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LLCU 255: Intro to Literary Text Mining — New Syllabus 2017

LLCU 255: Intro to Literary Text Mining — New Syllabus 2017

Less but better. That’s the essentialist’s motto and that’s the one I use every year when I revise my syllabus. I keep removing things and students keep learning more every year. While there is clearly a ceiling for this approach, it works remarkably well as […]

Congratulations to this year’s students!

Congratulations to this year’s students!

We have had an excellent year at .txtLAB. I want to send out a special thanks to all of the students who have been contributing to the lab. You’ve made it a great place to work. Here is a list of projects that we’ve been […]

Culture + Computation: New Syllabus in Cultural Analytics LLCU 614

Culture + Computation: New Syllabus in Cultural Analytics LLCU 614

  I am pleased to add this year’s syllabus for my graduate course, “LLCU 614, Cultural Analytics: The Computational Study of Culture.” The aim of the course is twofold: 1) to introduce students in the humanities to the computational and quantitative methods for studying culture […]

Literary Text Mining Syllabus

Literary Text Mining Syllabus

It’s that time of year and so I’m posting my latest syllabus of my data and literature class. I have found over the years that every time I create a new class I always start with too much and gradually winnow as the years go […]

txtLAB450. A Multilingual Data Set of Novels for Teaching and Research

txtLAB450. A Multilingual Data Set of Novels for Teaching and Research

I am very pleased to be able to share a collection of 450 novels that we have assembled that were published in English, French, and German during the long nineteenth century (1770-1930). The novels are labeled according to language, year of publication, author, title, author gender, point of […]


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