Category: Lecture

Seminar: Characterization and Gender, 1800-2008

 

Ted Underwood teaches in the School of Information Sciences and the English Department at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He was trained as a Romanticist and now applies machine learning to large digital collections. His most recent book, Distant Horizons: Digital Evidence and Literary Change (Univ of Chicago, Spring 2019) addresses new perspectives opened up by large digital libraries.

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Seminar | Quantifying without Computers

 

Laura McGrath is the Associate Director of the Stanford University Literary Lab and a postdoctoral fellow in English. Her primary interests lie in computational approaches to post45 American fiction. She is at work on a manuscript, a literary history of the agent, entitled Middlemen: Making Literature in the Age of Multimedia Conglomerates. She is also working on a second, trade book called Comps: The Big Data Behind the Book Business.

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DH Summer Lecture Series 2018 | Stacy Reardon

 

Stacy Reardon is the Literatures and Digital Humanities Librarian at UC Berkeley as well as a doctoral candidate in Ethnic American literature at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She is a member of the Scholarly Communication Expertise Group at UC Berkeley, serves on the editorial board for C&RL News, and reads for the New England Review literary magazine. Stacy has been a librarian at Middlebury College in Vermont and has several years of experience in instructional technology.

 

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