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Thu, February 12, 2015 - 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
D-lab Convening Room, 356 Barrows Hall

How do we actually go about fitting new digital methods into a literary article? Can we take our existing questions about literary history and just "add some digital tools to them"? Or do we really have to back up and change the way we're framing our questions -- in order to consider, for instance, a larger archive? If so, how realistic is that -- especially for, say, grad students who can't spend a decade preparing to write their first article?

In preparation for the discussion, please read the following short articles on digital methods using the case study of literary studies.

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