Beyond Seven Review No. 58

Posted on Wed 02 December 2020 in Beyond Seven Review

(Quantitative) literary history and sociology of literature 🦉

  • Quantitative Methods in Literary Studies and the Humanities: Systematic and Historical Perspectives
    Open-access book published in 2018. Overview: "Starting from the early 19th century, quantitative methods have been applied to describe, analyze, and interpret texts in literary studies and the humanities. With the emergence of the "digital humanities," such approaches have gained in importance. The volume aims to historically contextualize and examine quantifying procedures in relation to theory and to assess the value of quantitative data in the humanities."

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