Digital [Humanities] Portfolio

Work conducted with support from the Mellon Fellowship in Digital Humanities.
  Photoshop and the Forensic Investigation of Manuscripts - A series of experiments using the Blake Archive's cache of hi-res TIFF files to manipulate and deform manuscript passages/objects in editorially productive ways.
  XML and Textual Modeling - Prototyping an electronic edition of William Blake's manuscript of Vala, or the Four Zoas. Progress report published in 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century.
  Metadata Schemas and Cultural Heritage Projects - ReEnvisioning Japan (PI Joanne Bernardi) and the transition to Omeka: challenges and opportunities.
  Computation and Literary Criticism - A few demos/experiments with macroanalytic and distant reading approaches to literary study, including R and topic modeling. In conjunction with James O'Sullivan's 2016 DHSI course.
  Mapping and Data Visualization in Marx - Teaching Assistantship for Joel Burges's Marxism and Forms graduate seminar (Spring 2016). Includes examples of student work.
  Jekyll and Coding for the Web - Portfolio website built using Jekyll and hosted via GitHub. Completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements for Mellon Fellowship in Digital Humanities.