Hello World!

April 7, 2013 in Uncategorized

I’m a doctoral candidate at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. My work investigates how early modern printers, publishers, and editors manipulated paratexts to attract new and returning readers to the marketplace. I became interested in Digital Humanities because of my research on material culture and editorial practices, but mostly because of my frustration and/or excitement using digital tools. My work would be nothing without EEBO and the ESTC, but there is so much potential for more daring work with new technologies left to be done.

This is my first year participating in Day of DH. As a newbie DH-er, I hope to show how my work engages with digital tools and how I, in turn, engage with the work others via Twitter, Prezi, blogging, and participating in conferences.
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