Papers

Published Papers

Gabi Kirilloff, Peter J. Capuano, Julius Fredrick, and Matthew L. Jockers.  “From a distance ‘you might mistake her for a man’: A Closer Reading of Gender and Character Action in Jane Eyre, The Law and the Lady, and A Brilliant Woman.” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities [Accepted and Forthcoming in 2018].

George H. Taylor, Matthew L. Jockers, and Fernando Nascimento.  “No Reasonable Person.” In Justice Scalia: Rhetoric and the Rule of Law. Edited by Brian Slocum and Francis J. Mootz III. University of Chicago Press, 2018. [Accepted and Forthcoming in 2018]

Jockers, Matthew, and Gabi Kirilloff. “Gender and Character Agency in the 19th Century Novel,” in Cultural Analytics, 2016, retrieved from http://culturalanalytics.org/2016/12/understanding-gender-and-character-agency-in-the-19th-century-novel/.

Dimmit, Laura, Gabi Kirilloff, Chandler Warren, and James Wehrwein. “Exploring the Intersection of Public and Private Authorial Voice in the Works of Willa Cather.” DSH: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 2015, retrieved from https://academic.oup.com/dsh/article/30/suppl_1/i36/363768

Under Review

Matthew L. Jockers, Joe Cowman, Alex Eitzman, Catherine Krueger, Fernando Nascimento, Gauri Ramesh, and George H. Taylor. “Judging Style: the Case of Bush v. Gore.” [Under Review]

Lei, Lei and Matthew L. Jockers.  “Normalized dependency distance: A new measure and its applications in language typology research.” [Under Review]

Papers Presented at Digital Humanities 2014

Literary Lab Team at DH 2014 in Lausanne, Switzerland

The Nebraska Literary Lab Team at DH 2014 in Lausanne, Switzerland

Dimmit, Laura, Gabrielle Kirilloff, Chandler Warren, and James Wehrwein. “Exploring the Intersection of Personal and Public Authorial Voice in the Works of Willa Cather”. 2014.

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Kumari, Ashanka, Courtney Lawton, Carmen McCue, Jose Luis Moreno, and Grace Thomas. “Detecting Linguistic Signal in Cather’s Early Journalism: Polishing the Bibliography”. 2014

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Ankenbrand, Rebecca; Bernardini, Caterina; Brotnov Eckstrom, Mikal; Kinnaman, Alex; Tedrow, Kimberly Ann. “Quantifying ‘The Thing Not Named’: A Computational Analysis of Willa Cather’s ‘Unfurnished’ Writing Style(s)”. 2014.

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Paper Presented at Digital Humanities Forum 2014

Morgan Condello, Ross Harrison, Jennifer Isasi, Alex Kinnaman, Ashanka Kumari. “A Methodology for Character Networks at the Macroanalytical Level”. 2014

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