Associate Professor of Digital Humanities, Arts and Humanities
Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
A.B. University of Chicago; MA/Ph.D. Princeton University
David Wrisley is a comparative medievalist and digital humanist. His research straddles the domains of late medieval court culture, Mediterranean studies, multilingual corpora analysis and the spatial humanities. He founded and organized the first digital humanities training institute in the Middle East in Beirut in 2015.
El Khatib, R.; El Zini, J.; Wrisley, D.J.; Jaber, M.; Elbassuoni, S. (2016) TopoText: Interactive Digital Mapping of Literary Text. In COLING 2016, 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Proceedings of the Conference System Demonstrations, December 11-16, 2016, Osaka, Japan.
Wrisley, D.J. (forthcoming). The Literary Geographies of Christine de Pizan. MLA Approaches to Teaching – The Works of Christine de Pizan, Ed. A. Tarnowski. Link to companion geo-data set: https://zenodo.org/record/35350
Richards, E.J., Wrisley, D.J., Dulac, L. (forthcoming) The Different Styles of Christine de Pizan: An Initial Stylometric Analysis. Le Moyen Français.
Jänicke, S., Wrisley, D.J. (2016). Visualizing Mouvance: Towards an Alignment of Medieval Vernacular Text Traditions. Association of Digital Humanities Organizations DH2016 Abstracts. Link to abstract: http://dh2016.adho.org/abstracts/396
Wrisley, D. J. (2016). Modeling the Transmission of al-Mubashshir Ibn Fātik’s Mukhtār al-Ḥikam in Medieval Europe: Some Initial Data-Driven Explorations. Journal of Religion Media and Digital Culture 5(1): 228-257. Link to article: https://www.jrmdc.com/journal/article/view/81