Curriculum Vitae »
I support the IUScholarWorks Institutional Repository (DSpace) and Open Access Journal program (Open Journal Systems).
My background and training have contributed to a set of skills for building bridges between scholarly research and digital technologies. I have a Ph.D. in English and began to bring network and machine technologies into my teaching and research when such methods were still known as Humanities Computing. After moving full time into the domain of Information and Library Science, I have worked in core areas of research enterprise environments, building expertise in scholarly communication, data management, repository systems, and digital publishing, while also developing and managing the upgrade paths of several complex, open-source web applications.
Core subjects: Digital Libraries and Publishing, Computational Humanities, Data Curation, Web Programming
Minor in Cultural Studies. Certificate in Victorian Studies.
Core topics: Class and Gender, Histories of Emotion and Affect, Science and Technology, Textualities and Reading Practices. Dissertation title: "Feeling Like a Clerk: The Emotional Economy of the Lower Middle Class in Dickens, Gissing, and Wells"
Capstone paper: "Engendering the Court Lady in Castiglione's The Book of the Courtier"