Digital Humanities in Theatre and Performance Studies

In November, I attended ASTR (American Society for Theatre Research), an incredibly inspiring conference in the field of theatre and performance studies. The theme of the conference this year was “Debating the Stakes in Theatre and Performance Scholarship,” and panels ranged from debating food in performance (the steaks in theatre and performance…) to the politics […]

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Methodology for Mapping Project

In this post, I will describe the process of bringing tweets from over the past year into a single heat map with interactive (clickable) tweets displaying more information. Most importantly perhaps, in what follows I will also readily discuss the flaws and problems of the methodology, in order to hopefully gain some insights into how […]

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Trouble with Geotagging Tweets with Users

In my initial mapping project Boylesque in the Twitter World, I used TAGS to scrape tweets mentioning boylesque, then matched those tweets with their respective user and the user’s location (something TAGS can’t manage yet) via Twitter’s REST API. The method poses a number of problems, which I will describe in this blog post. Please […]

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