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Nov 13 2014

Announcing “Cultural Analytics” — A Major Conference on Computational Approaches to the Study of Culture

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On May 22-23, 2015, the Global Literary Networks group will host a major conference at the University of Chicago called “Cultural Analytics: Computational Approaches to the Study of Culture.” The event will bring together faculty and graduate students working at the intersection of literary history and applied computational analysis. This field has been growing for […]

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Apr 02 2014

Data as Critique: New Computational Approaches to the Study of Culture

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On May 9th, the Global Literary Networks team will host a one-day conference bringing together new scholarship on the history and sociology of global culture. The conference highlights research that cuts across the traditional division of qualitative methods (hermeneutics, historicism) from quantitative or data-driven ones (text-mining, network analysis). A major goal of the conference is […]

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Nov 15 2012

DHCS 2012

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For those of you in the greater Chicago area, please come check out the 2012 Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science. Hoyt will be demonstrating a few pieces of our literary networks project and talking about some of the ways that network analysis and interactive visualization can enhance scholarly engagement with big bibliographic […]

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