Digital Humanities Beyond Modern English: Computational Approaches to Premodern

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Digital Humanities Beyond Modern English: Computational Approaches to Premodern

“Computational Tools and the Cross-Cultural Study of Literature” Keynote Panel with Patrick Burns (University of Texas at Austin), Tanya Clement (University of Texas at Austin), Grace Fong (McGill University), and Carrie Schroeder (University of the Pacific)

Thursday, April 25, 2019
12:15pm-1:30pm
Occom Commons
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Free Food, Lectures & Seminars

This keynote panel will address the possibilities for cross-cultural and diachronic literary research opened up by the creation of new computational tools and methods. The panel will take the form of brief, informal presentations outlining the panelists’ views of the prospects for a digital “World Literature,” followed by an open Q&A. All of the panelists are leaders of major digital humanities projects that range across historical periods, diverse languages and cultures, and new methodologies. 

For more information, contact:
Joseph Dexter

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.