On Monday, May 19th, 2014 at 10am, The Literary Lab will host Matt Wilkens, an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Notre Dame. His talk, entitled, “Computational Methods, Literary Attention, and the Geographic Imagination,” will focus on his recent work that combines Digital and Spatial Humanities research as he investigates the literary representation of place in American Literature.
For those interested in the role of Digital Humanities within humanities disciplines, Matt will also be leading a seminar/discussion on the institutional place of Digital Humanities, particularly focusing on its role in the classroom. This event, “Digital Humanities and New Institutional Structures” will take place on Tuesday, May 20th at 12pm in CESTA (the Fourth Floor of Wallenberg Hall, Building 160), Room 433A. Lunch will be provided.