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Big Data: Text Mining in the Digital Humanities

Posted in Conferences, Lectures, Talks

McGill University played host to a symposium and workshop on literary text mining May 10th and 11th, 2012. The event, organized by Stéfan Sinclair and Matthew Milner, welcomed a diverse group of recognized scholars including Tanya Clement (University of Texas

Public Digital Humanities

Posted in Events, Talks

“What are the opportunities and challenges that exist for the Digital Humanities to reach a broader public and to confirm the relevance of the humanities in today’s society?” The roundtable “Public Digital Humanities” held on April 30, 2012, at McGill

Discussion Panel- Prospects for the Digital Humanities

Posted in Events, Talks

On March 13, a panel discussion was held in collaboration with EGSA (English Graduate Students Association). This event was organized to give graduate students in the humanities a glimpse of the potential prospects for the digital humanities in their academic