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Digital Humanities Open House
November 4, 2021 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Please join us on Thursday, November 4, from 11:30-1:30pm, in 330 Gross Hall, Ahmadiah Family Grand Hall for a Digital Humanities Open House. This event will feature three short presentations by faculty and students working on different digital humanities projects, followed by a general discussion. If you are interested in the intersection of literary study and digital/computational methods, please do attend this event!
The Open House will begin with the following three short presentations:
Aarthi Vadde (Faculty, English), “Fandom and Fictionality after the Social Web: A Computational Study of AO3.”
Astrid Guigni (Faculty, English, IID), Aimi Wen (Undergraduate, Mechanical Engineering), and Leona Lu (Undergraduate, Computer Science, Statistics, Med/Ren), “The Ethics of Economic Language in Early Modern Texts: Computational and Archival Approaches.”
Julianne Werlin (Faculty, English), “English Authors, 1500-1700: A Demographic Approach.”
This event is sponsored by Duke University’s Rhodes Information Initiative and the departments of Mathematics and English. (Please direct any queries about the event to Lisa M. Olds at firstname.lastname@example.org.)