Category Archives: Presentations
Visualizing Empire in the Age of Big Data: A Distant Reading of French Imperial Conquest, 1870-1914 APRIL 13, 2017 – 4:00PM TO 5:30PM Lecture by Christopher M. Church, PhD, assistant professor, Department of History and co-director, Nevada Center for Data … Continue reading
NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING AND OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION: THE VIEW FROM THE HUMANITIES Christopher Church, Assistant Professor, History NLP and OCR: the View from the Humanities Natural Language Processing (NLP) presents numerous opportunities for humanities research, particularly in the field of … Continue reading
The Human Face of Big Data: the Promise and Perils of a Planetary Nervous System Come watch the award-wining documentary, The Human Face of Big Data. Thursday, April 30, 7pm – Wells Fargo Auditorium (MIKC 124) Stay for hors d’oeuvres and … Continue reading
Thursdays in March, 7pm MIKC 124, Wells Fargo Auditorium
I recently gave a lecture on my research at Paris-8 for a seminar entitled Les populations noires en France: nouvelles dimensions historiques et historiographiques. You can find the seminar program, as well as my slides, below.