University of Amsterdam | April – May 2021, five sessions (tbc) | 3-6 ECs | Organiser: prof. Karina van Dalen-Oskam (UvA) | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students, OSL members will have first access
Registration will open Fall 2020
Scholars working in computational literary studies make use of computer software that helps them to analyze digital textual data. Software can support the exploration of a much larger amount of data in systematic ways than was possible before. In this course, students will get introduced to the most important current approaches in computational literary studies, ranging from the analysis of style and methods for the verification and attribution of authorship to various forms of ‘distant reading’ and discourse analysis.