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Shouts & Murmurs: A Gendered Study of Sonic Suspensions in the 19th Century Novel, Clara McWeeny, UG '25 (2770242)

When considering moments of auditory focus in the 19th century novel, rarely does one stop to consider the sonic attention paid to instances of direct speech. Readers instead find their preoccupation…

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What Is Popularity In Spotify Playlists?, Eddie Button, UG '25 (2510273)

I was interested in finding a connection between the number of followers that each playlist has and the tracks – and artists – in each playlist. I did not exactly find this connection,…

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Uncovering Coverage: March Madness In The Daily Princetonian, Rosie Eden, UG '25 and Isabel Yip, UG '25 (2768621)

This project sought to analyze how the Daily Princetonian has portrayed March Madness in its pages from 1952 to 2011. Coverage of the tournament shows distinct trends in word choice and frequencies…

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The Transformation of Light Novels, Anthony Ng, UG '23 and Kurt Lemai, UG '23 (2262522)

Through our research, we explore the contents of light novels, a medium of short young-adult fiction novels in Japan, through a dataset of light novel titles of the past 50 years. Through analyzing…

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Who Are You Singing About?: Key Names, and Gendered Terms in Popular Music, Joseph Himmelfarb, UG '24 and Zoe Montague, UG '24 (2269124)

In our project, we explore the “hottest names in music.” That is, not the artists with the largest number of hits, but the names most frequently referenced in song lyrics. We examine both…

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Placing Domesday's Anonymous Women, Claire Schultz UG '24 (2264438)

Domesday was a "Great Survey" of English landholdings conducted in 1086, following the Norman Conquest of 1066 led by William the Conqueror. This text was digitized and put in CSV form by…

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Building a Tool for Chronicling America: Flexibility and Efficiency in Digital Humanities, Nobline Yoo, UG '23 (3967151)

Digital humanities is at the interface between humanistic studies and computational power. Hence, when building tools in this space, we need to consider, firstly, the humanities scholar who desires…

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Exploring Privacy Apps

(InfoSec 101) In celebration of International Data Privacy Day (January 28) and in collaboration with the Center for Digital Humanities’ Privacy Initiative, the Information Security Office will…

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Digital Resources for Medieval Maps and Mapping

Further details about the use of medieval maps, and how to access map data. Produced for Middle Ages for Educators.

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Brief Introduction to Medieval Maps

A brief introduction to medieval maps, produced for Middle Ages for Educators.

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The Productive Scholar - Risk in Media Discourse: An Introduction to Topic Modeling with R and Python

Amidst global concerns over financial markets, terrorism, and outbreaks of disease, the term “risk” pervades contemporary Western media discourse. Manish Nag’s dissertation is…

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Productive Scholar-Tools for Text Analysis in the Humanities

A sequel to last semester’s ‘Tools for Text Analysis in the Humanities’, this session will give participants a brief yet hands-on introduction to NLTK, the Natural Language Toolkit.…

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Productive Scholar-Using Mechanical Turk and Qualtrics to Crowdsource Tasks and Surveys

The idea of “crowdsourcing” has increasingly been used in a variety of settings. With the help of social media, we can now crowdsource funds, software coding, information, and a variety…

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