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Joanna Swafford
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Interested in hearing about Digital Humanities and Digital Pedagogy at SUNY New Paltz? Check out this piece on our work!

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I wrote a blog post on the problems with Syuzhet and the importance of validating tools and collaborating in digital humanities.

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I wrote a blog post about the interesting Syuzhet package for computing the emotional trajectory of novels and some problems I found with it: https://annieswafford.wordpress.com/2015/03/02/syuzhet/

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I have a new website!
It's been awhile since my last post, but for good reason.  This past Spring, I attended job interviews, accepted a new position, defended my dissertation and graduated, moved to New York state, and created a syllabus for a new class! I'm now the Assistant P...

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The website for my Intro to Digital Humanities course on Sherlock Holmes's London is online! 

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"Songs of the Victorians" at the MLA
I presented " Songs of the Victorians " and " Augmented Notes " at the MLA on Friday on panel 207 , "Diversifying the Victorian Verse Archive."  Phyllis Weliver, who organized the panel, presented first, and Yopie Prins concluded our session, with Meredith ...

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On THATCampVA and Augmented Notes
On Friday and Saturday, I attended THATCampVA held here at the Scholars' Lab in Charlottesville, VA.  It was a wonderful experience!  In case anyone is unfamiliar with the idea of THATCamp, it's an "unconference," where people who share an interest in digit...

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Augmented Notes Has a Sandbox
I have two important pieces of news regarding " Augmented Notes ":  first, I have straightened out the domain name glitches, so visiting http://www.augmentednotes.com  will no longer redirect you to http://augnotes.appspot.com .  Second, I have added a sand...

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Invited Talk on Augmented Notes
On Friday, I had the honor of giving a talk , called "From the Parlor to the Laptop: Victorian Lyrics and Digital Tools," at Columbia Uni...
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