The Stanford Literary Lab is a research collective that applies computational criticism, in all its forms, to the study of literature.
Our projects range from dissertation chapters to individual and group publications, lectures, courses, panels, and conferences. Typically, our research takes the form of an “experiment” that extends over a period of one or two years, and is then published in our Pamphlet series. On our website, you can download all our published work, read abstracts of our current projects, and find contact information for our researchers.
- Mark Algee-Hewitt, Director
- J.D. Porter, Project Director
- Erik Fredner, Graduate Coordinator