Year: 2017

Call for Proposals: Open Research Spaces in the New Digital Arts & Humanities Commons

Announcing​ ​a​ ​call​ ​for​ ​proposals​ ​for​ ​faculty-led​ ​open​ ​research​ ​spaces​ ​in​ ​the​ ​Digital​ ​Arts​ ​& Humanities​ ​Commons​ ​(DAHC),​ ​an​ ​open​ ​floor​ ​plan​ ​interdisciplinary​ ​co-working​ ​space​ ​for digital​ ​scholarship​ ​and​ ​pedagogy​ ​located​ ​in​ ​Music​ ​1410​ ​(formerly​ ​the​ ​Arts​ ​Library). This Fall

Jennifer Scappettone Talk: “Copper Lyres and Pennies from Heaven: The Material Rain of the ‘Cloud'”

word2vec Workshop – May 30, 2017

  The “word embedding” approach to modeling semantic relations in language–especially large collections of texts–is one of the newest and most exciting applications of computational methods to the study of culture as represented in texts. Word embedding is a so-called

Zach Blas Talk: “bio-exempt” – April 21, 2017


Regina Schober Talk: “Networks and Numbers: New Models for the Humanities?”

Please join us for a Transcriptions event on Thursday, Feb. 16th at 1:00p, featuring a presentation by visiting scholar Regina Schober (U. Mannheim). The talk, titled “Networks and Numbers: New Models for the Humanities?”, will showcase Regina’s recent work on network