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On Google ngrams

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Summit on Digital Tools for the Humanities

I’m very excited to say I was just invited to attend the Summit on Digital Tools for the Humanities at the University of Virginia this fall. Please see my issue paper. I’d love some thoughts or comments!

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Imagism, Symbolism, and Information Visualization

I’ve been reading a lot of Gelpi lately, both The Tenth Muse and Coherent Splendour–all about American poetry. I’m struck in particular by a possible relationship between information visualization and the philosophy of Imagism (according to Gelpi): The Imagist does … Continue reading

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