How do we model stereotypes without stereotyping?

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We recently put out a paper on how racial bias functions in Hollywood films. This work was based on a few studies that came before it, namely this one, from View Original

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The Coding Turn in the Humanities

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As part of my new book, I have made the code and all derived text data freely available online. The underlying text data has been shared as far as copyright View Original

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Enumerations is out!

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My new book, Enumerations: Data and Literary Study, is now out with the University of Chicago Press. It’s a long-form exploration of the meaning of quantity in literature, from a View Original

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The great ________ novel: How scholars classify the novel

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Ever since Fotis Jannidis posted a graph on novel classification a few years ago I have been inspired to do something similar in English. What are the ways in which View Original

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A Trip to Leipzig: SIMSSA XV and IAML

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Our fifteenth SIMSSA Workshop took place in Leipzig on 28 July 2018 immediately following the annual congress of the International Association of Music Librarians! Many of our partners and collaborators View Original

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