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Ryan Heuser

  • Ph.D. Candidate, English, Stanford University
  • 450 Serra Mall, Building 460, Room 201, Stanford, CA 94305
  • heuser@stanford.edu
  • Dissertation: “Forms of Abstraction, 1660-1830: Generalization, Personification, Quantification, Virtualization”

Articles

Book chapters

  • Heuser, Ryan, Mark Algee-Hewitt, Van Tran, Annalise Lockhart, and Erik Steiner. “Mapping the Emotions of London in Fiction, 1700-1900: A Crowdsourcing Experiment.” Literary Mapping in the Digital Age. Ed. David Cooper, Chris Donaldson, and Patricia Murrieta-Flores. Ashgate, 2016. Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities.

Literary Lab pamphlets

Conference presentations

  • Heuser, Ryan. “Word Vectors in the Eighteenth-Century.” 2017 Annual Meeting of the Western Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (WSECS). Santa Barbara. 2017.
  • Heuser, Ryan. “ELIZA, Virtual Therapist: or, Notes toward a Virtual Humanities.” Modern Language Association. Philadelphia. 2017.
  • Gemma, Marissa, and Ryan Heuser. “Building Blocks of Fiction: Literary Lexical Bundles, 1700-1900.” Digital Humanities. Krakow. 2016.
  • Heuser, Ryan. “Word Vectors in the Eighteenth-Century.” Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics: Workshop IV: Mathematical Analysis of Cultural Expressive Forms: Text Data. Los Angeles. 2016.
  • Heuser, Ryan. “Virtual Poetics: A Thought-Experiment.” SyncDH. Santa Barbara. 2015.
  • Heuser, Ryan. “Affect and Space as Mediating Technologies: Reflections from and on the ‘Emotions of London’ Literary Lab Project.” Cultural Analytics. Chicago. 2015.
  • Heuser, Ryan, Mark Algee-Hewitt, and John Bender. “Knowledge Networks, Juxtaposed: Disciplinarity in the Encyclopédie and Wikipedia.” Digital Humanities. Sydney. 2015.
  • Heuser, Ryan, Mark Algee-Hewitt, Van Tran, Annalise Lockhart, and Erik Steiner. “Mapping the Emotions of London in Fiction, 1700-1900: A Crowdsourcing Experiment.” Digital Humanities. Sydney. 2015.
  • Algee-Hewitt, Mark, Ryan Heuser, Maria Kraxenberger, J.D. Porter, Jonathan Sensenbaugh, and Justin Tackett. “Transhistorical Poetry Project Phase II: Metrical Form.” Digital Humanities. Lausanne. 2014.
  • Algee-Hewitt, Mark, Laura Eidem, Ryan Heuser, Anita Law, and Tanya Llewellyn. “The Cryptic Novel: A Computational Taxonomy of the Eighteenth-Century Literary Field.” Digital Humanities. Lausanne. 2014.