An ongoing series of projects designed to reframe the contents and significance of the 30,000
documents contained within the Papers of Thomas Jefferson Digital Edition, with the support of the Rotunda Press of the University of Virginia.
Publications related to this project include:
- Klein, L. “The Image of Absence: Archival Silence, Data Visualization, and James Hemings.”American Literature 85.4 (Winter 2013): 661-88.
- Eisenstein, J. and L. Klein. “Reading Thomas Jefferson with TopicViz: Towards a Thematic Method for Exploring Large Cultural Archives.” Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) Annual Meeting 2012. Vancouver: Scholarly and Research Communication, 2013.
- Klein, L. “Social Network Analysis and Visualization in ‘The Papers of Thomas Jefferson.’ Digital Humanities 2012. Hamburg: Hamburg University Press, 2012.
- Klein, L. “Archive.” Roundtable on “Critical Keywords in Early American Studies.” EarlyAmerican Literature 46.3 (Winter 2011): 626-34.
Contributors: Lauren Klein