Research

Grants:

The VMP project received a small grant from the European Association of the Digital Humanities (formerly Association of Literary and Linguistic Computing) in 2013: “Visualizing large data-sets of overlapping geospatial and temporal uncertainty: a case study of the changing geographies of medieval French literature”

Published Abstracts:

“Visualizing Uncertainty: How to Use the Fuzzy Data of 550 Medieval Texts?” with Stefan Jänicke, Association of Digital Humanities Organizations DH2013 Conference Book of Abstracts, summer 2013.

Presentations:

“Toponymic Strata in a Large Corpus of Medieval French” to be presented at the Digital Humanities Panel “Place in Corpora” at the Medieval Academy of America 2016 conference, Boston, Massachusetts, February 2016.

“Visualizing Romance Epic Space-Time,” to be presented at Société Rencesvals American-Canadian Branch Division panel “Digital Humanities and Romance Epic: A New Approach,” Modern Language Association meeting, Austin, Texas, January 2016.

“Exploring Medieval and Modern Spatial Practices in Digital Environments,” to be presented at Comparative Medieval Studies Division panel “The Spatial Turn,” Modern Language Association meeting, Austin, Texas, January 2016.

“Visualizing Medieval French Places: Spatial Information, Scale and Literary History,” given at the Harvard Cartography/Medieval Studies Seminars, Mahindra Humanities Center, 20 November 2014 [poster].

“Visualizing Medieval French Places: Spatial Information, Scale and Literary History,” given at the Harvard Cartography/Medieval Studies Seminars, Mahindra Humanities Center, 20 November 2014 [poster].

“Spatiality and Digital Mapping,” with David Levine, a workshop given at the Fordham University Digital Humanities Working Group, 29 October 2014 [poster] [review].

“Lieu, Temps, Réseau : la modélisation des géographies littéraires du moyen âge français” presented at “Les « interfaces numériques » dans la recherche aujourd’hui,” Journées francoromanistes allemandes, “Schnittstellen / Interfaces,” Münster, Germany, 24-27 September 2014 [slides].

“Doing Things with a Spatial Dataset of Medieval Literature” presented at “Applying New Digital Methods to the Humanities,” The British Library, London, 27 June 2014.

“Modeling Literary Geographies: A Medium‐Data Approach to Medieval French Literary History” presented at the Medieval Francophone Literary Culture Outside of France conference, King’s College, Cambridge, 10-12 April 2014.

“A Spatial and Network Analysis of Outremer in Medieval French Texts” presented at The French of Outremer: Communities and Communications in the Crusading Mediterranean Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University, New York, NY 29-30 March 2014 [abstract].

“Visualizing Medieval Places in Overlapping Uncertainties of Time” with Christian Heine and Stefan Jänicke presented at the European Summer University of Digital Humanities ‘Culture and Technology,’ Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany, July 2013.

“Visualizing Uncertainty: How to Use the Fuzzy Data of 550 Medieval Texts?” presented at Digital Humanities 2013, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, 16-19 July 2013 [abstract].

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