Amy Lowell Letters Project
with Dr. Melissa Bradshaw (Loyola University Chicago)
>> The Amy Lowell Letters Project transcribes, annotates, and encodes letters written by poet Amy Lowell, archived in her collected papers at Harvard University’s Houghton Library.
De-Archiving Dickinson’s Birds: Sound Notes from the Shores of the Anthropocene
Project Team Member
with Dr. Marta Werner (Loyola University Chicago)
>> A digital archive reconstructing the ecological and sonic context of Emily Dickinson’s poetry by creating an interactive space for manuscripts, birdsongs, and community listening practices to coexist in an attempt to understand the complex conjunctions and disjunctions between the human and non-human worlds.
Lili Elbe Digital Archive
with Dr. Pamela Caughie (Loyola University Chicago)
>> The Lili Elbe Digital Archive is a companion to Man into Woman: A Comparative Scholarly Edition (Bloomsbury 2020); the website features an annotated collation of the Danish, German, British, and American editions of Man into Woman (1931-1933), along with the previously unpublished German typescript and a range of supplemental archival materials.
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|DIGITAL TEXTUALITY||20th/21st C POETICS|
(modernism, conceptual + visual poetry)
|HISTORY OF THE BOOK + PRINT CULTURES|
(emphasis on 18th/19th c)
|TEXTUAL STUDIES |
(fluid text, social, text, critique genetique)
|EPHEMERAL PRINT PRODUCTION||ARCHIVAL THEORY||ELECTRONIC LITERATURE||DIGITAL EDITIONS|
|PRINT + DIGITAL LABOR||READER RECEPTION||DISTANT READING PRACTICES||AFFECT THEORY|
|DIGITAL PEDAGOGY + ACCESSIBILITY||POSTHUMANISM||ECOCRITICISM||QUEER + FEMINIST DIGITAL HUMANITIES|
|TEDIUM||FOUND LANGUAGE||DIGITAL ETHICS||ARTISTS’ BOOKS|