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Jan 10 2014

Talks and Slides from MLA2014

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These two talks were delivered by Hoyt and Richard at the recent MLA 2014 conference in Chicago. The Haiku Meme: Imitation and Influence in American Modernism (slides) [session #155] Who is Thomas Curtis Clark? Modernist Networks of Exclusion (slides) [session #233] Thank you to Andrew Goldstone (Rutgers), Amy Hungerford (Yale), Matthew Jockers (Nebraska), Andrew Piper […]

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Jul 18 2013

New Publication in Boundary 2

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Our article on “Network Analysis and the Sociology of Modernism” has now officially made it into print. Special thanks to the editorial staff at¬†Boundary 2¬†for their help with revising the manuscript and with the layout of the gray-scale images. Color figures can be found here. Thanks also to those who have been so generous with […]

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May 27 2013

New Working Paper on Translation Networks

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We’ve just completed a new working paper titled, “Translation Networks in the World Republic of Letters” (slides are here). This paper extends our project into the study of textual circulation and diffusion, specifically as revealed through publication networks. We outline some provisional concepts for thinking about the circulation of translated material on a macro-scale, with […]

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Mar 25 2013

Toward a Sociology of Modernism: New Work on Japan

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Hoyt Long recently presented some work from the Global Literary Networks project at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, held this year in San Diego. His talk introduced some of the potential applications of social network analysis for the study of avant-garde poetry movements in Japan. It also raised questions about the use of […]

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