The NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks
Northeastern's center for digital humanities and computational social scienceWelcome
The NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks is Northeastern University’s center for digital humanities and computational social science.
The NULab supports research projects and scholarly exchanges through grants and other programs; convenes a group of core faculty who teach a wide range of courses and publish broadly in the digital realm; trains graduate students in DH and CSS skills through our Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities and NULab Fellows programs; sponsors talks and symposia; offers support to visiting scholars in partnership with Northeastern’s Digital Scholarship Group; helps to bring digital and computational methods into a broad range of classes through our Digital Integration Teaching Initiative; and provides fora for discussions of technology, teaching, and research at Northeastern.
Chris Bail, “Gender, Political Persuasion, and Social Media: A Field Experiment During the 2020 Democratic Primary”
Visiting speakers: Rob Reich, Mehran Sahami, and Jeremy M. Weinstein
Martha Minow, Harvard University: “Saving the News: Addressing Digital Disruption and the Future of Journalism”
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Nicola Paladin: “Mapping the Italian Literary Field and Literature in Translation: Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis on 20th Century US Literature in Italy”.11.22.2021
NULab Co-Director David Lazer interviewed by Experience magazine on how COVID misinformation works11.17.2021
NULab Grant Recipients Lightning Talks11.16.2021
Michael Kearns, University of Pennsylvania: “The Ethical Algorithm” Event Recap11.16.2021
Digital Integration Teaching Initiative Spring 2022 Call for Partnerships10.14.2021
Call for Proposals: Digital humanities student funding available10.25.2021