Launching Digital Dostoevsky

Hello, world! This is the first post of our blog, which will chronicle Digital Dostoevsky, a SSHRC-funded digital humanities text analysis project to analyze Dostoevsky’s corpus. The project is hosted at the University of Toronto.

We have decided to launch our blog this June because June is a big month for our project team. We will be attending the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at U Vic (virtually) and also participating in the first workshop of the New Languages for NLP NEH Institute at Princeton (virtually).

Stay tuned to learn more about what the project is, what questions we have been grappling with, and what we are up to! We are starting with The Double, a mysterious and confusing text that has only become more confusing through our process.

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