Quiz CALC Lit Crit-2
CALC - Computer Assisted Literary Criticism
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1. Which of the following article in written by Matthew G. Kirschenbaum?
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4. Match the quote with the writer/speaker:
Presentation: What is DH and A New Computer Assisted Literary Criticism.
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He correctly points out that the computer can only augment the critics' judgment, not replace it, but he makes a convincing case that such augmentation is of value.
He succinctly expresses a division of literary critical and scholarly work into two chief categories: what he terms "Lower Criticism," which is chiefly textual and bibliographical in nature, and "Higher Criticism, “which is typified by interpretive studies.
He explores the notion of the "performance crux"- a moment, puzzling to the director and actors, that calls for some kind of stage business to justify or explain action - in the surviving texts of many of Shakespeare's plays.
she continues concern with the scholarly electronic edition, beginning with the observation that the majority of literary archives in electronic form within have been conceived more as digital libraries than disquisitions that utilise the medium as a site of interpretation- tracing this situation to the underlying philosophy of texts and textuality
John Smith
Michael Best
Susan Schreibman
Tim William Machan
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8. Who is writer of 'Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History'?
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9. Who wrote about 'Ergodic Discourse' in the study of texts like video games?
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6. Match the name of the article with the writer:
Presentation - as above
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Raymond Siemens
John Smith
Tim William Machan
Michael Best
Susan Schreibman
A New Computer Assisted Literary Criticism
The Text of Performance and the Performance of Text in the Electronic Edition 
Computer Criticism
Computer-mediated Texts and Textuality: Theory and Practice
Medieval Literature: Texts and Interpretation
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5. Match with the writer:
Presentation: What is DH and A New Computer Assisted Literary Criticism.
4 points
William Winder
Tamsie Van Pelt
Marshall Soules
Geoffrey Rockwell
we can anticipate the direction of critical studies to be radically altered by the sheer size of the economic stakes implied by a new kind of text, the industrial text which lies at the centre of an information society. 
She surveys the shift from humanist, to anti-humanist, to posthumanist assumptions in literary critical circles and questions whether today's computing environments can still be approached through late twentieth century anti-humanist theories or whether electronic texts demand new, media-specific analyses.
Drawing on contemporary performance theory, literary criticism, and communication theory, he proposes that technologists, academics, and artists are developing idiomatic rhetorics to explore the technical and expressive properties of the new "language machines" and their hypertextual environments.
He develops a topology of computer games and a theory, based on Bakhtin's poetics of the novel, that views them as rhetorical artifacts well-suited for critical study. 
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2. Which of the following article in written by Raymond G. Siemens?
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10. Whose study in Digital Humanities is published as 'Culturonomics: Uncharted: Big Data as a Lens on Human Culture'?
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15. Computer Poetry is . . . .
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16. Who gave TED talk on 'Can a computer write Poetry?'
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13. Which of the following/s are the finding/s of Matthew Jockers as published in 'Macroanalysis'?
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3. What is DH?
DH = Digital Humanities; Humanities Computing (Matthew G. Kirschenbaum)
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11. Which of the following are the reasons given by Matthew G. Kirschenbaum to explain what is DH doing in English Departments?
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Study this image and answer question no. 14
14. Which of the following research scholar's finding is this above given (Science vs Religion) image? What does it say?
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7. Match with writer with the title of the articles:
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Industrial Text and French Neo-structuralism
The Question Concerning Theory: Humanism, Subjectivity, and Computing
Animating the Language Machine: Computers and Performance
Gore Galore: Literary Theory and Computer Games
Mutability, Medium, and Character
Geoffrey Rockwell
Dene Grigar
Marshall Soules
William Winder
Tamsie Van Pelt
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12. What is VOOK?
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How to keep human bias out of AI
Can we protect AI from our biases
Robin Hauser
Kirti Sharma
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