Please join us on Monday, March 13 at 2 pm for our final praxis workshop of the year on Data Modeling, Digital Tools, and Research at the Women Writers Project!
This workshop will offer an exploration of digital tools, methods, and research initiatives that support the Women Writers Project, a long-standing digital humanities research project based at Northeastern University in Boston, USA. Founded in 1987, the WWP has been working with the TEI Guidelines since 1992 and has built a variety of digital publications that present this data in different ways. We will look closely at how the data is modeled, created, and used, and also at the critical issues that projects like the WWP wrestle with as they (and the landscape of digital humanities) evolve.
This workshop will be led by Julia Flanders and Sarah Connell. Julia Flanders is a Professor of the Practice in English, and the Director of Northeastern’s Digital Scholarship Group at Northeastern University. She also directs the Women Writers Project and serves as Editor in Chief of Digital Humanities Quarterly. Sarah Connell is Associate Director of the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks and Associate Director of the Women Writers Project at Northeastern University.
This workshop will be held via zoom. Registration is required.