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Using Python in Humanities Research: A Conversation with Jonathan Lamb

Jon Lamb (Associate Professor of English, University of Kansas) explains why Python, the programming language, is suitable for humanities research and shares an example from his text analysis research on Shakespeare's Othello. He also notes that IDRH is a gathering place to bring together people working on different kinds of digital humanities research.

In the last few weeks, IDRH has released short videos about digital humanities activities at the University of Kansas. This is the last video in the series.

 



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