Washington University in St. Louis
Six Degrees of Francis Bacon
Carnegie Mellon University
calendar year 2017
English and American Literature
"The Multivocal Monody: Milton and the Poetics of Justa Edouardo King."
Forthcoming in Milton Studies.
"Reassembling the Bacon: Crowdsourcing Historical Social Networks in the Redesign of Six Degrees of Francis Bacon."
Forthcoming in Social Knowledge Creation in the Humanities Vol. 2.
New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies Series.
Iter Press, 2019.
"Review of Theatre, Community, and Civic Engagement in Jacobean London by Mark Bayer."
The Shakespeare Newsletter,
with Anupam Basu
E. Lit. 395C Shakespeare
Washington University, Spring 2017.
with Joseph Loewenstein
E. Lit. 498W The Spenser Lab
Washington University, Fall 2016.
Washington University, Fall 2014.
E. Lit. 461 Imagining Tyrannicide, Remembering Regicide
Steven Zwicker and Derek Hirst
Washington University, Spring 2016.
"Hidden Authorial Labor in the Early Modern Social Network."
Issues in Digital Humanities Speaker Series.
, November 2017.
"Tracking Print Culture with Named-Entity Recognition."
PyLing Python Linguistics Group.
University of Pittsburgh, October 2017.
"Dedication Networks and Political Crisis: Print Collaboration in the English Revolution."
DH Faculty Research Group.
Carnegie Mellon University, September 2017.
"Personified Maps and Social Networks in *Poly-Olbion*."
Renaissance Society of America, April 2017.
see full cv.
During calendar year 2017, I was postdoctoral research fellow for Six Degrees of Francis Bacon, an early modern network analysis project at Carnegie Mellon University, where I managed data, oversaw the project's preservation, and coordinated the site's major redesign effort. The fellowship is a part of my larger interest in and experience with the digital humanities, both at CMU and WashU, where I've worked on networks, natural language processing, topic modeling, machine learning, and more.
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