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Peer-Reviewed Chapters and Articles (English Literature and Digital Humanities)

“The Double Bind of Validation: Distant Reading and the Digital Humanities’ ‘Trough of Disillusionment.'” Literature Compass (1 August 2017), DOI: 10.1111/lic3.12402

Julian Brooke, Adam Hammond, Graeme Hirst. “Using Models of Lexical Style to Quantify Free Indirect Discourse in Modernist Fiction.” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 32.2 (June 2017): 234–250.

Adam Hammond, Julian Brooke, Graeme Hirst. “Modeling Modernist Dialogism: Close Reading with Big Data.” Reading Modernism with Machines: Digital Humanities and Modernist Literature, eds. Shawna Ross and James O’Sullivan (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016): 49–78.

“Equivocal Heaven: Toronto, Paris, and the Divine City in Wyndham Lewis and Sheila Watson.” Translocated Modernisms: Paris and Other Lost Generations, eds. Emily Ballantyne, Marta Dvorak, and Dean Irvine (University of Ottawa Press, 2016): 197–216.

“Excellent Internationalists: How Canada Influenced Wyndham Lewis, and How Sheila Watson and Marshall McLuhan Turned Lewis into an Influence.” Counterblasting Canada: Into the Social and Intellectual Vortex of Marshall McLuhan, Sheila Watson and Wilfred Watson, eds. Gregory Betts, Paul Hjartarson, and Kristine Smitka (University of Alberta Press, 2016): 58–83.

“Through Fields of Cacophonous Modern Masters: James Baldwin and New Critical Modernism.” Rereading the New Criticism, eds. Miranda Hickman and John McIntyre (Ohio State University Press, 2012): 149-165.

“The Honest and Dishonest Critic: Style and Substance in Mikhail Bakhtin’s ‘Discourse in the Novel’ and Erich Auerbach’s Mimesis.” Style 45.4 (Winter 2011): 638-653.

Peer-Reviewed Articles and Conference Proceedings (Computer Science)

Julian Brooke, Adam Hammond, Graeme Hirst. “Distinguishing Voices in The Waste Land Using Computational Stylistics.” Linguistic Issues in Language Technology 12.2 (October 2015): 1-43.

Julian Brooke, Adam Hammond, Graeme Hirst. “GutenTag: an NLP-driven Tool for Digital Humanities Research in the Project Gutenberg Corpus.” Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Literature (North American Association for Computational Linguistics, June 2015): 1-6.

Adam Hammond, Julian Brooke, Graeme Hirst. “A Tale of Two Cultures: Bringing Literary Analysis and Computational Linguistics Together.” Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Literature (North American Association for Computational Linguistics, June 2013): 1-8.

Julian Brooke, Graeme Hirst, Adam Hammond. “Clustering Voices in The Waste Land.” Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Literature (North American Association for Computational Linguistics, June 2013): 41-46.

Julian Brooke, Adam Hammond, Graeme Hirst. “Unsupervised Stylistic Segmentation of Poetry with Change Curves and Extrinsic Features.” Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Literature (North American Association for Computational Linguistics, June 2012): 26-35.

Review Essays

“Why is Karl Ove Knausgaard’s My Struggle so staggeringly good?” Review of Dancing in the Dark: My Struggle, Book 4The Globe and Mail, Books section (1 May 2015).

“Only Disconnect.” Review of The End of Absence: Reclaiming What We’ve Lost in a World of Constant Connection by Michael Harris. Literary Review of Canada 22.9 (November 2014): 6-8.

“Books aren’t going anywhere – despite the threat of robot sonneteers.” Review of The Edge of the Precipice: Why Read Literature in the Digital Age?, ed. Paul Socken and From Literature to Biterature by Peter Swirski. The Globe and Mail, Books section (21 December 2013): R13. Full page, 1,600-word review essay on front page of holiday edition of the Books section.

“Book Is Here.” Review of Book Was There by Andrew Piper. Literary Review of Canada 21.1 (January/February 2013): 22-23.

“How Faber’s iPad App Rescues Eliot’s Masterpiece from the Waste Land of Print.” Toronto Review of Books (17 April 2012). Web.  Nominated for National Magazine Award, “Arts and Entertainment” category, 2013. Repr. in Toronto Review of Books: Tasting Menu, eds. Jessica Duffin Wolfe and Candice F. Chung (Toronto Review of Books, 2013): 53–60.

Literary Journalism

“Self Condemned: Wyndham Lewis hated his native Canada, but his ideas helped shape the nation.” The Walrus 7:8 (October 2010): 78-81. Nominated for National Magazine Award, “Best New Writer” category, 2011.

Travel Journalism

“Crusing for the 1%.” Article about the discomforts of living out someone else’s version of “luxury.” Note keywords approach to travel journalism. The Globe and Mail, Travel section (10 December 2016). [PDF]

“In search of Monaco’s middle class.” Article about looking for — and not finding — normal life in Monaco. The Globe and Mail, Travel section (24 September 2016). [PDF]

“A visit to the world of Twin Peaks is still possible.” Article about sniffing out all the original Twin Peaks filming locations in the greater Seattle area. The Globe and Mail, Travel section (19 April 2016). [PDF]

“Vast wetlands, wide open spaces: Explore Japan’s most laid-back island.” Article on a cruise around Hokkaido in Japan. The Globe and Mail, Travel section (3 October 2015). [PDF]

“Bet you never thought of a European beach holiday here.” Article on beach vacations in the Polish Baltic. The Globe and Mail, Travel section (4 May 2015). [PDF] The Canadian Polish community responded enthusiastically.

“Quicksand! Volcanoes! Shipwrecks! No cruise is boring in the South Pacific.” Second of two articles about a month-long trans-Pacific cruise. The Globe and Mail, Travel section (9 January 2015). [PDF]

“Booze cruiser or continent hopper? What type of cruise citizen are you?” First of two articles about a month-long trans-Pacific cruise. The Globe and Mail, Travel section (24 November 2014). [PDF]

“Long live this urban Aussie underdog.” Article about being shown around Brisbane, Australia by my hero, Robert Forster of the legendary Go-Betweens. A highlight of my life. The Globe and Mail, Travel section (16 September 2014). [PDF]

“You think you’re adventurous, but can you handle Marrakesh?” Article about not enjoying a two-week trip to Morocco. The Globe and Mail, Travel section (9 June 2014). [PDF]

“The hipster’s guide to cruising.” Article about the unexpected pleasures of… taking a trans-Atlantic cruise (sorry, not that kind of hipster cruising.) The Globe and Mail, Travel section (25 January 2014). [PDF]