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Conference Papers

  • The Haiku Meme: Imitation and Influence in American Modernism (Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Chicago, January, 2014) [Presentation by Long and So]
  • Who is Thomas Curtis Clark? Modernist Networks of Exclusion (Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Chicago, January, 2014) [Presentation by Long and So]
  • “Global Literary Networks and the Problem of Scale in Digital Humanities.” (Histories of the Japanese Book: Past, Present, Future. UC Santa Barbara, June, 2013) [Presentation by Long]
  • “Toward a Sociology of Modernism: Network Analysis and Avant-garde Poetry in Japan” (Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, San Diego, March, 2013) [Presentation by Long] Paper is available here.
  • “Network Analysis and Literary History: Making Social Sense of Bibliographic Metadata” (Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, University of Chicago, November, 2012) [Presentation by Long]
  • “Network Analysis of Modern Japanese Poetry: Methods and Tools for Exploring Literary Influence and Affiliation” (2nd annual Japanese Association for Digital Humanities Conference, University of Tokyo, September, 2012) [Presentation by Long]
  • “Comparative Literature and Network Analysis” (China After Comparison Workshop, Pennsylvania State University, September, 2012) [Presentation by So]
  • “Network Analysis and Literary History” (Leonardo Satellite Symposium at NetSci 2012 Conference, Northwestern University, June, 2012). [Presentation by Long and So]
  • “Literary Criticism, Network Analysis: Towards a New Sociology of Literature” (boundary 2, Spring Conference, UCLA, May, 2012) [Presentation by Long and So]
  • “Network Analysis of Modern Japanese Poetry: Theory and Tools” (Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, Chicago, November, 2011). [Poster session by Long, Leonard, and Keith Brisson]
  • “Mapping Influence and Affiliation in Japan’s Modernist Poetic Networks” (Network Analysis for the Humanities Conference, UCLA, October, 2011). [Presentation by Long].