Next Tuesday, April 4, 2-:3:30pm, we are honored to welcome Michael Sinatra, from l’Université de Montréal, to the Studio@Butler.
Prof. Sinatra promises to delight and instruct us on “Leigh Hunt, Textual Studies, and Digital Humanities.” Sinatra has been working in digital humanities for more than a decade, and has done outstanding digital work on 19th century British literature and historical figures. He has been currently named co-Director of NINES and is the author of Leigh Hunt and the London Literary Scene from Routledge.
His talk in particular will be of interest to those of you working on digital editions, literary networks, reception history, the Romantic period, or computer-aided literary analysis in general. I hope you will be able to come, and encourage your students and colleagues to do so as well.
Please let me know if you’re coming from outside Columbia University by Monday, April 3, so I can get you on the RSVP list.
PS. Excuse the University Calendar’s handling of French characters. I will put in a ticket later today.