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Paul Fortier Prize Recipients

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2019Utrecht University, Utrecht, NetherlandsAriane Pinche, Jean-Baptiste Camps, and Thibault ClériceEcole nationale des chartes, France; Université Lyon 3Stylometry for Noisy Medieval Data: Evaluating Paul Meyer’s Hagiographic Hypothesis.”
2019Utrecht University, Utrecht, NetherlandsSean A. YeagerOhio State UniversityVisualizing the Temporal Space of Narratives.”
2018El Colegio de México, La Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico City, Mexico

Anna Neovesky and Frederic von Vlahovits

Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz“IncipitSearch – Interlinking Musicological Repositories”
2017McGill University, Montréal, CanadaRyan Heuser
Amanda Licastro
Stanford University
Stevenson University
“Word Vectors in the Eighteenth Century”
“Teaching Empathy Through Virtual Reality”
2016Jagiellonian University, Kraków, PolandMarine Riguet and Suzanne MpouliUniversité Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) and Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France“À la Croisée des Discours Littéraire et Scientifique : La Comparaison comme Haute Figure Dialogique”
2015University of Western Sydney, AustraliaMicki KaufmanCity University of New York, USA
“‘Everything on Paper Will Be Used Against Me’: Quantifying Kissinger”
2014University of Lausanne – EPFL, SwitzerlandMarie SaldanaUniversity of California, Los Angeles“An Integrated Approach to the Procedural Modeling of Ancient Cities and Buildings”
2013University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, USACourtney Evans and Ben JasnowUniversity of Virginia, USA“Mapping Homer’s Catalogue of Ships”
2012University of Hamburg, Hamburg,
Marc AlexanderUniversity of Glasgow, UK“Patchworks and Field-Boundaries: Visualizing the History of English”
2011Stanford University, USAScott Weingart and Jeana JorgensenIndiana University, USA“Computational Analysis of Gender and the Body in European Fairy Tales.”
2010King’s College London, UKMaciej EderPedagogical University, Krakow, Poland“Does Size Matter? Authorship Attribution, Small Samples, Big Problem.”