Scholarly publications

Measuring the Uneven Digitization of Historical Literature. Digital Humanities conference proceedings, 2023.

(PDF) Romantic Reconfigurations in the Poetry of Charlotte Smith, William Wordsworth, and William Gilbert. Cluster review of three monographs for Eighteenth Century Fiction 35.3 (2023).

Database Representations of English Literature, 1789–99, my Ph.D. dissertation, 2022.

One Loveheart Emoji at a Time: The Building of Affective Community in a Digital Medieval Studies Lab. Lawrence Evalyn, C.E.M. Henderson, Julia King, Jessica Lockhart, Laura Mitchell, and Suzanne Conklin Akbari. Digital Humanities Quarterly 14.3 (2020).

Theatrical Genre Prediction Using Social Network Metrics. Manisha Shukla, Susan Gauch, and Lawrence Evalyn. Knowledge Discovery and Information Retrieval conference proceedings, 2018.

(PDF) Analyzing Social Networks of XML Plays: Exploring Shakespeare’s Genres. Lawrence Evalyn, Susan Gauch, and Manisha Shukla. Digital Humanities conference proceedings, 2018.

Para-academic writing

The Ecology of Databases, interview for The Women's Print History Project Monthly Mercury podcast, episode 6 of season 2, 17 November 2021.

Have an Expert Do it By Hand, Cultural Analytics blog, 27 October 2021.

Remarks & Sentiments, my intermittent blog. Some highlights:

(PDF) White paper: Gaps in Digital Research Infrastructure for Canadian Digital Humanities Researchers. White paper for the Canadian federal government, 14 December 2020. Lawrence Evalyn, Elizabeth Parke, Patrick Keilty, and Elspeth Brown, with 37 signatories.

Troubleshooting an assignment that almost worked, Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory, 21 August 2018.

Exploring the Middle East with Lady Hester Stanhope, interview with Professor Hélène Palma for Cosmopolitanism in the Archive, 16 October 2017.

Review of "The Value of the Non-Evaluative: Rethinking Faculty Observation" by Erica Campell, Structuring Equality: Handbook for Student-Centered Learning Collaborative Book Review, Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory, 8 May 2017.

Public writing

Wikipedia Good Articles

The Gothic Novel 1790 – 1830: Index to Motifs, The Toast, 15 September 2014.

100 Actual Titles of Real Eighteenth-Century Novels, The Toast, 6 August 2014.