I'm only tangentially familiar with the whole digital humanities and computational literary studies fields. This seems like a very damning take on the approach.
@jaranta If you'd be interested in a response, Scott W is one of the best-informed DH folks I know of. He seems to think that she makes some good points but her piece suffers from not engaging with DH's own history of critique: https://twitter.com/scott_bot/status/1111034030500265985?s=21
@foureyedsoul I am! Thanks for sharing!
@jaranta Speaking of responses, Critical Inquiry has a number of them now in an online forum: https://critinq.wordpress.com/2019/03/31/computational-literary-studies-a-critical-inquiry-online-forum/
@foureyedsoul Oh, thanks! Looking forward to reading the responses.
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