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National Genre and Gender
Title:
National Genre and Gender
Year:
2017
Country:
IE🇮🇪
VCC(s):
Type:
activity - resource creation
Description:

Combining literary and data science expertise, this project maps and analyses social networks in Irish and English fiction, 1800-1922. It explores how writers and readers have imagined the connections between people in their society and turned those connections into plots. The project, funded by the Irish Research Council, has completed work on 46 novels to date. The three initial case studies here are showcased to demonstrate the new perspectives which social network analysis can open up on well known novels.

Contact person:
Gerardine Meaney
Academic url:
Object(s):
CodeComputersDigital HumanitiesResearchProjectsResearch ProcessResearch ResultsLiterature
Activity(ies):
AnalysisCaptureCreationDisseminationEnrichmentInterpretation
Technique(s):
Machine Learning > Analysis-Structural Analysis; Analysis-Stylistic Analysis; Analysis-Content Analysis
Disciplines:
LiteratureHumanitiesdigital humanities
Keywords:
Digital HumanitiesDigital Text AnalysisDigitisationEncodingNetwork analysis
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Creator:
Orla Murphy (University College Cork Ireland) from IE🇮🇪
Created on:
2019-04-04 21:57:02
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