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"Mining for Meaning: The Novel as Data Set" -- A Talk with Professor Matthew Wilkens,

Wednesday, April 20, 2022 at 5:00pm to 6:15pm

Abby and Howard Milstein Auditorium

Prof. Matthew Wilkens will talk about his work with literary text mining, geolocation extraction, genre detection, and the cross-pollination of critical and social-scientific methods.  He is the director of the Textual Geographies project, a co-investigator of the Text Mining the Novel project, a founding editorial board member of the Journal of Cultural Analytics, and the author of Revolution: The Event in Postwar Fiction.  Prof. Wilkens will be joined by members of the Digital Humanities Club.

This public talk is part of the Milstein Program "MStudio" course.\

Reception to follow talk.  

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