Digital Humanities

As Head of Digital Humanities at the University of Georgia, I oversaw the Willson Center for Digital Humanities and match methods and tools with researchers, their data, and their skills. I built DH communities of practice across disciplines through colloquiums, reading groups, and teaching.

Currently, I am the Humanities Computing Curriculum Specialist at the Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton University. I am designing a curricular path that combines data science and the humanities and supporting instructors to add computational units into their classes.

Program Administration

I led all aspects of the DIGI initiative, from pedagogy in undergraduate certificate, scheduling classes, managing graduate student assistants, designing workshops and planning our colloquium series, overseeing the affiliated faculty and providing assessment of the initiative to the university.

Grant Writing

I have participated in several grant funded projects, written grants for the NEH, NSF, and for public schools. I was a PI for an NEH Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities, “Textual Data and Digital Texts in the Undergraduate Classroom” and have reviewed grants internally and for granting agencies.

DH Pedagogy

I work with faculty to add a DH component to an existing class by matching the learning objectives and content with a DH method and tool. I also teach Intro to DH at Princeton and a grad student TA training course in DH pedagogy at the University of Georgia.

Project Scoping

Adept at project management and shaping large projects into accomplishable objectives and establishing a timeline for all deliverables.

Current Projects