College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Department of English

BBIP’s innovativeness lies in the creation of a metadata schema and/or modification of current schema and taxonomy that takes race into account as a critical factor. It opens up new possibilities for exploring meaning through a systematic evaluation of literature that exists in archives of recovered work. We will be able to engage in quantifiable analysis from a qualitative interdisciplinary perspective, identifying the specific properties of fictional data, authorship and epitextual elements that make the AA novel a distinctive cultural, linguistic and aesthetic practice.

Diversifying the Digital Humanities

Call for Applications

Black Book Interactive Project Scholars Program III: 

Introduction to Digital Humanities, 2022

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