The Digital Humanities Brown Bag Series

Winter 2017

Contacts: Kyle Conway and Chris Tanasescu (MARGENTO)

 

  Date Presenter and affiliation Presentation title Field of research

1

Thursday, January 26

12 - 12:45 PM

Visual Arts LRR114

Yves Laberge

Faculté des Arts,

Institut d’études canadiennes et autochtones

Humanités numériques,  bibliothèques et sociétés

Sociologie de la connaissance; sciences de l’information; interdisciplinarité

2

Thursday,
February 09

12 - 12:45 PM

Visual Arts LRR114

Diana Inkpen

School of EECS,

Faculty of Engineering

Text Mining Applications

Natural Language Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science

3

Wednesday,
February 15,

3:30 PM-4:30 PM

SMD129

Stephanie Pettigrew

University of New Brunswick

The Modernization of History: Research-friendly & sustainable database creation

Digital methods in history research

4

Thursday,
March 09

12 - 12:45 PM

Visual Arts LRR114

Chris Tanasescu & the Graph Poem Project team

School of EECS / Faculty of Arts

Graph Theory Apps in Poetry Computational Analysis

Digital Humanities;

Digital Literary Studies; Natural Language Processing

5

Thursday,
March 23

12 - 12:45 PM

Visual Arts LRR114

Ann Hemingway
Subject Librarian for English Literature and Theatre,
Morisset Library

Shakespeare in Canada: A cultural map Faculty-Library collaboration to bring the Digital Humanities into the undergraduate classroom.

6

Thursday,
April 06

12 - 12:45 PM

Simard Building

SMD125

Elizabeth Dubois

Faculty of Arts,

Department of Communication

Automated politics: How bots and algorithms shape political opinion

Political communication

Political opinion

Social network analysis

Surveys

7

Thursday,
April 20

12 - 12:45 PM

Visual Arts LRR114

     
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