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Recent and Upcoming Talks

October 2022

Stanford University, Humanities Center & CESTA, Keynote

July 2022

University of Central Florida, International Society for Empirical Study of Literature

"Race, Literature, Computational Method," Keynote

June 2022

Uppsala University, Sweden, English Department, Invited Lecture

May 2022

University of Virginia, New Literary History Forum on "Computation and Critical Theory"

"Twitter's Intimate Publics," Invited Lecture

April 2022

McGill University, "Cultural Analytics: Narrative and Social Change"

"How a Pandemic Becomes a Narrative," Invited Lecture

March 2022

University of Pennsylvania, Price Lab for Digital Humanities, Invited Lecture

March 2022

University of Virginia, English Department, Invited Lecture

February 2022

Birkbeck, University of London, UK, Workshop/Invited Lecture

"Digital Methods for the study of Race and Literature"

January 2022

Modern Language Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC

"Sociologies of the Global Anglophone," Invited Panel Speaker

December 2021

University of Korea, Seoul, ELLAK International Conference, Keynote

"How a Pandemic Becomes a Story, 2020"

November 2021

Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Foreign Languages Department

"Computational Approaches to World Literature"

October 2021

Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival and Symposium, New York City

"Beyond Inclusion: Challenging Entrenched Institutions," Invited Speaker (virtual)

October 2021

2001 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP)

Dominican Republic (virtual presentation)

"Narrative Theory for Computational Narrative Understanding"

July 2021

NEH Advanced Institute in Humanities Analytics, Santa Fe Institute, Invited Lecture

May 2021

Brown University, CSREA, Book Talk on Redlining Culture

March 2021

Bard College, Experimental Humanities, Book Talk on Redlining Culture

February 2021

Claremont Graduate University, English Department, Book Talk on Redlining Culture

January 2021

Emory University, English Department, Book Talk on Redlining Culture

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