Early modernist, digital humanist, pop culture wonk.
I am a Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow at the Georgia Institute of Technology currently teaching courses in popular culture and media studies.
I earned my PhD at the University of Waterloo. My dissertation, “‘Covetous to parley with so sweet a frontis-peece’: Illustration in Early Modern English Play-Texts” analyzes patterns of visual rhetoric in the illustrated title pages of seventeenth-century English printed drama, examining publication practices, politics, and the relationship between the contemporary theatrical audience and the reading public.
My research specialties include early modern British literature and drama, visual rhetoric, and multimedia theory and design. I have taught extensively in the English and Theatre departments at Georgia Tech and the University of Waterloo. I have a strong record in multidisciplinary approaches to Early Modern studies, and a robust slate of visual rhetoric-based research projects and publications. I have established a reputation in the field of digital humanities research and praxis, as a collaborator on several funded scholarly research endeavors, and as a developer of digital pedagogy approaches to composition, literature, and drama.
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10 February 2018
2. The Widow Christine Eleonore Seidel Christiane Eleonora Seidel, page 12. The Widow Christine Eleonore Seidel. (her Maiden Name was Peistel) She wrote of herself: I am born the 28th...
7 February 2018
What Do We Teach When We Teach DH? (A special session on digital humanities pedagogy at MLA 2019) Over the last decade as digital humanities research has flourished, the MLA convention—as...
13 June 2017
This is the transcript of a paper I gave as part of the "Digital Scholarship in Action: Research" panel at CSRS (Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies) in Philadelphia on...
25 June 2016
Today it was #Brexit. Two days ago it was #nobillnobreak. Two weeks ago it was #Orlando. Friends and colleagues in Texas are attending workshops on how to deal with campus...