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This hands-on workshop will introduce network thinking for historical projects concerned with people, places, and works. We will use pen and paper as well as a suite of software tools developed at the Humanities + Design research lab at the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis. The room is equipped with computers, but you may want to bring your own laptop.
Nicole Coleman is Digital Research Architect for the Stanford University Libraries and consultant for the Stanford University Press’s Digital Publications project. Nicole is also co-founder and Research Director for Humanities + Design, a research lab at Stanford’s Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis dedicated to encoding humanistic method into open source software for research. She is currently developing an initiative to make library collections more useful to researchers through applications of artificial intelligence.