Associate Professor, American University of Beirut

Humanidades digitales hispánicas, Madrid 2015

Humanidades digitales hispánicas Madrid, 6 de octubre 2015 Titulo: Estilometría como modelización de la transmisión de textos árabes en la Europa medieval: el caso de los Bocados de Oro (Using Stylometry to Model Transmision of Arabic Wisdom Literature in Medieval Europe: the Case of the Bocados de oro) David Joseph Wrisley American University of Beirut […]

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Exploring the Digital Humanities, American University in Cairo

    “Exploring the Digital Humanities” event Exploring Space-Time Representation in the Digital Humanities Workshop David Joseph Wrisley (AUB) @DJWrisley American University in Cairo 30 September 2015 Download the event flyer here. The workshop/presentation focuses on varieties of locative research and pedagogy.  It will introduce participants to some aspects of a sub-field in the digital […]

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CFP Digital Humanities Institute – Beirut 2016

Call for Papers/Proposals for Mini-courses DHI-B 2016 Digital Humanities Institute – Beirut Beirut, Lebanon 18-22 January 2016 Proposals are now being accepted for presentations at a half-day colloquium and for 2-hour/4-hour mini-courses.  Both the half-day colloquium and the mini-courses will take place during the 2nd Digital Humanities Institute Beirut at the American University of Beirut […]

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MLA S649 The Visual Display of Literary Information

MLA16 special session –  Austin, TX Saturday, 9 January, 3:30–4:45 p.m. Organizer: David Joseph Wrisley, Amer U of Beirut Presiding: Roopika Risam, Salem State Univ. 1. “Visualizing Anti-Information: New Critical Diagrams of Attitude,” Andrew Hines, Vanderbilt Univ. 2. “What Did Jane Austen See at the Shakespeare Gallery in 1796?” Janine G. Barchas, Univ. of Texas, […]

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