Data Mining and Visualization for the Humanities symposium, NYU, March 19, 2012
Data Mining and Visualization for the Humanities
Monday, March 19, 2012 1:00 PM - 6:30 PM
NYU Open House, 528 La Guardia Place, NYC
1:00-1:15 Opening Remarks
Mara Mills, Assistant Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication (NYU)
"Visualizing Social and Semantic Space in Brazilian Literature, 1840s-1890s"
Zephyr Frank, Associate Professor of Latin American History and
Director of the Spatial History Project, Stanford University
"Text as Data"
Mark H. Hansen, Professor of Statistics, University of California-Los Angeles
"Why and How Study Big Cultural Data?"
Lev Manovich, Professor of Visual Arts and Director of the Software Studies Initiative, University of California - San Diego
5:30-6:00 Open Discussion
Moderated by Lisa Gitelman, Associate Professor of English and of Media, Culture, and Communication (NYU)