I just published an essay, "British Women Writers, Big Data and Big Biography, 1780–1830," in the journal Women's Writing. The first 50 people who click on the link below may download a free copy. (Thanks for reading, and please use the link only if your library does not subscribe to the journal!)
If your library does subscribe, you should be able to access it through this link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09699082.2015.1011838
On the first day of our large-lecture Jane Austen course at ASU, ENG 364, we ask students to write down five words they associate with Jane Austen and make a Wordle. Then we do it again on the last day of class. Here are the results--always interesting! I love the emergence of "Regency" and "satire.(The fall of both Keira Knightley and romance do not upset me at all either.) Such a great semester with a great group of students.
Prof. Devoney Looser (Known to a few as Stone Cold Jane Austen).
©2017 Devoney Looser, Dept. of English, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287