Digital Humanities Research Projects
The first in our 2013-2014 Work in Progress series will feature Stefan Sinclair and the new development in his Voyant Tools suite, Voyant Notebooks.
All are welcome.
McGill's Digital Humanities research community includes over 40 research projects which cut across the usual disciplinary boundaries, involving numerous faculty and student researchers.
They fall along six main axes of interest:
Audio / Visual
The representation and analysis of sound and image has been a defining movement in late 20th Century scholarship. Now, with the aid of digital tools and technology, McGill scholars dig even more deeply into these ideas, researching new ways of 'hearing' and 'seeing'.