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Open Letter In Support of the Digital Humanities Studio Space at Butler Library

Connelly, Matthew J.; Dames, Nicholas J.; Tenen, Dennis

The Studio at Butler Library, as we imagine it, will host mix of scheduled events loosely related to digital humanities, along with providing an unstructured, community-driven workspace for all those interested in the applied aspects of book culture, data curation, knowledge design, big history, complex social systems, experimental philosophy and criticism, cultural analytics, network analysis, computational modeling, text mining, data visualization, and critical making.

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English and Comparative Literature
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March 20, 2013
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