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Friday, November 15 • 11:15am - 12:45pm
Panel: Data Networks

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Using linked open data and propospographical networks, these papers re-interpret cultural phenomena such as celebrity, feminism, and enslavement through networked historical data. What ethical obligations inhere when visualizing historical data? And what might we learn from new structures of old information? Moderated by Julie Dauer.


Anelise Shrout

"Digital Prosopography, Networks, and 'Decolonized' Data", Bates College

Jana Smith Elford

"Charting Late-Victorian Feminist Activism with RDF: A Case Study of the Women's Progressive Society", University of Alberta

Stephen Webb

"Byron's Library Dispersed: A Human-Bookish Prosopographical Network Linking Romantic Celebrity to Victorian Disavowal", University of Alberta

Friday November 15, 2019 11:15am - 12:45pm EST
Harrison-Small Auditorium

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