I had a blast talking about the digitization of eighteenth-century women’s writing for The Women’s Print History Project Monthly Mercury podcast!
I wrote about an opportunity I see for the future of digital humanities research, for the blog of the Journal of Cultural Analytics: embrace manual data creation by experts.
I’m very excited to announce an article on Slack and emoji in Digital Humanities Quarterly, written with the Old Books New Science Lab! You can read the article here! We present a unique case study on emoji, which complicates existing work that has focused on two-person conversations and on standardized Unicode emoji. We also theorize the impacts of productivity software on academic work, especially in emerging “humanities labs,” arguing that ‘neoliberal’ tools can also support horizontal community-building if used self-reflectively.