Why are non-data driven representations of data-driven research in the humanities so bad?

One of the more frustrating aspects of working in data-driven research today is the representation of such research by people who do not use data. Why? Because it is not View Original

Data Visualization and Reading – An Interview

Mark Algee-Hewitt and I recently took part in an interview with Elyse Graham for a special issue of English Studies on “Data Visualization and the Humanities.” You can read her View Original

Media@McGill announces Upcoming Programming


Media@McGill announces its 2017-2018 theme as Media, Art and Politics.
An exciting program is being planned; here is what you View Original