About Ashley

About Ashley

Ashley R. Sanders is Vice Chair of the Digital Humanities Program at UCLA. She holds a Ph.D. in History with a specialization in Digital Humanities from Michigan State University and a B.S. in both History and Mathematics from Western Michigan University.  A comparative colonial historian, her research explores the development of settler colonies in the United States and French Algeria.  Her first publication, “A Study of the Teaching Methods of High School History Teachers,” appeared in The Social Studies, a peer reviewed journal, in 2008. Her most recent publications include "Silent No More: Women as Significant Political Intermedi...

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ACH 2021 Talk: Detecting Latent Textual Bias with Topic Modeling and Sentiment Analysis
21 Jul

ACH 2021 Talk: Detecting Latent Textual Bias with Topic Modeling and Sentiment Analysis

    Bias detection is an emerging area of research for digital humanists, comput...
Presentation @ 5th Islamicate Digital Humanities Network (IDHN) Conference
6 May

Presentation @ 5th Islamicate Digital Humanities Network (IDHN) Conference

The Islamicate Digital Humanities Network (IDHN) is a network of scholars with a research focus on I...
RSA 2021 Talk: Uncovering the History of Algerian Women in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire with Digital Tools
14 Apr

RSA 2021 Talk: Uncovering the History of Algerian Women in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire with Digital Tools

Abstract: Over the course of nearly 300 years, Ottoman and non-Ottoman governors, alike, struggled t...

Stats for Humanists | Winter 2021 Syllabus

Backward Design for Digital Project – Course Integration

What is Digital Scholarship? A Planning Workshop for CSU-Channel Islands

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