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"The Black Book: Creating an Interactive Research Environment”—A Recap of my 2014 Modern Language Association (MLA) Presentation

"The Black Book: Creating an Interactive Research Environment”—A Recap of my 2014 Modern Language Association (MLA) Presentation

 

On January 10, 2014, I had the opportunity to present at the Modern Language Association (MLA) Convention in Chicago. I have been interested in digital humanities (specifically text-mining software) for the last three years and how it compliments my on-going study of African American literature. Below, I have provided links to three of my studies which integrate DH and Black writing. 

Please click on each study to learn about more of the details! Let me know if you have any questions and I'm happy to answer them. Thanks for reading!

 

  1. African American Literature and Digital Humanities
  2. Edward P. Jones and Literary Geo-Tagging
  3. Text-Mining, Geography, and Canonical African American Short Stories
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