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HJ-50187-14
Global Currents: Cultures of Literary Networks, 1050-1900
Elaine Treharne, Stanford University

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International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds
Author: Elaine Treharne
Abstract: Session 1631 Title: Stanford's NEH-Funded Global Currents: Feature Modelling and the Medieval Manuscripts Abstract: The NEH-funded project, Stanford Global Currents, is part of an international team of scholars using visual language processing and feature modelling to determine the characteristics of information retrieval tools in a broad corpora of texts. At Stanford, we are focused on a large number of (long) 12th-century English manuscripts and the ways in which Latin, English, and French text is presented through a range of genres and qualities of production; that is, we focus on the characteristics of 100,000 examples of mise-en-page as displayed through network modelling. We hope to reveal exciting new results at Leeds, including the datability of _litterae notabiliores_; the consistency and localisation of the deployment of rubrics and intertextual space; the relative significance of types of enlarged capitals; and a typology of manuscript decoration from c. 1080 to 1220. Sponsor: Stanford Text Technologies Organiser Elaine Treharne, Department of English, Stanford University Moderator/Chair Mark Algee-Hewitt, Department of English, Stanford University Paper -a The Display of Manuscript Data (Language: English) Speaker: Ben Albritton, Center for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Stanford University Indexing Terms: Computing in Medieval Studies, Manuscripts and Palaeography Paper -b Managing Manuscripts (Language: English) Speaker: Celena Allen, Center for Spatial & Textual Analysis (CESTA), Stanford University Indexing Terms: Manuscripts and Palaeography, Technology Paper -c Deductive and Inductive Research in Big Data Manuscript Studies (Language: English) Speaker: Matt Aiello, Worcester College, University of Oxford Indexing Terms: Computing in Medieval Studies, Manuscripts and Palaeography
Date Range: July 2016
Location: University of Leeds
Primary URL: http://https://imc.leeds.ac.uk/dbsql02/AQueryServlet?*id=30&*formId=30&*context=IMC&chosenPaperId=NA&sessionId=6607&conference=2016&chosenPaperId=&*servletURI=https://imc.leeds.ac.uk/dbsql02/AQueryServlet
Primary URL Description: Leeds IMC Program

International Electrical and Electronic Engineering Conference 2015 (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: International Electrical and Electronic Engineering Conference 2015
Author: Elaine Treharne
Abstract: This session on 'Big Data' included two lengthy presentations from Stanford's Global Currents team on the project.
Date: 10/29/2015

Stanford Global Currents (Web Resources)
Title: Stanford Global Currents
Author: Elaine Treharne
Abstract: This is, effectively, our electronic book. We need to add the results of our research, but the basis of the e-volume is here, and we'll be seeking an ISBN for it.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://globalcurrents.stanford.edu/
Primary URL Description: The in-progress website for Stanford Global Currents.


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