McGill University is home to over 45 Digital Humanities projects. We have strengths in Cultural Analytics, Text & Language Interaction, Knowledge Environments, Spaces & Publics, Cultural Archives and Curation, Audio Visual, and Visualization.
I’m very proud to be part of the collaborative project that produced this new article in the Journal of Cultural Analytics where we outline the process we used to visually View Original
In a previous post, we explored how using language models and the idea of “perplexity” can allow us to study stereotypes in movie character roles using their dialogue as a View Original
A little while back I posted on the unmoving ratio between male/female pronouns in a data set of ~60,000 articles in literary studies. The ratio has been stable at about View Original