Carolina Seminar: Digital Text Analysis

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Carolina Seminar: Transforming Inquiry Through Digital Text Analysis

This Carolina Seminar is a working group of faculty, librarians, and graduate students interested in text analysis and its humanistic applications and complexities.

Fall 2019 Schedule (All meetings at 3:30 in the DIL).
Nov 11 at 3:30 Silent Sam Tweet Analysis
Join us for the latest updates on our analysis of tweets using the hashtag, #silentsam.
Dec 5 Pedagogy and text analysis
Do you use data-oriented text analysis in the classroom? Join us to learn more about how to successfully bring text analysis into teaching.
January Roundtable
Invite members to give short presentations/updates on projects
February Pinterest/Visuals
Focus on what is happening with machine reading and images
March Guest Speaker
Invite an outside speaker for a campus-wide focused lecture/workshop. Or invite an on-campus speaker to share their research
April On the Books and/or Silent Sam
Updates on these projects

Spring 2019 Schedule: (All meetings will be at 4:00 in the DIL). 

January 24 – Planning Meeting

February 7 – Revisiting Machine Learning and Historical Perspectives

February 21 – Webinar on Gale Text Analysis Tools

March 7 – Silent Sam (Twitter Analysis)

March 21 – Alex Galloway (Public Lecture)

April 4 – Introduction to Topic Modeling + Gathering

April 11 – Marie Hicks (Public Lecture)

April 18 – On the Books (Segregation Laws)

Interested in Digital Text Analysis? Join our listserv to receive updates on our meetings, projects, and presentations as they become available!


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