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NULab Fall 2021 Calendar of Events

The NULab is delighted to announce our fall 2021 calendar of events. We have some very exciting panels, workshops, and other events planned for the semester. You can find additional details and registration information for these events here.

All fall 2021 NULab events will be virtual. These events are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Registration links are coming soon for most events, so please save these dates and check the events page for updates. Please contact nulab.info@gmail.com with any questions.

We hope to see you there!

October 6, 12–1pm
Speed Data-ing Research Collaboration Event
Featuring: Silvio Amir (Khoury College of Computer Sciences), Matthew Gin (College of Arts, Media and Design), Brennan Klein (Network Science), and Amy Ruskin (Digital Scholarship Group)
Co-sponsored with the Digital Scholarship Group

October 13 and 20, 12–1pm (two sessions)
Python and Text Analysis for Absolute Beginners (Part One, Part Two)
Workshop led by Sarah Connell and Jen Ferguson
Co-sponsored with the DSG and Research Data Services

October 27, 12–1pm
NULab Grant Recipients Lightning Talks
Featuring: Avery Blankenship (English), Jessica Linker (History), Jacob Murel (English), and Ángel David Nieves (Africana Studies, History)
Co-sponsored with the DSG

November 4, 1–2:30pm
NULab/DSG Fall Scholarship Celebration
Keynote: Garrett Dash Nelson, Leventhal Center
Featuring lightning talks by Northeastern faculty, staff, and students
Co-sponsored with the DSG

November 5, 10–11am
Michael Kearns, University of Pennsylvania
“The Ethical Algorithm”
Information, Algorithms, and Justice series

November 10, 12–1pm
Nicola Paladin, Virtual Visiting Scholar
“Mapping the Italian Literary Field and Literature in Translation: Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis on 20th Century US Literature in Italy”
Co-sponsored with the DSG

November 17, 12–1pm
DH Office Hours: GIS Day Celebration
Additional GIS Day events to be announced soon
Co-sponsored with the DSG

November 19, 10–11am
Julia Angwin, The Markup
Information, Algorithms, and Justice series

December 3, 10–11am
Martha Minow, Harvard Law School
“Saving the News: Addressing Digital Disruption and the Future of Journalism”
Information, Algorithms, and Justice series


NULab/Shorenstein Center Misinformation Speaker Series
Registration Required, RSVP links coming soon
for November and December events

October 18, 12–1pmDavid Rothschild, Microsoft Research
November 22, 12–1pm—Emily Thorson, Syracuse University
November 29, 12–1pm—Chris Bail, Duke University
December 6, 12–1pm—Joan Donovan, Harvard Kennedy School

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