Caitlin Marley: Ciceronian Networks: A New Approach to Old Letters (DH@OU5 Digital Humanities Symposium)
From huma2422 Humanities Forum on November 16th, 2020
Caitlin A. Marley graduated from the University of Iowa in May 2018, with her thesis titled Sentiments, Networks, Literary Biography: Towards a Mesoanalysis of Cicero's Corpus. She analyzed Cicero's corpus and life through distant-reading techniques, including a stylometric analysis of Cicero's entire corpus, a sentiment analysis of his orations, and a hybrid network-and-sentiment analysis of his letters. In order to do this, she created a Latin sentiment lexicon influenced by Stoic theories. She is currently an Assistant Teaching Professor at Bowling Green State University.