I am a PhD candidate in the English department at Northeastern University, studying Digital Humanities and Rhetoric and Composition. Currently, I’m working on my dissertation, a teacher research study of a series of XML-based composition courses.
In the past, I’ve written about constructions and representations of community in crowdsourced digital archives. You can see that work in Computers and Composition, volume 40. I’ve also written for Digital Humanities Quarterly and Research in the Teaching of English. You can see a full list of my publications on my CV page.
I’ve recently completed a fellowship with Research in the Teaching of English, where I served as assistant editor for the 2015-16 academic year. In 2014-15, I was a graduate fellow with the NULab for texts, maps and networks, where I’ve worked on several DH projects: as a coordinator of TEI tutorials for the “TEI Institutes” project grant through the Women Writers Project, as a research assistant on the Viral Texts project, which seeks to uncover and map networks of reprinting in 19thC American periodicals; and as the project manager for the Boston City Archives Collection for Our Marathon: The Boston Bombing Digital Archive.