I am currently the Humanities Computing Curriculum Specialist at Princeton University with the Center for Digital Humanities. In this role, I develop undergraduate initiatives that increase interdisciplinary work at the intersections of the Humanities and Data Science.

Previously, I was the Head of Digital Humanities at the University of Georgia where I oversaw the Willson Center Digital Humanities Lab in a role that included advising, consulting and managing new digital projects, and outreach.

I was also a CLIR (Council on Library and Information Resources) Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities at Lafayette College. There I served as a liaison between the library’s Digital Scholarship Services team of developers and our faculty clients.

PhD Comparative LiteratureUniversity of Oregon 2014
New Media and Culture CertificateUniversity of Oregon 2014
M.A. EnglishClark University 2007
B.A. EnglishClark University 2003

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I’m originally from Massachusetts. I love snow, real pizza, real bagels, being surrounded by a diversity of language, and the speed of the Northeast.

Twitter: @EmMcGinn

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