Data Conversations are informal exchanges among faculty and graduate students with DH experience that address broad questions concerning research data in the humanities and social sciences. They include topics like: defining “data” in your field; what not to do with your data; what to know before you go to an archive. Participants will speak from experience and provide discipline-specific perspectives for DH newcomers.
Participants in the English Department's Data Conversation will be
- Elspeth Green (Graduate Student in English, Project Manager for The Shakespeare and Company Project)
- Joshua Kotin (Associate Professor of English, Director of The Shakespeare and Company Project)
- Meredith Martin (Associate Professor of English, Faculty Director of the Center for Digital Humanities, Director of the Princeton Prosody Archive)
- Mary Naydan (Graduate Student in English, Project Manager for the Princeton Prosody Archive)