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NovelTM Graduate Students at the University of Notre Dame

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In May 2017, three NovelTM graduate students – Kaitlin Cruz, Melanie Walsh and Lisa Teichmann – met up in South Bend, Indiana, with Textual Geographies project director Matthew Wilkens for View Original

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New Cultural Analytics Journal Article “Beyond Poet Voice. Sampling the (Non-) Performance Styles of 100 American Poets” by Marit J. MacArthur, Georgia Zellou, and Lee M. Miller

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The poetry reading has, for decades, been an unavoidable aspect of the professional poet’s life. And the institutionalization of creative writing, government sponsorship of the arts, access to audio and View Original

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The Identity Issue in Cultural Analytics

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The NovelTM group is pleased to announce a special issue of Cultural Analytics on “Identity” edited by Susan Brown and Laura Mandell.

You can read Laura Mandell’s and Susan Browns’s introduction View Original

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Geoffrey Rockwell in Dublin: “Thinking-Through Big Data in the Humanities”

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Geoffrey Rockwell of the Text Mining the Novel project presented one of the keynotes at the Digital Cultures, Big Data and Society at University College Dublin, in Dublin Ireland on View Original

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On the Benefits of Failure: A Symposium presented by the Digital Scholars of the University of Alberta

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On the Benefits of Failure: A Symposium

The topic of failure is not often discussed in academia. Failure is seen as something to avoid: a cause View Original

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