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Tools to explore histories of racism, civil rights and social inequalities

Gale Digital Scholar Lab uses high-powered text analysis and visualization tools to mine historical material found in the Gale Primary Sources database.  

In this webinar, example topics like Black America and the Law will be used to showcase how the lab can create and analyze custom content sets from archives like Crime, Punishment & Popular Culture, Archives of Sexuality and Gender, Women’s Studies, Making of Modern Law and The Times Digital.

Pairing the lab’s computational analysis tools with high-quality content from Gale Primary Sources, allows researchers to identify previously undiscovered data, test theories and provide solutions to issues and challenges society is facing today. 

Presenter: Damian Almeida from Gale, a Cengage Company. 

Date:
Thursday 2 July 2020
Time:
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Location:
Online
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