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Wattpad as a resource for literary studies. Quantitative and qualitative examples of the importance of digital social reading and readers’ comments in the margins
The end of deep reading is a commonplace in public debates, whenever societies talk about youth, books, and the digital age. In contrast to this, we show for the first time and in detail, how intensively young readers write and comment literary texts at an unprecedented scale. via Pocket
analysis  annotation  books  children  community  literature  reading  social 
9 days ago by kintopp
A Dutch coreference resolution system with an evaluation on literary fiction| Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands Journal
Coreference resolution is the task of identifying descriptions that refer to the same entity. In this paper we consider the task of entity coreference resolution for Dutch with a particular focus on literary texts. We make three main contributions. via Pocket
analysis  annotation  language  literature  netherlands  nlp 
4 weeks ago by kintopp
If on a winter's night a traveler: text&data
This project is an interpretation of Italo Calvino’s novel "If on a winter’s night a traveler". It is composed of two books. The first book contains the text of the novel, the second – diverse visualizations of data, derived from the text. The covers are designed in a way that each book constitutes a negative of the other – the front cover of the „text” book is the same as the back cover of the „data” book, and vice versa. This way, regardless the order in which we put them in the box, both sides will be identical.
books  italy  literature  text  visualization 
4 weeks ago by kintopp
Niklas Luhmann-Archiv
Niklas Luhmann (1927-1998), der von 1968 bis 1993 an der Universität Bielefeld forschte und lehrte, ist neben Max Weber der berühmteste und wirkmächtigste deutsche Soziologe des 20. Jahrhunderts.
archives  editions  germany  literature  philosophy  sociology  text  theory 
4 weeks ago by kintopp
A Survey on Sentiment and Emotion Analysis for Computational Literary Studies | ZfdG - Zeitschrift für digitale Geisteswissenschaften
Muhammad Abdul-Mageed / Lyle Ungar: EmoNet: Fine-grained emotion detection with gated recurrent neural networks. In: Proceedings of the 55th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics. (ACL: 55, Vancouver, 30.07.-04.08.2017) New York, NY 2017, i 1, pp. 718–728. DOI: 10. via Pocket
analysis  emotion  literature  paper  sentiment  survey  text 
5 weeks ago by kintopp
Aristotle, On the Soul
Provided by The Internet Classics Archive. See bottom for copyright. Available online at https://ift.tt/2xvk9XX On the Soul By Aristotle Translated by J. A. via Pocket
classics  greek  literature  smell  text 
7 weeks ago by kintopp
Smell (Chapter 79) - Keywords for Travel Writing Studies
Despite the importance – and complex significations – of smell across most world cultures, the term does not feature in Williams's original volume or in New Keywords. via Pocket
history  literature  smell  travel  taxonomy 
7 weeks ago by kintopp
Linked Texts WG: More Questions than Answers | Pelagios Commons
At the conclusion of our work on Linked Texts under the auspices of Pelagios’s mini-grants program, we have achieved a lot. via Pocket
api  community  dariah  discussion  linkeddata  literature  metadata  ontology  standards  text 
8 weeks ago by kintopp
ISEBEL | Intelligent Search Engine for Belief Legends
ISEBEL stands for Intelligent Search Engine for Belief Legends. We aim to build an international search engine that is able to harvest data from several folktale databases. Beta version: https://ift.tt/2KdDXUs via Pocket
analysis  knaw  literature  narrative  storytelling 
10 weeks ago by kintopp
Chronotopic Cartographies
Chronotopic Cartographies is an AHRC-funded research project investigating how we might use digital tools to analyse, map, and visualise the spaces of literary texts. via Pocket
analysis  literature  places  text  time 
11 weeks ago by kintopp
Creating Geo-located Digital Sound Walks - Digital scholarship blog
A few months ago, here at the British Library we held an interesting Exploring with Sound Walks event, that discussed digital projects that connect literature, sound recordings, place, technology and walking. via Pocket
maps  sound  public  literature  geo 
11 weeks ago by kintopp
Unser Symposium: "Plotting Poetry II: Bringing Deep Learning to Computational Poetry Analysis" • Rhythmicalizer • Fachbereich Philosophie und Geisteswissenschaften
Dr. Clara Martinez & Dr. Pablo Ruiz: Computational Stylistics: The Case of Enjambments Prof. Dr. David Birnbaum: The automatic detection of Russian rhyme via Pocket
conference  literature  poetry 
july 2019 by kintopp
Systematic Analysis of Narrative Texts through Annotation
This page is the central hub for the initiative for shared tasks in the Digital Humanities. You'll find most recent news below, older posts and more information can be reached via the sidebar. via Pocket
annotation  crowdsourcing  literature  narrative  text  workshop 
may 2019 by kintopp
Archaeological Atlas of Coptic Literature by PAThs
PAThs is an ERC granted project (Advanced Grant 2015), hosted at Sapienza University of Rome, aimed to provide an in-depth diachronic understanding and effective representation of the geography of Coptic literary production and in particular of the corpus of literary writings, almost exclusively of religious contents, produced in Egypt between the 3rd and the 11th centuries in the Coptic language. via Pocket
archaeology  codicology  geo  linkeddata  literature  maps  paleography 
may 2019 by kintopp
Evaluating named entity recognition tools for extracting social networks from novels
The analysis of literary works has experienced a surge in computer-assisted processing. To obtain insights into the community structures and social interactions portrayed in novels, the creation of social networks from novels has gained popularity. via Pocket
graphs  literature  nlp  review  social  socialgraph  tools 
may 2019 by kintopp
Stereoscope – Hermeneutic Visualization in Literary Studies
Stereoscope is a web-based prototype for visualizing two core processes of literary studies - hermeneutic exploration of textual meaning and construction of arguments about texts. via Pocket
analysis  interactive  literature  text  visualization 
march 2019 by kintopp
cec.letras.ulisboa.pt
Writing spaces, mapping words: crossings between geography, cartography and literary studies
cfp  geo  literature  maps  portugal  space  text  conferences 
march 2019 by kintopp
Reading Machines — Technology and the Book
An experiential graduate seminar in the English Department at Northeastern University, Spring 2019. “Reading Machines” will pivot around the double valence of its title, outlining a literary history of new media from the hand-press period to the present. Our approach will draw on scholarship in book history, bibliography, media studies, and digital humanities.
analysis  books  dh  literature  syllabus  text  bibliography 
november 2018 by kintopp
Authorial London
The Authorial London project is compiling and mapping references to London places found in the works and biographies of writers who have lived there. You can explore and analyze these curated passages from literary, geographical, and biographical perspectives, on dimensions of genre, form, period, social standing, and neighborhood.
geo  interactive  literature  maps  uk 
november 2018 by kintopp
GitHub - jorisvanzundert/reynaert-as-graph: Reynaert-as-graph is an attempt at OO modeling text.
This is the code base that was used in an experiment in slow coding and computer literacy. The docs contain technical documentation primarily. A more scholarly oriented introduction and discussion on this project you will find in the accompanying Jupyter Notebook "Slow Programming & Close Reading". via Pocket
dev  graphs  literature  text 
november 2018 by kintopp
Home - Norse World - Norse world
Norse World is an interdisciplinary resource for research on worldviews and spatiality in medieval literature from Sweden and Denmark. via Pocket
api  denmark  gazetteer  geo  literature  medieval  open  data  sweden 
november 2018 by kintopp
Calenda - The epoch of space. State and new perspectives
For centuries, the study of time was one of the main academic interests in the field of Humanities. However, in the second half of the 20thcentury, most scholars and philosophers shifted their focus to the question of space. via Pocket
cfp  literature  space  theory  time 
november 2018 by kintopp
Frontiers | On Poetic Topic Modeling: Extracting Themes and Motifs From a Corpus of Spanish Poetry | Digital Humanities
This paper analyzes the application of LDA topic modeling to a corpus of poetry. First, it explains how the most coherent LDA-topics have been established by running several tests and automatically evaluating the coherence of the resulting LDA-topics. via Pocket
literature  paper  poetry  spain  topics 
june 2018 by kintopp
philosophi.ca : CSDH-SCHN 2018 And CGSA 2018
These are my notes to CSDH-SCHN 2018 and then CGSA 2018. They are strictly my interpretation of the talks I went to. I also don't take notes all the time. via Pocket
analysis  conference  literature  report  text 
may 2018 by kintopp
Distant Reading for European Literary History – COST Action CA16204
This Action’s challenge is to create a vibrant and diverse network of researchers jointly developing the resources and methods necessary to change the way European literary history is written. Grounded in the Distant Reading paradigm (i.e. via Pocket
analysis  datasets  europe  infrastructure  language  literature  methodology  text 
may 2018 by kintopp
A Frankenstein Atlas — Jason M. Kelly
A Frankenstein Atlas explores Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein from a spatial perspective. Inspired by research and theoretical approaches in literary mapping and historical geography, A Frankenstein Atlas provides scholars and students with a platform to study and experiment with Shelley's text. via Pocket
datasets  gazetteer  literature  maps  text 
april 2018 by kintopp
COST | Distant Reading for European Literary History
This Action’s challenge is to create a vibrant and diverse network of researchers jointly developing the resources and methods necessary to change the way European literary history is written. Grounded in the Distant Reading paradigm (i.e. via Pocket
analysis  datasets  europe  literature  text  ml 
april 2018 by kintopp
ToposText
ToposText is honored to be a recipient of a 2016 Digital Humanities Award for Best Public Engagement in promoting appreciation of the humanities using digital tools. Many thanks to the ToposText user community for showing your support by voting for us. via Pocket
classics  gazetteer  geo  ios  literature  maps  people  places  text 
january 2018 by kintopp
Scotland’s Poetics of Space: An Experiment in Geospatial Semantics « CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics
This paper reports on a collaborative project that develops new applications of spatial text analysis. We offer a methodology to identify and evaluate correlations between semantic and geographic distance in a printed corpus. via Pocket
analysis  geo  literature  text  uk 
december 2017 by kintopp
Distant Reading – A one-term introduction to Digital Humanities at Deerfield Academy
Distant Reading is a one-term course in the Digital Humanities at Deerfield Academy.  The courses uses Wolfram Language to introduce students to new ways of engaging literature–all with the purpose of deepening skills in question formulation, problem decomposition, and argumentation. via Pocket
analysis  distant  literature  syllabus  wolfram  text 
september 2017 by kintopp
Getting more specific: Refinement of our narratological use case(s) – 3DH
We are halfway through our lecture period by now and since our first co-creation workshop in Potsdam at the end of April a lot has happened. via Pocket
analysis  literature  narrative  visualization  text 
september 2017 by kintopp
Mapping the Lakes: Home Page
'Mapping the Lakes' is a collaborative and explorative research project. Funded by the British Academy, the pilot project tests whether Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology can be used to further the understanding of the literature of place and space. via Pocket
geo  gis  literature  maps  uk 
july 2017 by kintopp
DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly: Topic Modeling Genre: An Exploration of French Classical and Enlightenment Drama
Abstract The concept of literary genre is a highly complex one: not only are different genres frequently defined on several, but not necessarily the same levels of description, but via Pocket
drama  france  literature  topics 
june 2017 by kintopp
Frontiers | A Simple Set of Rules for Characters and Place Recognition in French Novels | Digital Literary Studies
This article describes a simple unsupervised system for automatic extraction and classification of named entities in French novels. The solution presented combines a set of different standalone classifiers within a meta-recognition system. via Pocket
france  literature  mining  people  places  text  nlp  ml 
april 2017 by kintopp
Mapping the French Novel | Mapping Print, Charting Enlightenment
This strand of the project (overseen by Angus Martin) explores the nature of leisure reading, charting the diffusion of novels and entering into the world of imaginative reading. via Pocket
enlightenment  history  literature  maps 
march 2017 by kintopp
Department of Language and Literature – Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Ästhetik
The Department of Language and Literature investigates the aesthetic perception and evaluation of linguistic utterances. via Pocket
cognition  dh  germany  language  literature  music 
february 2017 by kintopp
Word Vectors in the Eighteenth Century, Episode 1: Concepts – Adventures of the Virtual
This is the first in a series of posts about word vectors and eighteenth-century literature. I just started playing with word vectors recently, but I’m already deeply fascinated by them—as a method, as a concept, even as a style of conceptualization. via Pocket
analysis  literature  vectors  text 
december 2016 by kintopp
Visualizing English Print – Textual Analysis of the Printed Record
Welcome to the the Visualizing English Print (VEP) project. Our mission is to scale humanist scholarship: we design visualization tools, in addition to curating and analyzing corpora of increasing size for digital early modern texts. via Pocket
analysis  literature  metadata  tools  visualization  text 
december 2016 by kintopp
Adventures in Narrated Reality — Artists and Machine Intelligence — Medium
In May 2015, Stanford PhD student Andrej Karpathy wrote a blog post entitled The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Recurrent Neural Networks and released a code repository called Char-RNN. via Pocket
creative  literature  poetry  ml  dl 
august 2016 by kintopp
AnnoLex -- Lexical Annotation and Correction
Shakespeare His Contemporaries: Collaborative Curation of EEBO-TCP Texts with AnnoLex 1. What is AnnoLex? AnnoLex is a collaborative data curation tool for use with EEBO-TCP texts. It is useful for the identification and correction of incompletely or incorrectly transcribed words. via Pocket
crowdsourcing  language  literature  text 
august 2016 by kintopp
Historical Texts
JISC online archive of literary and historical texts
literature  uk  text 
june 2016 by kintopp
Teaching with Literature in the Digital Age | Adam Hammond
I wrote Literature in the Digital Age with several audiences in mind. I wanted it to be a starting point for faculty in literature departments interested in learning more about Digital Humanities (especially those skeptical about whether it really added anything to literary studies). via Pocket
literature  syllabus  teach  text  analysis 
june 2016 by kintopp
The Impacts of Digital Collections: Early English Books Online & House of Commons Parliamentary Papers | TIDSR: Toolkit for the Impact of Digitised Scholarly Resources
In 2015, in cooperation with ProQuest, Jisc commissioned this study of the Impacts of Digital Collections focused on two particular collections: Early English Books Online (EEBO) and House of Commons Parliamentary Papers (HCPP). via Pocket
history  impact  literature  uk 
april 2016 by kintopp
INTRODUCING GIT-LIT | JONATHAN REEVE
A vibrant discussion followed . Carrie Schroeder, Allen Riddel and others on Twitter pointed out that, especially in non-English DH fields, many corpora are already on GitHub. via Pocket
crowdsourcing  editions  infrastructure  literature  tools  text 
october 2015 by kintopp
DRAMAVIS: A TOOL FOR VISUALISING AND CALCULATING LITERARY NETWORK DATA
These are the character networks of 465 German-language dramas from 1731 (left upper corner) to 1929 (bottom right) at one glance. via Pocket
germany  graphs  literature  networks  tools  visualization 
october 2015 by kintopp
Intro to Literary Text Mining | .txtLAB @ mcgill
It’s that time of year, so I’ve gone ahead and posted my new syllabus for Introduction to Literary Text Mining. It’s still a work in progress and probably always will be. via Pocket
literature  syllabus  text  mining 
september 2015 by kintopp
Exploring Historical Sources with Language Technology: Results and Perspectives | CLARIN ERIC
An interdisciplinary workshop jointly supported by CLARIN, NeDIMAH and Huygens ING. Please note that registration for this event is now closed. The programme is now available in PDF here. via Pocket
conference  history  infrastructure  language  literature  text 
july 2015 by kintopp
The Problems with Genius, Part Two: Annotating Literature in the Classroom | Manuscripts and Machines
Is it possible to annotate literature in a digital environment? Certainly, the answer is "yes. via Pocket
annotation  literature 
june 2015 by kintopp
New Jorge Luis Borges-Inspired Project Will Test Whether Robots Can Appreciate Poetry | Open Culture
Jorge Luis Borges, as any reader of his stories knows, had a lot of ideas. Some of his ideas must have seemed pretty fantastical when he wrote stories around them from the 1920s to the 1950s. via Pocket
literature  poetry  recognition  search  text  images 
june 2015 by kintopp
ViTA - Visualization for Text Alignment
ViTA (Visualization for Text Alignment) is an experimental service offered by the Oxford e-Research Centre at the University of Oxford for the exploration and identification of similar passages between two pieces of texts. via Pocket
chicago  literature  oxford  tools  visualization  text 
may 2015 by kintopp
From Shakespeare His Contemporaries to the Book of English | Scalable Reading
This is a report about “Shakespeare His Contemporaries”  of SHC, my project for creating an interoperable digital corpus of plays that in addition to Shakespeare’s include most of the plays written within a generation before and after his active career as a playwright. via Pocket
literature  shakespeare  tei  tools 
march 2015 by kintopp
Digital Humanities Literary Cognition Lab :: Home
The Digital Humanities & Literary Cognition Lab is a space for research and teaching involving a wide range of digital and cognitive projects. via Pocket
cognition  literature 
march 2015 by kintopp
The Novel and Moral Philosophy 1: What Does Charlotte Lennox Have to Do with Adam Smith?
The Visualizing English Print group is using new visualization tools to study genre dynamics in our corpus of texts spanning the years 1530-1799. While far from comprehensive, the corpus spans an interesting period in the history of English print. via Pocket
literature  topic  modeling  visualization 
january 2015 by kintopp
[Preprint] Angriff von unten: Tiefgreifende Veränderungen durch elektronische Literatur | LIBREAS.Library Ideas
Abstract: Der Artikel »Angriff von unten« von Johanna Mauermann und Oliver Bendel befasst sich mit den tiefgreifenden Veränderungen auf dem Literaturmarkt durch die voranschreitende Verbreitung von elektronischer Literatur. via Pocket
japanese  literature  mobile  publishing 
august 2014 by kintopp
Charles Cooney, Glenn Roe, and Mark Olsen, “The Notion of the Textbase: Design and Use of Textbases in the Humanities” | Literary Studies in the Digital Age | MLA Commons
¶ 1 0 Our goal in this essay is twofold. First, we define and describe a selection of humanities textbases, paying particular attention to the design principles that underlie their structure and inform their use. via Pocket
artfl  chicago  data  literature 
july 2014 by kintopp

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