Schedule

Friday, May 22 2015

Neubauer Collegium, Room 103, 5701 S. Woodlawn Ave.

Moderator: Amy Hungerford

9-10: Viral Texts Team (Cordell, Dillon, Smith)

“Reconstructing Nineteenth-Century Virality from Unstructured Newspaper Archives”

10-11: Matthew Wilkens

“Literature and Economic Change in the Twentieth Century”

11-12: Global Literary Networks Team (Long, McEnaney, So)

“Patterns Taken for Wonder: Computational Approaches to Global Modernism”

12-1: Lunch Break

1-2: Natalie Houston

“Material Form: Towards a Sociological Poetics”

2-3: Meredith Martin, Meagan Wilson, Jean Bauer (Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton)

“Princeton Prosody Archive”

3-4: Ted Underwood

“The Unreasonable Influence of Poetry”

4-5: Marissa Gemma

“Narrative Talk: A Historical Study of Speech-Based Forms in Fictional Narration”

Saturday, May 23 2015

Neubauer Collegium, Room 103, 5701 S. Woodlawn Ave.

Moderator: Andrew Goldstone

9-10: Matthew Jockers

“A Computational Morphology of Plot”

10-11: Andrew Piper

“Fictionality”

11-12: Stanford Literary Lab (Algee-Hewitt, Heuser)

“Between Suspense and Fear: Two Digital Approaches to Recovering Traces of Textual Affect”

12-1: Tanya Clement

HiPSTAS: High Performance Sound Technologies for Access and Scholarship”

1-2: Lunch Break

2-3:30: Graduate Student Caucus Response and Discussion