Feb 282014

“I’m looking at ways to maybe write the field, to re-write the field, and to continue to write the field. To update it essentially, to continue pushing for its visibility, but to do so in ways that ever so slightly estrange it from—and maybe even estrange it radically in some cases from—the ways it’s been written in the past.” -Derek Mueller

Derek explores networks of discourse made visual by mapping methods.

“map” photo credit zabdiel

Episode 19 features an interview with Derek Mueller on exploring scholarly and discourse networks through text mining and visualization methods that make visible disciplinary patterns and relationships.

To read a PDF of the full transcript, please download it here: Transcript for Episode 19.

The music sampled in this podcast is Chris Zabriskie’s “Readers! Do You Read?,” “Is That You or Are You You?,” and “Mario Bava Sleeps in a Little Later Than He Expected To.”

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