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“New Media in American Literary History” will bring together “digital” and “analog” scholars interested in the history of American print media to discuss common questions, challenges, and identify potential collaborations. Our goal is to bridge the gap between digital and more “traditional” disciplinary work. The conference will bring together scholars employing methodologies such as text mining, topic modeling, digital curation, and network analysis—in other words, “big humanities data”—into direct and productive dialogue with Americanist scholars, graduate students, and archivists employing well-established practices in book history, textual analysis, media studies, and critical bibliography in their work.


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