Doctor Michael Falk
Dean's Unit - School Of Humanities & Comm Arts
I am a literary critic and digital humanist, currently working as Developer and Research Project Manager in the Digital Humanities Research Group. In this role, I assist scholars to realise their aspirations by devising tools, developing web content and performing data analysis for their projects. Key projects at the moment include Mapping Print, Charting Enlightenment, a major digital study of eighteenth-century book history, Waves of Words, an international, multidisciplinary study of contact between Australia and the Pacific in prehistory, Repair 3.0, a study of repair cultures in Parramatta and beyond, and Howit and Fison's Archive, a collaborative project with Aboriginal peoples of Victoria to conserve their linguistic and cultural heritage. I also help to manage these projects, so that our scholars can focus on what they do best: scholarship.
I have a varied background in project management, education and academia, and have worked across the public and private sectors.
I hold a PhD in English Literature from the University of Kent. My thesis was a study of Romantic literature, using a range of text analysis techniques to reveal different aspects of the form and style of multiple Romantic writers. In my own time I still pursue this research, and am an active researcher in colonial Australian literature.
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- PhD University of Kent
- Association for the Study of Australian Literature (2017)
- European Digital Humanities Organisation (2015)
- British Association for Romantic Studies (2014)
- Romantic Studies Association of Australasia (RSAA) (2012)
- Digital Humanities
- Australian literature & other postcolonial literatures in Enlish
- Machine Learning
- Natural language processing
- Web Design, Development and Information Architecture
Organisational Unit (School / Division)
- Dean's Unit - School Of Humanities & Comm Arts
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