- Associate Director, BXA Intercollege Degree Programs
- Carnegie Mellon University
I'm just getting started in Digital Humanities (and Arts!) to support both my students and my own research. My background is in Early Modern English literature, and in that field I'm working on how EM systems of information management affect literary forms, such as how accounting manuals structure narrative in Shakespeare's Henry VI plays. In addition, I work with interdisciplinary undergraduate students who are interested in new methods of representing aesthetic and academic knowledge.
Posts by Stephanie
- Staring at the Gaps: A Hazy Session
June 11, 2012