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Please join us for an informal methods-based Digital Humanities conversation with our esteemed guest, Professor Jo Guldi. The starting conversation topic will be Natural Language Processing and text mining in the humanities. Everyone interested in the intersections of humanities, technology, and digital methods are invited. If you have any questions, please reach out to cesta_stanford [at] stanford.edu (cesta_stanford[at]stanford[dot]edu).
Jo Guldi is professor of Quantitative Methods at Emory University. A data scientist, writer, and historian, she has written about such subjects as the responsible use of Artificial Intelligence, the history and politics of global land use, the origins of state-built infrastructure, the use of data for environmental governance, and quantitative approaches to the text-based archives of the past. She has been a fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows and the University of Chicago. Her research has appeared in the Atlantic, the Boston Review, the Guardian, Huffington Post, Counterpunch, and Alternet. Find out more about Professor Guldi's work at joguldi.com.