Visiting Paris with Becky Shaw: DLfM 2018

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The International Society for Music Information Retrieval conference (ISMIR 2018) was held in Paris this year, and several SIMSSA researchers shared their work at both ISMIR and the satellite conferences. View Original

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A Sense of an Ending: Poetry and Periods

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As part of my on-going fascination with punctuation, in Enumerations I look at the words that are most likely to be followed by a period in a collection of 75,000 View Original

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On Colons, or Standardization in Literary Studies

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Sometimes things don’t need to be complicated. Have you ever wondered about the convention of using colons in titles of academic articles? As in, “Here’s my big idea: now let View Original

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Novel Worlds: Theory + Computation

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I am very excited for our *fifth* (!) annual NovelTM conference coming up this week. The aim of this year’s conference is to begin the long overdue conversation between data-driven View Original

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Novel Worlds Conference 2018

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Thursday, October 18 – Saturday, October 20, 2018
Montreal, QC
The aim of the conference is to begin the long overdue conversation between data-driven research and literary scholarship more generally. The particular View Original

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