My digital humanities work has led me to multiple collaborations with colleagues outside my field. These opportunities provide a way to refine data gathering, analysis, and visualization techniques on collections of texts (social media content, scholarly journal articles, library catalogs, and works of fiction) while I work with a team of dedicated students and collaborators to develop a corpus of early modern Italian texts for my research on Galileo Galilei. Alongside this, I have been a foundational partner with colleagues in Art History, Computer Science, Philosophy, and the Visual Arts to develop Bowdoin College’s Digital and Computational Studies Program, which accepted its first majors in July 2020.
I started creating this site in January 2021, and I will update it as time and energy permit.
Take a look at course descriptions, syllabi, examples of student work, and readings.
A growing list of my ongoing projects, with demos, lists of collaborators, and related publications.
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