Assistant Professor of Art and Art History Kathryn Desplanque spoke to Dr. Ahalt about her experience as a humanist who has woven data science methods into her research and how the new School of Data Science and Society can support … Continued
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By Jayasree Jaganatha, Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) – Notes, takeaways, and resources from our inaugural event (featuring Kathryn Desplanque, Corbin Jones, and Timothy Shea) – On January 26, 2022, Carolina Data Science Now launched its seminar series, which will strive … Continued
Please join us for three lightning talks by professors and researchers in UNC-Chapel Hill’s academic community, centered around how data science is used in a broad range of disciplines. These talks will be followed by a guided panel and an … Continued
Kathryn Desplanque spoke on her core book project, “Inglorious Artists: Art-World Satire and the Market Economy for Art, 1750-1850,” which examines a corpus of 530 satirical images of artistic life in Paris published between 1750 and 1850.