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Dr. Nelson’s project will study the women's movement in the United States from 1848-1975 in two cities, New York City and Chicago, using new advances in network analysis and computational text analysis to identify structural and cultural diversity. This approach is three-pronged: building a workset of writing by individuals and organizations within the movements in New York and Chicago, using network analysis to measure the structure of this movement, and conducting computational text analysis to measure the underlying culture and ideas within the movement, including lexical analyses to identify distinctive words and topic modeling to identify dominant themes.

Project report: The Power of Place: Structure, Culture, and Continuity in U.S. Women's Movements

A Computational History of the U.S. Novel, 1950-2000

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Project report: The Trace of Theory project 


Detecting Literary Plagiarisms: The Case of Oliver Goldsmith

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Project report: Coming soon! 


Taxonomizing the Texts: Towards Cultural-Scale Models of Full Text

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Project report: Towards Cultural-Scale Models of Full-Text project

 

 

 

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