I gave a talk hosted by the Computer Science, Data Science, and Media Arts & Sciences departments at Wellesley College called "Visualizing Literary Creation: Frankenstein, Elizabeth Bishop, and the Digital Humanities" and held in the English department. Here is a description of the talk:

This talk will introduce two digital humanities projects that portray the process of literary creation. Summer of Darkness is an iOS app that tells the story of the summer that Frankenstein was written, and Mapping Bishop is a web-based geotemporal map that was produced for a study on place and poetics in Elizabeth Bishop’s work. The discussion will include the design processes for these projects and the “generative friction” that can occur when traveling between the “digital” and the “humanities.”