I'm a doctoral candidate in English literature at Washington University in St. Louis, where I specialize in early modern and Restoration literature, book history, and social network analysis. I use archival research and digital methods to investigate the ways in which material practices and social relationships shape literary texts, and my dissertation, Network Poetics: Studies in Early Modern Literary Collaboration, reflects these interests by examining collaborations driven by competition, affect, geographic space, and the print industry. I've been involved in a number of digital humanities projects and have experience in data analysis, natural language processing, machine learning, and web development using Python and JavaScript. I'm a sporadic Twitter user and even less frequent blogger, but those will both give you a fuller sense of my research interests. You can find an up-to-date CV here.

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