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One Loveheart at a Time: The Language of Emoji and the Building of Affective Community in the Digital Medieval Studies Environment

@article{Evalyn2020OneLA,
  title={One Loveheart at a Time: The Language of Emoji and the Building of Affective Community in the Digital Medieval Studies Environment},
  author={Lawrence Evalyn and C. E. M. Henderson and Julia King and Jessica Lockhart and Laura Mitchell and Suzanne Conklin Akbari},
  journal={Digit. Humanit. Q.},
  year={2020},
  volume={14}
}
The Old Books, New Science (OBNS) Lab began using Slack in May 2016 to facilitate the work of a diverse research group at the University of Toronto. Yet the OBNS Slack does not simply facilitate scholarly communication: it also serves as a powerful affective network, bringing together scholars in new and sometimes unexpected configurations. The affective language of emoji is fundamental to the growth of this community. Lab members coin new emoji that are taken up by the community eagerly, many… 
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