Duke Forest Conference 2016: Special Session on "Linguistics and Cultual Analytics"

Friday, November 11, 2016 (All day) to Sunday, November 13, 2016 (All day)


Special Session on "Linguistics and Cultual Analytics"
Call for Papers
Special Session Organizers:

Michael Gavin, University of South Carolina, USA

William Kretzschmar, Univ of Georgia, Athens, USA

As part of the Duke Forest Conference's call for interdisciplinary research into ``digital society," this Special Session invites papers in linguistics, cultural analytics, and digital humanities. We ask how the study of language, history, and culture can contribute to data-based research in the social sciences, including economics. Our aim is to discover new questions and research agendas in linguistics and the humanities, and to ask how humanities-based research into digital media and society can evolve with the social sciences in the age of ``big data."

Paper topics might include:

- Complex systems and culture

- Social network analysis and mining

- Semantic web and information retrieval

- Cultural analytics

- Text mining and topic modeling

- Digital media and mobile technologies

- Digital games and learning

- Digital arts and design

- Law, cybersecurity, and privacy

- Critical language and media theory


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