I am especially interested in how digital tools can enhance humanities questions, as well as how humanities frameworks can shape imaginative new digital spaces. When I work and teach with digital tools, I am most interested in the relationship between the digital and the physical. This relationship informs my efforts to examine data as a form of “situated knowledge” and to experiment with how digital tools support new kinds of engagement with our literary archives.

Below you’ll find links to recent presentations and invited talks on my ongoing digital and experimental humanities work and digital pedagogy.

Tangible Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities Pedagogy Summer Institute
Connected Academics and Institute for Humanities Research
Arizona State University, May 2019
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(In)Tangible Violence: Poetry, Touch, and Critical Making
Digital Humanities and Social Engagement Program
Dartmouth College, April 2019
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Modeling Absence: Digital Text Analysis and Sexual Violence in Shakespeare’s Drama
University of Victoria, September 2018
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