Forthcoming Digital Humanities Seminars
RiCEP project, ‘Computational and Linguistic Approaches to Commercial Society and Eighteenth-Century Publishing’. Digital Humanities Research Seminar (Helsinki, 6 October 2022)
Iiro Tiihonen, ‘Discourses and Disposable Income: Data Driven Approaches to Eighteenth-Century Commercial Society’. Digital Humanities Research Seminar (Helsinki, 17 November 2022).
Seminar with collaborators
We have a monthly Zoom seminar with our collaborators. If you’d be interested in attending a session, please be in touch.
- 7 March: Fraser Dallachy (Glasgow), “Evolving the Historical Thesaurus of English: Preparing the Second Edition”
- 2 May: Iiro Tiihonen (Helsinki), “Data Analysis of Early Modern Book Prices With the ESTC and ECCO”
- 1 February: Project kickoff
- 1 March: Susan Fitzmaurice and Seth Mehl (Sheffield), “Linguistic DNA and the Concept Modelling Demonstrator”
- 6 April: Jonathan Culpeper (Lancaster), “The Encyclopedia of Shakespeare’s Language: Problems and Solutions”
- 18 June: Simon Burrows (Western Sydney) and Mark Towsey (Liverpool), “Eighteenth-Century Libraries Online: Introducing the Libraries, Reading Communities and Cultural Formation Project”
- 4 October: Tony McEnery (Lancaster), “Clustering keywords – registers, sub-registers, time and titles”
- 1 November: Richard B. Sher (NJIT / Rutgers), “The Sale Catalogues of Strahan and Cadell, 1772–1783”
- 7 December: Douglas Biber (Northern Arizona), “Extending text-linguistic studies of register variation to a continuous situational space: Case studies from the web and face-to-face conversation”