As Head of Digital Humanities, I oversee the Willson Center for Digital Humanities and match methods and tools with researchers, their data, and their skills. I build DH communities of practice across disciplines through colloquiums, reading groups, and teaching.
Adept at project management and shaping large projects into accomplishable objectives and establishing a timeline for all deliverables.
Sole resource for consulting on new projects, setting up new sites, identifying and testing new technologies, and fostering a DH community at UGA.
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 for inclusion in our DH Undergraduate Certificate.
PI for an NEH Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities, “Textual Data and Digital Texts in the Undergraduate Classroom” Reviewed grants internally and for granting agencies.
Mina Loy’s Network
A network analysis of Modernist artist and writer, Mina Loy, created from data collected from 3 schools in a simultaneous project over the course of a semester.
Crosscurrents of Modernism:
Translation and Transnational agents in Little Magazines
My research compares Latin American Little Magazines with those produced in England and the United States using translation as a proxy for international exchange.
Design Manager, Writer, and Speaker
Diane holds a Master’s in Design from Columbia University and is passionate about building effective teams, and leveraging design to create high growth products.
She currently manages designers at Dot. She has previously managed design teams at Arrow, cofounded a company that was acquired by Parenthesis, and spent a few years as a freelance designer.
Originally from Canada, she studied in Paris and London, worked in Singapore, and is now based in San Francisco. She loves books, yoga, and wine.
GET IN TOUCH
Diane is always available for side collaborations and talks worldwide. If you want to chat about design, books, wine, or anything else, don’t hesitate in reaching out.
Lessons from remote interviewing
What design mentees need
How to foster collaboration