Articles

  • “La Littérature à l’âge des algorithmes”, with Robert Morrissey and Clovis Gladstone. Revue d’Histoire littéraire de la France, vol. 116, no 3 (2016): 595-617.
  • “Constructive Visual Analytics for Text Similarity Detection”, with Alfie Abdul-Rahman, Mark Olsen, Clovis Gladstone, Robert Morrissey, Nicholas Cronk and Min Chen, Computer Graphics Forum doi:10.1111/cgf.12798.
  • “Discourses and Disciplines in the Enlightenment: Topic Modeling the French Encyclopédie”, with Clovis Gladstone and Robert Morrissey. Frontiers in Digital Humanities 2.8 (January 2016). (html)
  • “Penser le numérique aujourd’hui : Réflexions dix-huitiémistes”, with Benoît Melançon, Dix-Huitième Siècle 46 (2014): 131-51.
  • “L’étude littéraire à l’ère du numérique : du texte à l’intertexte dans les « digital humanities »“, Philologie im Netz Beiheft/Supplement 7/2014: Literaturwissenschaft im digitalen Medienwandel. Christof Schöch and Lars Schneider, eds (2014): 85-111. (pdf)
  • “To Quote or not to Quote: Citation Strategies in the Encyclopédie“, with Dan Edelstein and Robert Morrissey. Journal of the History of Ideas 74.2 (April 2013): 213-36. (html)
  • “Re-imagining French Lexicography: The Dictionnaire vivant de la langue française“, with Tim Allen and Robert Morrissey. Dictionaries: The Journal of The Dictionary Society of North America 32 (2011): 129-43. (html)
  • “Reading against History: The Unfolding of the Literary Work in Péguy’s Clio“. The French Review 85.2 December 2011): 54-67. (html)
  • “Something Borrowed: Sequence Alignment and the Identification of Similar Passages in Large Text Collections”, with Russell Horton and Mark Olsen. Digital Studies / Le Champ numérique 2.1 (2010). (html)
  • “Plundering Philosophers: Identifying Sources of the Encyclopédie“, with Timothy Allen, Stéphane Douard, Charles Cooney, Russell Horton, Robert Morrissey, Mark Olsen, and Robert Voyer. Journal of the Association for History and Computing13.1 (Spring 2010). (html)
  • “Contre Taine et Renan: Charles Péguy and the Metaphysics of Modern History”. French Forum 34.2 (Spring 2009): 17-37. (html)
  • “Mining Eighteenth Century Ontologies: Machine Learning and Knowledge Classification in the Encyclopédie”, with Russell Horton, Robert Morrissey, Mark Olsen, and Robert Voyer. Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.2 (Spring 2009). (html)
  • “Wikidemia? Scholarly publishing on the World Wide Web”, with Charles M. Cooney. Online roundtable discussion in Working Papers in Romance Languages 1.1 (Fall 2006). (pdf)

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