A number of NovelTM members recently gave papers at DH2015 in Sydney, Australia. Geoffrey Rockwell co-authored a paper with Stéfan Sinclair entitled “Talking About Programming in the Digital Humanities.” He also co-authored a paper entitled “Exploring Large Datasets with Topic Model Visualizations” with John Montague, John Simpson, Stan Ruecker, and Susan Brown. Matthew Wilkens presented “Mapping and Modelling Literary Geography in the Twentieth Century,” while Mark Algee-Hewitt co-authored “Mapping the Emotions of London in Fiction, 1700-1900: A Crowdsourcing Experiment” with Ryan Heuser, Van Tran, Annalise Lockhart and Erik Steiner. Finally, Stéfan Sinclair co-authored “DREaM: Distant Reading Early Modernity with Stephen Wittek and Matthew Milner.”
Geoffrey Rockwell’s conference notes on DH2015 can be found here.