Graphs and Networks in the Humanities 2022

21. January 2022

 

 

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Graphs and Network in the Humanities is an international conference, taking place from Thursday 3rd February to Friday 4th February 2022 and meant to provide a platform to exchange methodological and technical knowledge about graphs and their application in the humanities.

 

The team of "Mining and Modeling Text" is involved with a presentation : Maria Hinzmann, Julia Röttgermann, Anne Klee, Moritz Steffes and Christof Schöch: The French Enlightenment Novel as a Graph? Potentials and Challenges in the Construction of a Knowledge Network.

 

Session 5: NLP & Literary Graphs (3.2.2022, 15.30–17.00h)

5.1
Brokerage and Betweenness: The Case of Nella Larsen (abstract)
Scott Selisker
 
5.2
Swirling and Shackling Literary Graphs (abstract)
Susan Brown, Deborah Stacey, Alliyya Mo
 
5.3
The French Enlightenment Novel as a Graph? Potentials and Challenges in the Construction of a Knowledge Network (abstract)
Maria Hinzmann, Julia Röttgermann, Anne Klee, Moritz Steffes, Christof Schöch