Introducing Literary Topologies

more I’d like to introduce a site dedicated to the new kinds of experiments I’ve been working on with my collaborator, Mark Algee-Hewitt. We’re interested in trying to visualize the lexical networks that comprise our literary past, what we call reading “topologically.” To do so, we’re developing quantitative techniques that try to uncover relationships within literary language. It’s a first step in trying to work out the opportunities that electronic reading affords beyond the bland remediation of ebooks. Our first two articles on the topic can be found here.

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