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- United States
- Cape Ann Museum
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- archives, libraries, digital humanities, eighteenth-century Anglophone transatlantic
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- About Me
I am the Director of the Library and Archives at the Cape Ann Museum.
Prior to that, I was the Director for Digital and Book History Initiatives at The American Antiquarian Society.
- Recent Publications
“Digital” in “Keywords in Early American Material Texts” issue of Early American Studies. Forthcoming Spring 2019.
“Just Teach One: Early African American Print Culture and the Textual Encoding Initiative” Chapter co-authored with Eric Gardner and Nicole Aljoe for D19: Digital Pedagogies and Nineteenth Century American Literatures (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press). Forthcoming Fall 2018.
“Bibliographic Enterprise and the Digital Age: Charles Evans and the Making of Early American Literature” in American Literary History 29:2 (Summer 2017):331-351.
“‘Black Printers’ on White Cards: Information Architecture in the Database of the Early American Book Trades” in Debates in Digital Humanities (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press 2016): 377-383.
“Figures of Authorship in Mathew Carey’s Transatlantic Yellow Fever Pamphlets, 1793-1795.” Book History. 17(2014):221-249.
- Media Coverage
- Media Coverage Interviewed for and quoted in “From Doctoral Study to Digital Humanities” in Chronicle of Higher Education. Jennifer S. Furlong and Julie Miller Vick. June 12, 2018. Review of Unfolding Histories: Cape Ann before 1900 in “Celebratin
- Country Focus
- United States, England, Ireland
- Expertise by Geography
- British Isles, England, United States
- Expertise by Chronology
- 4, 5
- Expertise by Topic
- American Founding Era, Book History, Libraries & Archives, Local & Regional, Material Culture, Museums