Ryan Kennedy, Stefan Wojcik, and David Lazer. Improving election prediction internationally.” In Science, 2017.

Michael A. Neblo, William Minozzi, Kevin M. Esterling, Jon Green, Jonathon Kingzette, and David M. J. Lazer. The need for a translational science of democracy.” In Science, 2017.

Anikó Hannák, Claudia Wagner, David Garcia, Alan Mislove, Markus Strohmaier, and Christo Wilson.Bias in Online Freelance Marketplaces: Evidence from TaskRabbit and Fiverr.” In Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing.


Bailey, Moya. “Redefining Representation: Black Women’s Digital Media Production.” In Screen Bodies, 2016.

Bailey, Moya.Misogynoir in Medical Media: On Caster Semenya and R. Kelly.” In Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience, 2016.

Beauchamp, Nick. Predicting and Interpolating State-Level Polls Using Twitter Textual Data.” In American Journal of Political Science, 2016

Ryan Cordell. “What Has the Digital Meant to American Periodicals Scholarship?” In American Periodicals, 2016.

Benjamin Doyle, Elizabeth Hopwood, Jim McGrath, and Abby Mullen. Graduate Training Where Digital Scholarship and Early American Studies Meet.” In Common-place: The Journal of Early American Life, 2016.

Kriste Krstovski and David A. Smith. “Online multilingual topic models with multi-level hyperpriors.” In Proceedings of the Conference on Human Language Technology of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (HLT-NAACL), 2016.

Kriste Krstovski and David A. Smith. “Bootstrapping translation detection and sentence extraction from comparable corpora.” In Proceedings of the Conference on Human Language Technology of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (HLT-NAACL), 2016.

Kriste Krstovski, David A. Smith, and Michael Kurtz. “Automatic construction of evaluation sets and evaluation of document similarity models in large scholarly retrieval systems.” In AAAI Workshop on Scholarly Big Data, 2016.

Julia Flanders, Syd Bauman, and Sarah Connell. “XSLT.” and “Text Encoding with TEI.” In Doing Digital Humanities: Practice, Training, and Research, ed. Constance Crompton, Ray Siemens, and Richard Lane. Routledge Press. 2016.

Julia Flanders. The Shape of Data in Digital Humanities (co-editor, with Fotis Jannidis). Routledge Press. Under contract; anticipated publication 2016.

Julia Flanders and Fotis Jannadis. “Data Modeling.” In A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth. Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.

Benjamin M. Schmidt. “Modeling Time.” in The Shape of Data in Digital Humanities, ed. Julia Flanders and Fotis Jannidis. Routledge Press. Under contract; anticipated publication 2016.

Benjamin Schmidt. “Do digital humanists need to understand algorithms?” in Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016, ed. Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein. University of Minnesota Press, 2016.

Nils B. Weidmann, Suso Benitez-Baleato, Philipp Hunziker, Eduard Glatz, and Xenofontas Dimitropoulos.Digital discrimination: Political bias in Internet service provision across ethnic groups.” In Science, 2016.


Bailey, Moya. #transform(ing)DH Writing and Research: An Autoethnography of Digital Humanities and Feminist Ethics.” In Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2015.

Bailey, Moya and Shannon Miller. “When Margins Become Centered: Black Queer Women in Front and Outside of the Classroom.” In Feminist Formations, 2015.

Ryan Cordell. Reprinting, Circulation, and the Network Author in Antebellum Newspapers,” In American Literary History, 2015. 

Ryan Cordell, David Smith, and Abby Mullen. “Computational Methods for Uncovering Reprinted Texts in Antebellum Newspapers.” In American Literary History, 2015.

Julia Flanders. “Rethinking Collections.” In Repurposing the Digital Humanities, ed. Katherine Bode and Paul Arthur. Palgrave MacMillan, 2015.

Kriste Krstovski, David A. Smith, and Michael Kurtz. “Evaluating retrieval models through histogram analysis.” In Proceedings of the ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, 2015.

D. Lazer, A. Sokhey, M. Neblo, K. Esterling, R. Kennedy. “Expanding the Conversation: Multiplier Effects from a Deliberative Field Experiment,” In Political Communication, 2015.

D. Lazer. “The Rise of the Social Algorithm,” In Science, 2015.

Benjamin M. Schmidt. “Plot arceology: A vector-space model of narrative structure.” In 2015 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data), 2015.

David A. Smith, Ryan Cordell, and Abigail Mullen.Computational methods for uncovering reprinted texts in antebellum newspapers.” In American Literary History, 27(3), 2015.

John Wilkerson, David A. Smith, and Nick Stramp. “Tracing the flow of policy ideas on legislatures: A text reuse approach.” In American Journal of Political Science, 2015.



K. Boudreau , Guinan, E., Lakhani, K., Riedl, C. “Looking Across and Looking Beyond the Knowledge Frontier: Intellectual Distance and Resource Allocation in Science.” In Management Science, 2014.

A. Hannak, G. Soeller, D. Lazer, A. Mislove, C. Wilson. “Measuring Price Discrimination and Steering on E-Commerce Web Sites.” Proceedings of Internet Measurement Conference (IMC 2014). Vancouver, BC, Canada, November 2014.

D. Lazer, R. Kennedy, G. King, A. Vespignani. “The Parable of Google Flu: Traps in Big Data Analysis.” In Science, 2014.

Y. Lin, B. Keegan, D. Margolin, D. Lazer. “Rising Tides or Rising Stars?: Dynamics of Shared Attention on Twitter During Media Events.” In PLoS One, 2014.

S. McClurg, D. Lazer. “Political Networks.” In Social Networks, 2014. 

F. Nagle, C. Riedl “Online Word of Mouth and Product Quality Disagreement.” Best Paper Proceedings of the 2014 Academy of Management Meeting (top 10%), 2014, Philadelphia, PA.

Dietmar Offenhuber. “Infrastructure Legibility—a Comparative Study of Open311 Citizen Feedback Systems.” In Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2014. rsu001

Dietmar Offenhuber. “The Designer as Regulator—Design Patterns and Categorization in Citizen Feedback Systems.” In Proceedings of the 2014 Workshop on Big Data and Urban Informatics, 2014. Chicago, IL. 2014.

R. Ottoni, D. de Las Casaa, J.P. Pesce, W. Meira Jr, C. Wilson, A. Mislove, V.A. Fernanades de Almeida. “Of Pins and Tweets: Investigating how users behave across image- and text-based social networks.” International AAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM). Ann Arbor, MI, June, 2014.

David A. Smith, Ryan Cordell, Elizabeth Maddock Dillon, Nick Stramp, and John Wilkerson. “Detecting and modeling local text reuse.” In Proceedings of the ACM+IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, 2014.



Y. Altshuler, M. Fire, E. Shmueli, Y. Elovici, A. Bruckstein, A. Pentland, and D. Lazer. “The Social Amplifier—Reaction of Human Communities to Emergencies.” In The Journal of Statistical Physics, 2013.

A. Blasco, K. Boudreau, M. Menietti, C. Riedl. “Finding a Partner in the Crowd.” In Workshop on Information Systems and Economics (WISE). Milan, Italy. 2013.

L. Chen, C. Zhang, C. Wilson. “Tweeting Under Pressure: Analyzing Trending Topics and Evolving Word Choice on Sina Weibo.” In Proceedings of the 1st Annual ACM Confernce on Online Social Networks (COSN 2013). Boston, MA. October, 2013.

K. Esterling, M. Neblo, and D. Lazer. Connecting to Constituents: The Diffusion of Representation Practices among Congressional Websites.” In Political Research Quarterly, 2013.

Julia Flanders and Neil Fraistat, eds. Companion to Textual Scholarship. Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Julia Flanders and Scott Hamlin.TAPAS: Building a TEI Publishing and Repository Service.” In Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative 5, 2013.

Julia Flanders. “The Literary, the Humanistic, the Digital: Towards a Research Agenda for Digital Literary Studies.” In Literary Studies in the Digital Age: An Evolving Anthology, ed. Kenneth M. Price and Ray Siemens. Modern Language Association, 2013.

Julia Flanders. “The Productive Unease of 21st-century Digital Scholarship.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.3 (2009). Rpt in Defining Digital Humanities: A Reader, ed. Melissa Terras, Julianne Nyhan, and Edward Vanhoutte. Ashgate Publishing, 2013.

A. Hannak, P. Sapiezynski, A.M. Kakhki, B. Krishnamurthy, D. Lazer, A. Mislove, C. Wilson. “Measuring Personalization of Web Search.” In Proceedings of the 22nd International World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2013). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. May 2013.

Kriste Krstovski, David A. Smith, Hanna M. Wallach, and Andrew McGregor. “Efficient nearest-neighbor search in the probability simplex.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on the Theory of Information Retrieval (ICTIR), 2013.

Kriste Krstovski and David A. Smith. “Online polylingual topic models for fast document translation detection.” In Proceedings of the Workshop on Statistical Machine Translation, 2013.

Isabel Meirelles. Design for Information: An introduction to the histories, theories, and best practices behind effective information visualizations. Rockport Publishers. 2013. More info.

J.-P. Onella, B.Waber, A. Pentland, S. Schnorff, D. Lazer. “Using sociometers to quantify social interaction patterns.” In Nature Scientific Reports, 2013.

David A. Smith, Ryan Cordell, and Elizabeth Maddock Dillon. “Infectious texts: Modeling text reuse in nineteenth-century newspapers.” In IEEE Workshop on Big Data and the Humanities, 2013.



M. Binz-Scharf, D. Lazer, and I. Mergel. Searching for answers: Networks of Practice among Public Administrators.” American Review of Public Administration, 41(2), 2012: 202-225. Awarded best paper of the year in ARPA in 2012.

K. Esterling, M. Neblo, and D. Lazer. “Means, Motive, & Opportunity in Becoming Informed About Politics: A Deliberative Field Experiment with Members of Congress and Their Constituents.” In Public Opinion Quarterly 75, 2012: 483-503.

Julia Flanders. “Time, Labor, and ‘Alternate Careers’ in Digital Humanities Knowledge Work.” In Debates in the Digital Humanities, ed. Matthew K. Gold. University of Minnesota Press, 2012.

Julia Flanders. “Collaboration and Dissent: Challenges of Collaborative Standards for Digital Humanities.” In Collaborative Research in Digital Humanities, ed. Marilyn Deegan and Willard McCarty. Ashgate Publishing, 2012.

Jason Naradowsky, Tim Vieira, and David A. Smith. “Grammarless parsing for joint inference.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING), 2012.

Jason Naradowsky, Sebastian Riedel, and David A. Smith. “Improving NLP through maginalization of hidden syntactic structure.” In Proceedings of the Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing and Computational Natural Language Learning (EMNLP-CoNLL), 2012.

Yanchuan Sim, Noah A. Smith, and David A. Smith. “Discovering factions in the computational linguistics community.” In ACL Workshop on Rediscovering 50 Years of Discoveries, 2012.



K. Esterling, M. Neblo, and D. Lazer. Estimating Treatment Effects in the Presence of Noncompliance and Nonresponse: The Generalized Endogenous Treatment Model.” In Political Analysis, 2011.

K. Esterling, D. Lazer, and M. Neblo. Representative Communication: Website Interactivity & Distributional Path Dependence in the U.S. Congress.” Political Communication, 28, 2011: 409-439.

D. Lazer, I. Mergel, C. Ziniel, K. Esterling, and M. Neblo. “The multiple institutional logics of innovation.” International Public Management Journal, 14, 2011: 311-340.

D. Lazer. “Networks in Political Science: Back to the Future.” PS: Political Science & Politics, 44, 2011: 61-68.