Glenn Roe at the Early Modern French seminar: ‘Enlightenment Influencers: Networks of Reuse in the 18th-century Archive’
09/11/2023, 12:30 pm
Salon, Maison Française d’Oxford
Thursday 9 November, 12:30-2pm
In this presentation, Glenn Roe (Université Paris-Sorbonne, CELLF–Voltaire Foundation, Oxford) will discuss the ERC-funded ModERN Project, a 5-year research programme that aims to integrate cutting-edge computational technologies with traditional methodologies to reassemble and analyse the conceptual and intertextual networks of the French Enlightenment. In particular, this presentation will explore some of the initial challenges encountered in year one, including corpus construction, large-scale text alignment, noise reduction, and preliminary network analyses.
Biography: Glenn Roe is Professor of French Literature and Digital Humanities at Sorbonne University, where he is a member of the CELLF(Centre d’étude de la langue et des littératures françaises UMR 8599) research laboratory and director of the ObTIC (Observatoire des idées, des textes et des corpus) project-team. He is also currently the Astra Foundation Research Fellow in Digital Humanities at the Voltaire Foundation, where he co-directs the Voltaire Lab. Tea and coffee will be served. Bring your lunches!
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