• Bamman, David and Noah Smith, “Contextualized Sarcasm Detection on Twitter,” ICWSM 2015. [pdf]
  • Bamman, David and Noah Smith, “Unsupervised Discovery of Biographical Structure in Text,” Transactions of the ACL (October 2014). [pdf] [synopsis] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, Jacob Eisenstein and Tyler Schnoebelen, “Gender Identity and Lexical Variation in Social Media,” Journal of Sociolinguistics 18.2 (2014). [article] [preprint] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, Ted Underwood and Noah Smith, “A Bayesian Mixed Effects Model of Literary Character,” ACL 2014. [pdf] [synopsis] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, Chris Dyer and Noah Smith, “Distributed Representations of Geographically Situated Language,” ACL 2014. [pdf] [synopsis] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, Brendan O’Connor and Noah Smith, “Learning Latent Personas of Film Characters,” ACL 2013. [pdf] [data] [code] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, Adam Anderson, and Noah Smith, “Inferring Social Rank in an Old Assyrian Trade Network,” Digital Humanities (2013) [ArXiv]
  • Schneider, Nathan, Brendan O’Connor, Naomi Saphra, David Bamman, Manaal Faruqui, Jason Baldridge, Noah A. Smith, and Chris Dyer, “A Framework for (Under)specifying Dependency Syntax without Overloading Annotators,” In Proceedings of the ACL Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW 2013), Sofia, Bulgaria, August 2013. [Extended version]
  • Bamman, David, Brendan O’Connor and Noah A. Smith, “Censorship and Deletion Practices in Chinese Social Media,” First Monday 17.3 (March 2012). [html] [bib]
  • O’Connor, Brendan, David Bamman and Noah A. Smith, “Computational Text Analysis for Social Science: Model Assumptions and Complexity,” NIPS Workshop on Computational Social Science and the Wisdom of Crowds (2011). [pdf] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, and Gregory Crane, “Measuring Historical Word Sense Variation,” in: Proceedings of the 11th ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2011). Runner up, Best Paper Award. [pdf] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, and Gregory Crane, “The Ancient Greek and Latin Dependency Treebanks,” in: Caroline Sporleder, Antal van den Bosch and Kalliopi Zervanou (eds.), Language Technology for Cultural Heritage (Springer, 2011). [pdf] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, “Mapping the Demographics of American English with Twitter,” Language Log, May 18, 2010. [html]
  • Bamman, David, Alison Babeu, and Gregory Crane, “Transferring Structural Markup Across Translations Using Multilingual Alignment and Projection,” in: Proceedings of the 10th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2010). Winner, Best Paper Award. [pdf] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, Francesco Mambrini and Gregory Crane, “An Ownership Model of Annotation: The Ancient Greek Dependency Treebank,” in: Proceedings of the Eighth International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT8) (Milan, Italy: 2009). [pdf] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, and Gregory Crane, “Computational Linguistics and Classical Lexicography,” Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.1 (2009). [html] [bib]
  • Bamman, David, Marco Passarotti and Gregory Crane, “A Case Study in Treebank Collaboration and Comparison: Accusativus cum Infinitivo and Subordination in Latin,” Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics 90 (2008). [pdf] [bib]
  • Bamman, David and Gregory Crane, “The Logic and Discovery of Textual Allusion,” in: Proceedings of the 2008 LREC Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage Data (LaTeCH 2008). [pdf] [bib]
  • Bamman, David and Gregory Crane, “Building a Dynamic Lexicon from a Digital Library,” in: Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2008). [pdf] [bib]

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