Research

Publications and Presentations

I. Stewart, Diyi Yang, Jacob Eisenstein. 2020. Characterizing Collective Attention via Descriptor Context in Public Discussions of Crisis Events. ICWSM. [paper] [video]

I. Stewart. 2019. How natural language processing should serve LGBTQ people. Queer in AI Workshop, NeurIPS. [poster] [blog]

I. Stewart, René Flores, Tim Riffe, Ingmar Weber, Emilio Zagheni. 2019. Rock, Rap, or Reggaeton?: Assessing Mexican Immigrants’ Cultural Assimilation Using Facebook Data. WebConf. [paper] [poster]

I. Stewart, J. Eisenstein. 2018. Making “fetch” happen: The influence of social and linguistic context on nonstandard word growth and decline. EMNLP. [paper] [code] [slides] [video]

I. Stewart, Y. Pinter, J. Eisenstein. 2018. Sí o no, ¿què penses? Catalonian independence and linguistic identity on social media. NAACL. [paper] [code] [slides (NAACL)] [video (NAACL)] [slides (AACL)]

I. Stewart, S. Chancellor, M. De Choudhury, J. Eisenstein. 2017. #anorexia, #anarexia, #anarexyia: Characterizing Online Community Practices with Orthographic Variation. 5th International Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Social Media. [paper] [slides]

I. Stewart, J. Eisenstein. 2017. Social and distributional predictors of the success of lexical innovations in online writing. New Ways of Analyzing Variation 46 (NWAV 46). [abstract] [poster]

F. Hohman, S. Soni, I. Stewart, J. Stasko. 2017. A Viz of Ice and Fire: Exploring Entertainment Video Using Color and Dialogue. 2nd Workshop on Visualization for the Digital Humanities at IEEE VIS. [paper]

I. Stewart, D. Arendt, E. Bell, S. Volkova. 2017. Measuring, Predicting and Visualizing Short-Term Change in Word Representation and Usage in VKontakte Social Network. ICWSM. [poster] [short] [full]

I. Stewart, J. Eisenstein. 2017. #thighgap to #thyghgapp: Incrementation of orthographic variation on Instagram. Diversity and Variation in Language 1 (DiVar 1). Atlanta, GA. [slides]

E. Stickgold, B. Skarin, I. Stewart, C. Lofdahl. 2015. Extending generative models of large scale networks. 24th Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRiMS). [paper]

I. Stewart. 2015. We some young kings: Communities, age, and African American English online. Annual Meeting of the American Dialect Society (ADS). Portland, Oregon. [poster]

I. Stewart. 2014. Now we stronger than ever: African American syntax on Twitter. EACL. [paper]