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Algee-Hewitt, M., Porter, J. D., & Walser, H. (2020). Representing Race and Ethnicity in American Fiction, 1789-1920. Cultural Analytics, 5.
Mavrody, N., McGrath, L. B., Nomura, N., & Sherman, A. (2021). Voice. 7.
Porter, J. D., Ilchuk, Y., & Dombrowski, Q. (2022). Linguistic Fingerprints on Translation’s Lens. Special Issue on Collecting, Preserving, and Disseminating Endangered Cultural Heritage for New Understandings through Multilingual Approaches.
Warner, M. (2023). A Queer Way of Counting: Bibliography and Computational Approaches to the Queer Novel.

Chapters in Edited Volumes

Algee-Hewitt, M., Fredner, E., & Walser, H. (2018). The Novel as Data. In E. Bulson (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Novel (pp. 189–215).

Contributions to Proceedings

McClure, D., Algee-Hewitt, M., Douris, S., Fredner, E., & Walser, H. (2017). Organizing corpora at the Stanford Literary Lab: Balancing simplicity and flexibility in metadata management. Proceedings of the Workshop on Challenges in the Management of Large Corpora and Big Data and Natural Language Processing, 25–29.

Popular Press

Manshel, A., McGrath, L. B., & Porter, J. D. (2019). Who Care About Literary Prizes?
Manshel, A., McGrath, L. B., & Porter, J. D. (2021). The Rise of Must-Read TV.
McGrath, L. B. (2019). Comping White.

Literary Lab Pamphlets

Algee-Hewitt, M., Allison, S., Gemma, M., Heuser, R., Moretti, F., & Walser, H. (2016). Canon/Archive. Large-scale Dynamics in the Literary Field. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 11.
Algee-Hewitt, M., & McGurl, M. (2015). Between Canon and Corpus: Six Perspectives on 20th-Century Novels. Stanford Literary Lab, 8.
Allison, S., Gemma, M., Heuser, R., Moretti, F., Tevel, A., & Yamboliev, I. (2013). Style at the Scale of the Sentence. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 5.
Allison, S., Heuser, R., Jockers, M., Moretti, F., & Witmore, M. (2011). Quantitative Formalism: An Experiment. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 1.
Allison, S., Heuser, R., Jockers, M., Moretti, F., & Witmore, M. (2011). Network Theory, Plot Analysis. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 2.
Finn, E. (2011). Becoming Yourself: The Afterlife of Reception. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 3.
Heuser, R., & Le-Khac, L. (2012). A Quantitative Literary History of 2,958 Nineteenth-Century British Novels: The Semantic Cohort Method. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 4.
Heuser, R., Moretti, F., & Steiner, E. (2016). The Emotions of London. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 13.
Impett, L., & Moretti, F. (2017). Totentanz. Operationalizing Aby Warburg’s Pathosformeln. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 16.
Porter, J. D. (2018). Popularity/Prestige. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 17.
Kanatova, M., Milyakina, A., Pilipovec, T., Shelya, A., Sobchuk, O., & Tinits, P. (2017). Broken Time, Continued Evolution: Anachronies in Contemporary Films. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 14.
Katsma, H. (2014). Loudness in the Novel. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 7.
Moretti, F. (2013). “Operationalizing”: Or, the function of measurement in modern literary theory. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 6.
Moretti, F. (2016). Literature, Measured. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 12.
Moretti, F. (2017). Patterns and Interpretation. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 15.
Moretti, F., & Pestre, D. (2015). Bankspeak: The Language of World Bank Reports, 1946-2012. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 9.
Moretti, F., & Pestre, D. (2015). On Paragraphs. Scale, Themes, and Narrative Form. Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlets, 10.

Data-Sitters Club Books

Algee-Hewitt, M., Bowers, K., Dombrowski, Q., & Froehlich, H. (2021). Heather Likes Principal Component Analysis. The Data-Sitters Club, 10.
Bernstein, D., Dombrowski, Q., & Algee-Hewitt, M. (2022). Little Miss California Stereotype… and the BY Times. The Data-Sitters Club, 15.
Beshero-Bondar, E., Besette, L. S., Dombrowski, Q., & Risam, R. (2020). The DSC and the Impossible TEI Quandaries. The Data-Sitters Club, 5.
Bessette, L. S., Cecire, M. S., Dombrowski, Q., & Risam, R. (2022). Goodbye, Friends, Goodbye. The Data-Sitters Club, 13.
Bessette, L. S., & Dombrowski, Q. (2020). Lee and the Missing Metadata. The Data-Sitters Club, M01.
Bessette, L. S., & Dombrowski, Q. (2020). Beware, Lee and Quinn! The Data-Sitters Club, M02.
Bessette, L. S., & Dombrowski, Q. (2020). Quinn and Lee Clean Up Ghost Cat Data-Hairballs. The Data-Sitters Club, M03.
Bessette, L. S., Dombrowski, Q., & Gribomont, I. (2021). Isabelle and the Missing Spaghetti-O’s. The Data-Sitters Club, M04.
Bessette, L. S., Dombrowski, Q., & Gribomont, I. (2023). Lee & Quinn and the Mystery in the French NLP Model. The Data-Sitters Club, M05.
Bowers, K. (2020). Voyant’s Big Day. The Data-Sitters Club, 6.
Bowers, K., & Dombrowski, Q. (2019). Katia and the Phantom Corpus. The Data-Sitters Club, 2.
Bowers, K., & Dombrowski, Q. (2021). Katia and the Sentiment Snobs. The Data-Sitters Club, 11.
Bowers, K., Dombrowski, Q., & Risam, R. (2021). The DSC and the New Programming Language. The Data-Sitters Club, 12.
Cecire, M. S. (2020). The Truth About Digital Humanities Collaborations (and Textual Variants!). The Data-Sitters Club, 3.
Cordell, C. (2022). Cadence’s Archives Mystery. The Data-Sitters Club, 17.
Cordell, C., Dombrowski, Q., & Layne-Worthey, G. (2022). The Data-Sitters’ HathiTrust Mistake. The Data-Sitters Club, 18.
Dombrowski, Q. (2019). Quinn’s Great Idea. The Data-Sitters Club, 1.
Dombrowski, Q. (2020). Text-Comparison-Algorithm-Crazy Quinn. The Data-Sitters Club, 8.
Dombrowski, Q., & Sag, M. (2020). The DSC and Mean Copyright Law. The Data-Sitters Club, 7.
Dombrowski, Q., Samberg, R., & Stallman, E. (2022). Hello, DMCA Exemption. The Data-Sitters Club, 14.
Lang, A., Dombrowski, Q., & Lamar, A. K. (2021). The Ghost in Anouk’s Laptop. The Data-Sitters Club, 9.
Salter, A., Dombrowski, Q., Dombrowski, S., & Dombrowski, P. (2022). Anastasia’s Secret Language. The Data-Sitters Club, 16.