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Director's Corner (NEMLA Blog Post #5)

I hope that you all had a Happy Thanksgiving and are on track for a successful end to your fall semester.  After getting back from a visit with my in-laws in Springfield, Illinois, I find myself swimming furiously in a sea of student papers, articles and manuscripts in need of peer review, and revision of my own writing.   1,174 more words


Defining Digital Dickens: Mutual Friends/Virtual Friends

On Saturday 21st November, Birkbeck’s Centre for Nineteenth Century Studies hosted the third and final workshop of the Defining Digital Dickens series, in which several of our tweeters discussed their experiences of tweeting in character over the course of the project. 11 more words

Charles Dickens

Library Carpentry in words and numbers: all code, no woodwork

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— Ernesto Priego (@ernestopriego) November 9, 2015

In November I ran a thing called ‘Library Carpentry’. It had nothing to do with woodwork.

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November in Maynooth

Dr Áine Mangaoang was invited to discuss the #MPMiD project with final year undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty at Maynooth University Music Department’s Research Seminar series, Friday November 20, 2015. 217 more words

Irish Music

Trends in Classics: What the Critics are Saying (and How the Machines are Changing It)

We’re back again with the fifth installment of our series exploring trends in classical scholarship. Last week I sent a computer to do an undergrad’s job, and had it tell me which sentences in each of the ~8000 (English) Bryn Mawr Reviews were complimentary and which ones were critical.  1,501 more words

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