Curriculum Vitae

Access the full version of my CV (updated October 2021).


Education

Cornell University

  • Ph.D. in Information Science
  • Advisors: Matthew Wilkens and David Mimno

Washington State University

  • M.A. English Literature (May 2019)
  • Thesis: “A Very Competent Justice”: Gender and Responsive Ethos in Supreme Court Opinions”
  • Advisor: Matthew Jockers

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Cultural analytics, rhetoric, data science, reception studies, recommendationsdigital humanities


Publications

Jockers, Matthew L, and Rosamond Thalken. Text Analysis With R: For Students of Literature. 2nd Edition. Springer. 2020, Print.


Teaching Experience

InstructorWashington State University

Fall 2020

  • DTC 475: Digital Diversity, 1 section

Summer 2020

  • DTC 475: Digital Diversity, 1 section
  • Womens_St 101: Introduction to Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, 1 section

Spring 2020

  • DTC 475: Digital Diversity, 1 section
  • DTC 375: Language, Texts, and Technology, 1 section
  • DTC 101: Introduction to Digital Technology and Culture, 1 section
  • ENGL 101: College Composition, 1 section

Fall 2019

  • DTC 475: Digital Diversity
  • ENGL 101: Introduction to Composition (3 sections)

Course Developer (Washington State University, Summer 2019-Fall 2019)

  • DTC 204: Introduction to Text Analysis (Global Campus)

Leadership Experience

President of the Information Science Graduate Student Association (Cornell University, 2021-2022)

First-Year-Focus Instructor (Washington State University, Fall 2019)

Writing Lincoln Initiative Coordinator (University of Nebraska, 2017 – 2018)

HASTAC Scholars Program Member (2017 – 2019)


Conference Presentations

Thalken, Rosamond, David Mimno, Matthew Wilkens. (July 2021). Constraints, Creativity, and Control: A Computational Analysis of Rhetoric in Supreme Court Opinions. Paper presented at The Association for Computers and the Humanities Conference, virtual.
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Thalken, Rosamond and Matthew L. Jockers (April 2019).  Gendered Judges. Paper presented at the Text Analysis and the Law Conference, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

Jockers, Matthew & Rosamond Thalken (January 2019). Individual Differences in Sentence-Level Processing. Paper presented at the 2019 Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois.

Thalken, Rosamond (November 2018). Dissenting Women: Studying Gender and Syntax in Supreme Court Opinions. Paper presented at the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, Chicago, Illinois.

Jockers, Matthew & Rosamond Thalken (October 2017). An fMRI Analysis of Reading Sentiment. Project presented at the Access: NovelTM 2017 Workshop, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Rilett, Beverley & Rosamond Thalken (October 2017). The Creative Commons Philosophy: When We Share, Everyone Wins. Paper presented at the European Studies Conference, Omaha, Nebraska.

Thalken, Rosamond (February 2017). The George Eliot Review Digitization Project: A Transatlantic Collaboration. Project presented at the University of Nebraska Red Talk Speaker Series, Lincoln, Nebraska.