Keywords: distance reading, digital humanities and philology, discourse analysis, rhetorics
I build tools for literature analysis. My specialty is detecting figure of speech. I work specially on repetitive figure (here the yellow ones in the periodic period table above).
I attach great importance to application of my research as well. You will see demos, code, samples that I provide. They will give you a concrete experience of what I do.
Martin Luther King made one on his famous discourse in Memphis. Epanaphora is the figure that consists in starting your sentences by the same words. I made a detector for it.
Epiphora is the figure that consists in ending your sentences by the same words.
Dubremetz, Marie and Nivre, Joakim (2016). Syntax Matters for Rhetorical Figure Detection: the Case of Chiasmus In Computational Linguistics for Literature (CLFL 2016). San-Diego, United-States.
Dubremetz, Marie and Nivre, Joakim (2015). Rhetorical Figure Detection: the Case of Chiasmus In Computational Linguistics for Literature (CLFL 2015). Denver, United-States.
Dubremetz, Marie and Nivre, Joakim (2014). Extraction of nominal multiword expressions in French. In Proceedings of the 10th Workshop on Multiword Expressions (MWE). Gothenburg, Sweden.
Dubremetz, Marie (2013). Vers une identification automatique du chiasme de mots. In Actes de la 15e Rencontres des Étudiants Chercheurs en Informatique pour le Traitement Automatique des Langues (RECITAL’2013), (pages 150–163). Les Sables d’Olonne, France.
Basic text analysis. Lectures given in English. I was teaching computational linguistics treatment such as: lemmatisation, tokenization, finite state transducers, HMM and more. I was the main responsible for this course with responsibility such as: managing the schedule, design and correction of assignment, individual support to students, preparation of lab. The audience were heterogeneous profiles of first year bachelor. I developed pedagogical tools such as MCQs with team work and use of flash cards.