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Lieu, Temps, Réseau. La modélisation des géographies littéraires du moyen âge francais

Wrisley, David Joseph

This presentation (slides in French) was created for the "Interfaces numériques" strand of the 9th Frankoromanistentag held in Münster, Germany (see https://www.romanistik.de/for/2202).  I begin with the evolving notion of an interface in two works of Milad Doueihi and I assert the basic fact that a map has always been a kind of interface.  Digital mapping is no different.  I present my two corpora (a spatial dataset and a text base of medieval French) and some visualizations (faceted and comparative), some network visualizations of place and conclude with some comments on community-sourced gazetteers.

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