Michael L. Black studies the cultural history of computing and writes software for digital humanities research projects. His dissertation focuses on the emergence of personal computing and uses text mining tools to study the conceptual structure and evolution of large software repositories. Recently, he has contributed software in Python and Java to "Understanding Genre in a Million Volumes," a project led by Prof. Ted Underwood. He is currently a research assistant for the Institute for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social Science at the University of Illinois where he helps to develop HPC and big data projects in the humanities.
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