Digital Humanities Lab

Modeling Racial Discourse with Richard Jean So

Richard Jean So, Yale Digital Humanities Lab
March 28, 2016

The English Department's Theory and Media Studies Colloquium and the Digital Humanities Lab are excited to announce Richard Jean So's upcoming talk, "Dark Data: Modeling Racial Discourse and Inequality in the US Novel." The talk will take place in LC 319 at 5:30pm on March 28th. All are welcome to attend!

Richard Jean So is an assistant professor of English at the University of Chicago. He works on critical and computational approaches to modern American culture. His most recent essay, "Literary Pattern Recognition" (co-authored with Hoyt Long), appears in Critical Inquiry, and his book, Transpacific Community, is forthcoming at Columbia University Press.

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