Sonja Sapach won the CSDH-SCHN Ian Lancashire Award for Graduate Student Promise

Sonja Sapach won the CSDH-SCHN (Canadian Society for Digital Humanities) Ian Lancashire Award for Graduate Student Promise at CSDHSCHN18 yesterday at Congress. The Award “recognizes an outstanding presentation at our annual conference of original research in DH by a graduate student.” She won the award for a paper on “Tagging my Tears and Fears: Text-Mining the Autoethnography.”…

“From a distance ‘You might mistake her for a man’: A closer reading of gender and character action in Jane Eyre, The Law and the Lady, and A Brilliant Woman” was published at DSH

“From a distance ‘You might mistake her for a man’: A closer reading of gender and character action in Jane Eyre, The Law and the Lady, and A Brilliant Woman” by Gabi Kirilloff, Peter J Capuano, Julius Fredrick, and Matthew L Jockers has now been published at DSH. This work was supported by ‘NovelTM’, a grant from the Social…

New Cultural Analytics Journal Article “Self Repetition and East Asian Literary Modernity, 1900-1930” by Hoyt Long, Anatoly Detwyler, and Yuancheng Zhu

Histories of East Asian literary modernity have often begun as historiographies of the narrative self. For some scholars, the emergence of a decidedly self-referential mode of fiction in the early twentieth century is part and parcel of what defines this modernity. In Japan there was the “I-novel”; and in China, Romantic fiction. The two are recognized…

NovelTM Graduate Students at the University of Notre Dame

In May 2017, three NovelTM graduate students – Kaitlin Cruz, Melanie Walsh and Lisa Teichmann – met up in South Bend, Indiana, with Textual Geographies project director Matthew Wilkens for a week-long workshop dedicated to learning and exploring a range of geographical text analysis methods and tools, some of which are used in the NEH-funded…