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Poster “The 19th-Century US Data Imaginary” (Conference on “Society through the Lens of the Digital,” Hannover)
Paper “Reading With an Index: Power’s ‘Diagram and Statistical Record’ and the Emerging Data Imaginary” (Workshop on “American Media/Knowledge at the Turn of the 20th Century,” Berlin)
Paper “Interactive Reading: Nineteenth-Century Databases as Narratively Liminal Symbolic Form” (ISSN Convention, Amsterdam)
Paper “The Law as Algorithm: Legal Discourse and the Rhetoric of Data in Nineteenth-Century Abolitionism” (GAAS Convention, Osnabrück) ▶ Forthcoming later in 2017 in the conference volume in the American Studies - A Monograph Series series with Winter Verlag, Heidelberg.
Paper “Early Big Data” (Regional Colloquium, Dresden)
Archival Research at the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MA.