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🚀 Greetings

I'm Lincoln Mullen. I am a historian of American religion and the nineteenth-century United States, often using computational methods for texts and maps. I am history faculty at George Mason University, and Director of Computational History at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (@CHNM on GitHub).

My work on GitHub mostly involves my research projects. These are usually data analytical projects, but I have also developed some software packages. To give you a quick tour of the highlights:

You can find me at various places around the internet:


  1. americas-public-bible americas-public-bible Public

    Code, data, and website for "America's Public Bible: A Commentary"

    R 11 1

  2. cchc cchc Public

    America's Public Bible for Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud

    Go 6 1

  3. civil-procedure-codes civil-procedure-codes Public

    Analysis repository for "The Spine of American Law: Digital Text Analysis and U.S. Legal Practice"

    HTML 18 7

  4. legal-modernism legal-modernism Public

    Law and legal practice modernized in the nineteenth-century United States. We are studying and visualizing the history of the modernization of American law.

    Jupyter Notebook 4

  5. ropensci/textreuse ropensci/textreuse Public

    Detect text reuse and document similarity

    R 191 33

  6. chnm/relec-website chnm/relec-website Public

    The website for the American Religious Ecologies project at RRCHNM

    JavaScript 3