My research use data science methods, especially network analysis and machine learning, to make humanistic inquiries.
I hope to explore and eventually develop methodologies specific to computational humanities, through a series of research projects and reflections.
This study reveals that women philosophers are simultaneously overrepresented, as demonstrated by the increasing prominence of feminist philosophy, and underrepresented, as they are often overlooked in discussions of the topics they have contributed to.
To highlight the ways in which concepts, like ziran (nature), are approached differently across philosophical schools, thinkers, and texts.
We are hoping to foster community and incubate research on Computational Humanities and Social Science at DKU.
With an integrated methods of close and distant reading, we found that underrepresented philosophers receive less credit and are less accessible on Wikipedia because their pages are systematically isolated.
What is interdisciplinarity? What are interdisciplinary curriculumn and major design? How do faculty and student researchers from various areas of study collaborate with each other? I started with the Natural and Applied Science Division and am expanding this work to the Arts and Humanities.