Tag Archive: Letters 1916

Aug 02 2017

On Word Embeddings and Fish – Letters of 1916

Letters of 1916 is a public humanities project run by Maynooth University and directed by Professor Susan Schreibman. The project is creating a crowd-sourced digital collection of letters written between 1st November 1915 and 31st October 1916. For my internship, I have been working on the project as a research assistant, analysing the collection. Following …

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Jul 06 2017

Topic Modelling: PoS Tagging – Letters of 1916

Letters of 1916 is a public humanities project run by Maynooth University and directed by Professor Susan Schreibman. The project is creating a crowd-sourced digital collection of letters written between 1st November 1915 and 31st October 1916. For my internship, I have been working on the project as a research assistant, analysing the collection. In …

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Jun 26 2017

Topic Modelling – Letters of 1916

Letters of 1916 is a public humanities project run by Maynooth University and directed by Professor Susan Schreibman. The project is creating a crowd-sourced digital collection of letters written between 1st November 1915 and 31st October 1916. For my internship, I have been working on the project as a research assistant, analysing the collection. One …

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Dec 18 2015

Outreach: Letters of 1916 – What lies beneath

An ongoing social media presence is an important part of many crowdsourced humanities projects. This can be used to promote the project, engage a wider range of contributors and provide a channel for collaboration between academics and other interested parties. Planning and Hosting a Twitter Chat Leading on from my previous blog post which explored …

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Oct 26 2015

Letters of 1916 – The Role of Twitter

The Letters of 1916 project is the first public humanities project in Ireland. Its purpose is to provide a snapshot of ‘a year in a life’ in Ireland between 1st November 1915 and 31st October 1916. This is a period which covers the 1916 Rising as well as several major events in World War I …

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