Associate Professor, American University of Beirut

MAA 2016 Toponymic Strata in a Large Corpus of Medieval French

David Joseph Wrisley @DJWrisley “Place in Corpora” panel Medieval Academy of America Boston, 26 February 2016 Computational models are “however finely perfected, they are temporary states in a process of coming to know, rather than fixed structures of knowledge.” (McCarty, 26)                   Visualization 1:  Peripleo.  A geographic […]

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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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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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