Associate Professor, NYU Abu Dhabi

#myDHis messy, or an Ode to Untidy Bricolage

#myDHis messy, or an Ode to Untidy Bricolage DHSI 2017 Institute Panel, Perspectives on DH David Joseph Wrisley  New York University Abu Dhabi  @DJWrisley   messy < mess (n):  Old French mes “portion of food, course at dinner” early 15c “company of persons eating together” 1530s  “communal eating place” (military) 1738 sense of “mixed food,” especially for animals […]

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Abstracts, American University of Paris, March 2017

Abstracts   David Joseph Wrisley djwrisley.com @DJWrisley American University of Paris 16-17 March 2017   Lecture: “Digital Project-Based Scholarship and Pedagogy in the Liberal Arts Institution” Thursday, March 16, 2017, 1530-1700, Combes 102    Watch the lecture here. My talk focuses on the genre of the digital project and its potential for scholarly and pedagogical reflection […]

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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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