New Article in the Journal of Cultural Analytics: “Nation, Ethnicity, and the Geography of British Fiction, 1880-1940” by Elizabeth F. Evans and Matthew Wilkens

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Among the most pressing problems in modernist literary studies are those related to Britain’s engagement with the wider world under empire and to its own rapidly evolving urban spaces in View Original

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.txtLAB’s Racial Lines featured by the CBC

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Very pleased that new research on racial bias in Hollywood cinema by lab members Vicky Svaikovsky, Anne Meisner and Eve Kraicer has been featured on the CBC today. A really View Original

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Our first “collaboration”: Racial Lines

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I am very pleased to announce the launch of a new series of papers that will be coming out of .txtLAB in the months (and hopefully years) to come. We View Original

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SIMSSA XIV at McGill

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At the end of May, we were pleased to host our fourteenth SIMSSA Workshop! Held at McGill University, our guest speakers included Andy Irving (British Library), Laurent Pugin (RISM-Switzerland), Jorge View Original

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Gender Trouble: Literary Studies’ He/She Problem

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Pronouns have become a hot topic of late and I thought it would be interesting to explore their use in the new JSTOR data set that I have been working View Original

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