Kenneth Sherwood’s article “Distanced Sounding: ARLO as a Tool for the Analysis and Visualization of Versioning Phenomena Within Poetry Audio” has been published by Jacket 2, a serial sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing.
In “Distanced Sounding,” Sherwood outlines a research program for applying machine learning and computation to large-scale questions posed by digital archives.
The article is available online and contributes to a series of working papers on experimental digital analyses of poetry audio.
Sherwood is associate professor of English at IUP and codirector of the Center for Digital Humanities and Culture. He teaches poetics, avant-garde writing, and digital humanities in the doctoral program for Literature and Criticism.
Department of English