A Dictionary, A Database, A Desultory Reader: Metaphors for the Mind in Eighteenth-Century Literature

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Brad Pasanek

Brad Pasanek

University of Virginia
@bpasanek
Speaker Website
MITH Conference Room
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
12:00 am

Brad Pasanek, Assistant Professor of Literature at the University of Virginia, explores the topic of text-mining through his research in the use of language and metaphor in eighteenth-century British literature.

Brad Pasanek is the Assistant Professor of Eighteenth-Century Literature and Digital Humanities at the University of Virginia. Brad received his B.A. from the University of Chicago and his Ph.D. from Stanford University. He recently published two Literary and Linguistic Computing works: “Meaning and Mining” & “Mining Millions of Metaphors.”

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