New Article in the Journal of Cultural Analytics: “Nation, Ethnicity, and the Geography of British Fiction, 1880-1940” by Elizabeth F. Evans and Matthew Wilkens

Among the most pressing problems in modernist literary studies are those related to Britain’s engagement with the wider world under empire and to its own rapidly evolving urban spaces in the years before the Second World War. In both cases, the literary-geographic imagination—or unconscious—of the period between 1880 and 1940 can help to shed light on…

Notre Dame a hub for springtime NovelTM activity

Congratulations to NovelTM co-investigator Matt Wilkens (University of Notre Dame) on the success of Cultural Analytics 2017! The symposium on 26-27 May brought together a number of individuals from the NovelTM team as well as external researchers and members of the public to discuss new research in computational and data-intensive cultural studies. In the lead-up to this exciting event, Prof…

NovelTM at DH2015

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…