As part of the DHCommons “Getting Started in the Digital Humanities” pre-conference workshop at MLA 2014, I gave a short overview of text analysis and why you might use it in your research and teaching. You can view my slides on SlideShare or below:
On November 20th, 2013, I presented a talk at the Penn Humanities Forum on the long arc of visual display. The abstract is as follows:
We live in what’s been called the “golden age” of data visualization, and yet, the graphical display of information has a long history, one that dates to the Enlightenment and arguably before. This talk will explore the origins and applications (both historical and contemporary) of data visualization techniques. Drawing from the fields of media history, digital humanities, and information visualization, Lauren Klein will introduce several techniques for data visualization, and reflect upon their uses—and their limits—in humanities research and teaching.
I’ve uploaded my slides (minus the embedded movies) to SlideShare, but they can also be viewed below: