On Wednesday, October 15 at 4:30 Dan Shore will lead a discussion of his precirculated paper, “Milton’s Delayed Adjectives and the History of Style,” drawn from his forthcoming book, Cyberformalism, which (in his words) “explores how searchable digital archives like Google Books, EEBO, and ECCO allow us to study the history of linguistic forms.” 1-N-10 Green Hall (first floor, north wing).
The following day, at noon, Dan Shore will lead a seminar on close-reading with digital tools. Participants are encouraged to bring laptops, as we will be reading and working together. Lunch will be provided. Hinds Library, McCosh Hall (basement)