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Ted Underwood
Professor of English and Information Sciences
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Distant horizons: digital evidence and literary change
T Underwood
University of Chicago Press, 2019
3922019
A bayesian mixed effects model of literary character
D Bamman, T Underwood, NA Smith
Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2014
2482014
Why literary periods mattered: Historical contrast and the prestige of English studies
T Underwood
Stanford University Press, 2020
1802020
The quiet transformations of literary studies: What thirteen thousand scholars could tell us
A Goldstone, T Underwood
New Literary History 45 (3), 359-384, 2014
1642014
Theorizing research practices we forgot to theorize twenty years ago
T Underwood
Representations 127 (1), 64-72, 2014
1282014
The transformation of gender in English-language fiction
T Underwood, D Bamman, S Lee
1182018
Topic modeling made just simple enough
T Underwood
The Stone and the Shell 7, 2012
1052012
The life cycles of genres
T Underwood
Cultural Analytics, 2016
852016
What can topic models of PMLA teach us about the history of literary scholarship
A Goldstone, T Underwood
Journal of Digital Humanities 2 (1), 39-48, 2012
832012
Text‐mining the humanities
ML Jockers, T Underwood
A new companion to digital humanities, 291-306, 2015
772015
Shifting scales: Between literature and social science
JF English, T Underwood
Modern Language Quarterly 77 (3), 277-295, 2016
642016
The Longue Durée of literary prestige
T Underwood, J Sellers
Modern Language Quarterly 77 (3), 321-344, 2016
632016
Romantic Historicism and the Afterlife
T Underwood
PMLA 117 (2), 237-251, 2002
502002
The emergence of literary diction
WE Underwood, J Sellers
Journal of Digital Humanities 1 (2), 2012
492012
Mapping mutable genres in structurally complex volumes
T Underwood, ML Black, L Auvil, B Capitanu
2013 IEEE International Conference on Big Data, 95-103, 2013
462013
The Work of the Sun: Literature, Science, and Political Economy, 1760–1860
T Underwood
Springer, 2015
392015
Distant reading and recent intellectual history
T Underwood
Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016, 530-533, 2016
342016
Why literary time is measured in minutes
T Underwood
ELH 85 (2), 341-365, 2018
302018
Machine learning and human perspective
T Underwood
PMLA 135 (1), 92-109, 2020
262020
Understanding genre in a collection of a million volumes
T Underwood
Interim Performance Report for the Digital Humanities Start-up Grant …, 2014
252014
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