Text as Data

Digital humanities provide us with new research pathways that enable us to answer questions that are difficult or impossible to resolve using traditional approaches, this often because the data explored are larger or more complex than what is casually apprehensible by researchers. This panel assembles interventions discussing research endeavors that approach text as data by means of computational methods. The presentations span over five oriental regions and cover a varied array of research topics that requires of us to think about encoding, processing, interpreting and disseminating textual data and associated research results.

Organizers : Émilie Pagé-Perron & Timothy Bellefleur