The 2017 Cultural Analytics Symposium took place at Notre Dame on May 26 and 27. A thousand thanks to everyone involved, from speakers and respondents to audience members, organizers, and funders. I had a great time, met new people, and learned a bunch.
There are now videos of the talks available from the symposium site, as well as a YouTube playlist of the full event. Quality is a little scratchy, but generally serviceable.
Finally, a few follow-ups from participants. Howard and Kenton Rambsy wrote a series of great blog posts about several of the talks (including a condensed version of their own), emphasizing the ways that computational methods might extend work in African American literary studies. And Ted Underwood posted a version of his talk (with a link to data and code) on his site. I’m sure there are others that I’ve missed, so if you’ve written about the event, drop me a line and I’ll add a link here.
Thanks again to one and all. I’m excited to get back to work!