The Computational Humanities Reading Group is addressed to graduate students and faculty in the humanities interested in exploring the use of data analysis in humanities scholarship. During the Spring semester, we will continue discussions of quantitative methods in literary studies and cultural history emerging out of previous events and talks hosted by the Institute for Digital Arts & Humanities.
Readings for this month's topic: "Against Data Analysis: Brennan, North, Kirschenbaum"
- (from Literary Criticism: A Political History)
- Timothy Brennan.
- Matt Kirschenbaum. "?"
Readings are also available at