An upcoming lecture and demonstration to be given by Mark Algee-Hewitt and Ryan Heuser, Associate Research Directors of the Stanford Literary Lab will take place on Thursday, November 13, 2014, at SH 2635, 3:30-5:00. The Early Modern Center and Transcriptions Research Center are co-sponsoring this event. Mark Algee-Hewitt and Ryan Heuser will introduce two of the many projects of the Stanford Literary Lab. Their talk is entitled,
Then on Friday, November 14, at the Transcriptions Center, SH 2509, 10-12, there will be a special colloquium where Mark and Ryan, and the Transcriptions Center and EMC faculty will discuss their ongoing digital projects.
The schedule for this event is free-flowing and casual. Mark and Ryan will talk about their projects at Stanford Literary Lab in-between presentations by UCSB graduate students and faculty:
- Megan Palmer-Browne will present on the UCSB English Broadside Ballad Project
- Selena Daly will present on social network analysis research related to her project “Managing the movement: The Group Dynamics of Italian Futurism, 1909-1944”
- Ashley Champagne will present on social network analysis research related to a canon Amazon.com produces in association with Zora Neale Hurston
- William Warner will present on Protocols of Liberty
- Alan Liu will present on RoSE and the 4Humanities What Everyone Says About the Humanities Research Project (#WhatEvery1Says).