A group of scholars at the University of Pennsylvania is working to make the skill of reading manuscript text a hallmark of the Japanese studies program at Penn.
School of Arts & Sciences
In the age of social media, people's inner lives are increasingly recorded through the language they use online. With this in mind, an interdisciplinary group of University of Pennsylvania researchers is interested in whether a computational analysis of this language can provide as much, or more, insight into their personalities as traditional methods used by psychologists, such as self-reported surveys and questionnaires.
John Dilulio of the School of Arts and Sciences shares his views on Philadelphia’s archdiocese.
John Jackson of the Annenberg School for Communication and the School of Arts and Sciences will discuss race relations at the Penn Lightbulb Café.
John L. Jackson, Richard Perry University Professor of Communication, Africana Studies and Anthropology kicks off this semester's Lightbulb Cafés on September 24 with “Practicing Impolite Conversations: Talking About Race, Religion, Politics, and Everything Else.”