Associate Professor, NYU Abu Dhabi

NYU Abu Dhabi Digital Humanities Meetups 2016-17

What is the Digital Humanities Meet Up?   It is an informal get together for anyone interested in, or just curious about, the digital humanities.  It is co-sponsored by the NYU Abu Dhabi Center for Digital Scholarship and the Division of the Arts and Humanities.   When will it meet?   It will meet during the […]

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IAUPE 2016, Caxton and Computational Stylistics

“Caxton and Computational Stylistics: Exploring Modes of Authorship in Early English Printed Texts” IAUPE 2016, London David Joseph Wrisley  @DJWrisley American University of Beirut/New York University Abu Dhabi Figure: Rolling classify with 100 MFWs and Delta in Malory using the Chesse/Recuyell reference set (using the Stylo package for R)

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Digital Humanities in the Contact Zone: Developing Transcultural Models for Research in the Humanities

Digital Humanities in the Contact Zone: Developing Transcultural Models for Research in the Humanities David Joseph Wrisley American University of Beirut 8 February 2016 @DJWrisley djwrisley.com   OUTLINE: -Introduction -Have the Digital Humanities In Fact Always Been So Monolingual? -Not Just a Pretty Picture: Alignments, Networks, Maps Exploring Texts or Data Derived from Texts -Collective Multilingual […]

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Linguistic Landscapes at Scale

Linguistic Landscapes at Scale: Affordances and Limitations of a Mobile Data Collection Approach David Joseph Wrisley Abstract – 2016 LAUD Conference Institut für Fremdsprachliche Philologien, Fach Anglistik Universität Koblenz-Landau April 2016 A pilot study of the linguistic landscape of Beirut began in the Fall of 2015. The data has been collected by mobile crowdsourcing: a […]

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How did you make that (digital) literary geography?

How did you make that (digital) literary geography? @DJWrisley American University of Beirut 24 November 2015   At the invitation by IT academic services and the Center for Teaching and Learning at AUB, this short presentation will give an overview of some digital approaches to location-based literary phenomena (sociology of literature, modeling narrative, digital storytelling, map-text relationships, etc). […]

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