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Reading ‘Writing History in the Digital Age’ at a Distance

I and my students have made some contributions to ‘Writing History in the Digital Age‘, the born-digital volume edited by  Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki. Rather than reflect on the writing process, I thought I’d topic model the volume to see what patterns emerged in the contributions. I use Mallet to do this. I’ve posted earlier about [...]
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