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 Literature||University of Oregon 2014|
|New Media and Culture Certificate||University of Oregon 2014|
|M.A. English||Clark University 2007|
|B.A. English||Clark University 2003|
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.