Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Understanding Digital Culture: Humanist Lenses for Internet Research is an open-access workshop that provides humanities scholars with resources and training about working with computational…
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Dr. Jonathan Y. Cheng from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, analyzed 13,000 novels published from 1850-2000 and found that more and more descriptions of characters in novels focus on body parts. In 1850, male characters were described with…
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An analysis of 30 million Dutch newspapers found that advertisements do shape articles--but it also works the other way around.
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Students and professors at Wheaton college worked for over a decade to create Lexos, a free and web-based text analysis tool. Lexos was created so that users could upload text collections from the web and extract patterns from the text in order…
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Susana at Indigenous Engineering found that words like “tomahawk” and “Pocahottie” were far more common than mentions of tribal sovereignty and citizenship.
https://astatedh.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/unnamed.png255512Elizabeth Chamberlainhttp://astatedh.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Digital-Humanities-circle-293x300.pngElizabeth Chamberlain2020-03-10 23:44:422020-10-13 19:07:57Cherokee Stereotypes Outnumber Positive Mentions by Three Times on Twitter