGIR '12: 35th international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval Portland, Oregon: ACM.
Bron, M.M., van Gorp, J., van Wees, J., de Goede, Bart, Baltussen, L, Bouwer, Anders, de Leeuw, J.S. & de Rijke, M. (2012). CoMeRDa - Contextualising Media Studies Research Data.
van Gorp, J., Bron, M., Nack, F. & de Rijke, M. (2012). Ingredients for a User Interface to Support Media Studies Researchers in Data Collection. EuroHCIR 2012: 2nd European Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval Nijmegen: EuroHCIR.
van Gorp, J. (2012). National Identity in Post-9/11 Transnational Cinema: The Case of the Russian Blockbuster 9th Company (2005). In Lars Kristensen (Eds.), Post-Communist Film in Russia and Eastern Europe: Moving Images of Post-Communism. London&New York: Routledge.
  2011
van den Bulck, H. & van Gorp, J. (2011). Eternal Fandom: Elderly Fans, the Media and the Staged Divorce of a Schlager Singer. Popular Communication, 9 (3), (pp. 212-226) (15 p.).
Bron, M., van Gorp, J., Nack, F. & de Rijke, M. (2011). Exploratory Search in an Audio-Visual Archive: Evaluating a Professional Search Tool for Non-Professional Users. EuroHCIR 2011: 1st European Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval Newcastle: EuroHCIR.
van Gorp, J. (08-07-2011) Invited speaker IAMHIST conference Copenhagen (08-01-2011)
van Gorp, J. (2011). Inverting Film Policy. Film as Nation Builder in Post-Soviet Russia (1991-2005). Media, Culture and Society, 33 (2), (pp. 243-258) (16 p.).
  2010
van Gorp, J. (2010). Film Entries: Moi Drug Ivan Lapshin; Khrustalev Mashinu!; Svadba. In Birgit Beumers (Eds.), Directory of World Cinema: Russia (Volume 1) Bristol: Intellect.
van Gorp, J. (2010). Film Review. KinoKultura: Journal on New Russian Cinema
Mueller, L.F. & van Gorp, J. (2010). Final Report Media and Diaspora Project 2009-2010. Utrecht: Utrecht University.
van Gorp, J. (2010). Wat is nationaal aan nationale cinema? Het academische debat in kaart gebracht. Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 38 (1), (pp. 53-67) (15 p.).
  2009
van Gorp, J. (2009). Film review. KinoKultura: Journal on New Russian Cinema
van Gorp, J. (2009). Poetin-cinema. Prospekt: Tijdschrift over Rusland, 17 (6), (pp. 30-31) (2 p.).
  2008
van Gorp, Jasmijn (2008). Post-Sovjet Rusland op zoek naar zichzelf: filmbeleid en nationale identiteit onder Yeltsin - Media, cultuur, identiteit: actueel onderzoek naar media en maatschappij. Media, cultuur, identiteit: actueel onderzoek naar media en maatschappij (pp. 21-36) (16 p.). Gent: Academia Press, Nederlands irua-catalogus.
  2007
Simons, N., Van den Bulck, H. & van Gorp, J. (2007). Alcohol in The OC: mediaframing en attitudevorming bij jongeren. Antwerpen: Universiteit Antwerpen, Faculteit Politieke en Sociale Wetenschappen, Departement Communicatiewetenschappen, Nederlands irua-catalogus Eindrapport leeronderzoek.
van Gorp, J. (2007). The time which is yet to come: understanding my friend Ivan Lapshin (1983-1985) - Perspecives on European film and history / Engelen, Leen [edit.]. Perspecives on European film and history / Engelen, Leen [edit.] (pp. 221-237) (17 p.). Gent: Academia Press, Engels irua-catalogus.
  2006
  2005
Van Gorp, Baldwin & van Gorp, J. (2005). News of the other: tracing identity in Scandinavian constructions of the Eastern Baltic Sea region. Communications, 30 (4), (pp. 479-481) (3 p.). Engels irua-catalogus.
  2004
Van den Bulck, H. & van Gorp, J. (2004). Adverteerders zondigen? De (mis)representatie van ouderen in reclame - Management jaarboek / Vlaamse Managementassociatie. Management jaarboek / Vlaamse Managementassociatie Zellik: Roularta, Nederlands irua-catalogus.
van Gorp, J. (2004). Bewegend geheugen: een gids naar audiovisuele bronnen over Vlaanderen. Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 32 (2), (pp. 206-207) (2 p.). Nederlands irua-catalogus.
van Gorp, J. (2004). Stalinistische zuiveringen in de Sovjetrussische cinema van 1976-1996: de glasnostperiode. Cinemagie: driemaandelijks filmstudietijdschrift voor filmkunst en beeldopvoeding, 246, (pp. 75-88) (14 p.). Nederlands irua-catalogus.
van Gorp, J. (2004). Stalinistische zuiveringen in de Sovjetrussische cinema van 1976-1996: de post-Sovjet periode. Cinemagie: driemaandelijks filmstudietijdschrift voor filmkunst en beeldopvoeding, 247, (pp. 71-84) (14 p.). Nederlands irua-catalogus.
  2003
van Gorp, J. (2003). Stalinistische zuiveringen in de Sovjetrussische cinema van 1976-1996: de pre-glasnostperiode. Cinemagie: driemaandelijks filmstudietijdschrift voor filmkunst en beeldopvoeding, 245, (pp. 73-76) (4 p.). Nederlands irua-catalogus.
Van den Bulck, H. & van Gorp, J. (2003). Stereotypen op jaren: leeftijdsgebruik in reclame. Comma, (pp. 14-18) (5 p.). Nederlands irua-catalogus.
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Project:
CLARIAH WP5: Media Studies and Audiovisual Data
01-01-2015 tot 31-12-2018
Algemene projectbeschrijving 

CLARIAH is a large-scale infrastructural project, aiming at the development of a research infrastructure for humanities researchers. Within WP5 'Media Studies and Audiovisual Data', we develop a digital toolkit for Media Studies researchers in the Netherlands. 

Rol: Onderzoeksleider
Individuele projectbeschrijving

Together with Maarten de Rijke (ILPS UvA), I am the project leader of "Project 2": Tools for simultaneous search across audiovisual collections, social media and print media. In this project, we develop the existing prototypes AVResearcherXL, CoMeRDa and TROVe in sustainable tools hosted by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. For more information: http://www.clariah.nl/projecten/focusgebieden/media-studies

Financiering
2e geldstroom - NWO: CLARIAH
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • prof. dr. Julia Noordegraaf (P.I. UvA)
  • prof. dr. Maarten de Rijke (UvA)
  • prof. dr. José van Dijck (UvA/UU)
  • dr. Thomas Poell (UvA)
  • dr. Liliana Melgar (UvA)
  • Johan Oomen (Beeld en Geluid)
  • Jaap Blom (Beeld en Geluid)
  • dr. Marijn Koolen (Beeld en Geluid)
  • dr. Eva Baaren (Beeld en Geluid)
  • dr. Roeland Ordelman (Beeld en Geluid)
  • dr. Lora Aroyo (VU)
  • dr. Victor de Boer (VU)
  • Norah Karrouche (VU/EUR/UvA)

Afgesloten projecten

Project:
Data-Driven Film History: Developing a Tool for EYE's Jean Desmet Collection 01-09-2014 tot 30-04-2015
Algemene projectbeschrijving

The partners will develop a demonstrator-tool with a distinct part of EYE's film collection: the Jean Desmet collection. Jean Desmet was the first professional film distributor in the Netherlands. His unique collection is part of UNESCO's world heritage, and consists of four different datasets: films, posters, photographs and a business archive. The KIEM-grant will be used for the development of a demonstrator, in which the four datasets will be explored, visualised and curated so as to create rich links between the datasets. The demonstrator will shed a data-driven light on one of the most important film collections in the Netherlands. This provides insight in the collection's potential and related technical and user-centred challenges. In addition, the demonstrator will be part of a scheduled exhibition on the Jean Desmet collection at EYE, hence presenting data-driven film historical research to a wider audience.

 
Rol: Begeleider Financiering
2e geldstroom - NWO: KIEM
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • prof. dr. Giovanna Fossati P.I. (UvA/EYE)
  • dr. Eef Masson co-P.I. (UvA)
  • Christian Olesen (UvA)
  • prof. dr. Julia Noordegraaf (UvA)
Project:
AVResearcherXL, a tool for analysing television in context (=QuaMeRDES) 01-05-2013 tot 31-08-2014
Algemene projectbeschrijving

The AVResearcherXL demonstrator will enable quantitative content analysis of television and printed media. Key is providing meaningful links to various streams of information relevant to media studies scholars. This includes television broadcasts, newspaper archives, metadata records and also time-based information, notably subtitle files. AVResearcherXL will expand the existing tool MeRDES (Media Researchers’ Data Exploration Suite) , developed in the NWO-CATCH project BRIDGE. MeRDES is an analysis tool that visualises trends in extensive catalogues maintained by archives. This tool will be expanded to support principles of quantitative content analysis and explore new data visualisation paradigms. The result will integrate wrappers that read and write metadata and provenance information provided by the CLARIN infrastructure. AVResearcherXL will be evaluated in a specific case study that enables media studies scholars to come to new insights about how representations of migrants on Dutch television are related to social, cultural and political values in Dutch society. AVResearcherXL was funded within the QuaMeRDES-project.

 
Rol: Onderzoeksleider & uitvoerder & contactpersoon Financiering
2e geldstroom - overig: CLARIN-NL
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • Johan Oomen
  • prof. dr. Maarten de Rijke
  • dr. Fons Laan
  • dr. Bouke Huurnink
Project:
TROVe, the Transmedia Observatory 01-02-2013 tot 30-09-2013
Algemene projectbeschrijving

This project delivers a search engine that enables digital humanities scholars to analyse the spread of information throughout the time across different media as broadcast television, print media, social media and blogs. The user interface is tailored to the needs of digital humanities scholars, notably supporting exploratory search, contextualization and monitoring.

 
Rol: Begeleider Financiering
2e geldstroom - overig: CLARIAH-SEED
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • Johan Oomen
  • prof. dr. Maarten de Rijke
  • Pieter Vijn
Project:
BRIDGE, Building Rich Links to Enable Television History Research 01-05-2009 tot 31-08-2013
Algemene projectbeschrijving

The project addresses access to television archives. Television is not an isolated medium, but a key node in a complex information landscape. From an exclusive focus on producing radio, television and publishing program guides, broadcasting organisations have moved to cross-media production companies where users are directly involved in online follow-up discussions. To be meaningful, these additional materials need to be cross-linked to the traditionally archived television materials so as to arrive at a meaningful web of information.


The project will develop, test and deploy efficient, effective and robust methods for automatically creating meaningful links between dynamically expanding archived television data and other information sources that are centered around entities, themes and events.

 
Rol: Uitvoerder Financiering
2e geldstroom - NWO: CATCH, Continuous Access to Cultural Heritage
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • prof. dr. Maarten de Rijke (UvA)
  • MA Marc Bron (UvA)
  • MA Johan Oomen (Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision)
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