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Barbara Piatti – Lecture: From Texts to Maps or How to Visualize Literary Landscapes

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Dr. Piatti will give a Public Lecture on how geospatial analyses are altering and transforming literary theory and its notions of landscape & spatiality. All are welcome!

Barbara Piatti: Critical Space Theory: Uncertainty and Ambiguity in Cultural Cartographies: A Workshop

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The Interacting with Print project is hosting a workshop by Dr. Barbara Piatti, Director of the Institute for Cartography and Geoinformation at the University of Zurich and co-founder of the Literary Atlas of Europe Project. Her work focuses on the

Interrogating the Anthology: The Database of Romantic Poets

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  One of the popular forms of 19th-century English literary culture , the poetic anthology presents interesting questions regarding the selection and representation of its contents. 

How to Map a novel: “Imaginary Interactions” at McGill

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    Newly developed in fall 2012, the “Imaginary Interactions” project is the result of a collaboration between Dr. Andrew Piper of the McGill German Department and Dr. Derek Ruths of the McGill Department of Computer Science. Using a combination of