The Global Literary Networks team is also doing a second panel at MLA 2014 with Andrew Piper, associate professor at McGill. Haun Saussy (Chicago) and Ted Underwood (Illinois) will be doing the responses. While our other panel focuses on issues specific to American modernism, this panel attends more to the relationship between comparative literature-transnational studies and “big data” computational approaches. We’re really excited to be presenting with Haun, a distinguished scholar in comparative literature and Ted, a pioneer in computational literary criticism. Please check out our panel abstract if you’d like to learn more. Thanks!
MLA 2014 Macro Scale
Network Analysis and the Sociology of Modernism in Boundary 2, Vol. 40, No. 2 (Summer, 2013)