The Digital Archives Research Group at USM, of which I’m a Co-coordinator, will be hosting a series of events this year on Archives and Digital Humanities. We’ve been planning the events all summer, and I’m excited to share our new poster, beautifully designed by Danielle Sypher-Haley in the College of Arts and Letters. As mentioned before, the series of events and workshops are designed to introduce USM faculty and students to the possibilities of working with archival materials in Special Collections. See below for a brief description of events.
I’m pleased to announce that my essay, “<A> and <B>: Marks, Maps, Media, and the Materiality of Ambrose Bierce’s Style,” has been published in the December 2013 special issue of American Literature (85.4). You can read my essay and the other excellent contributions here.
Exciting news! I just learned that a panel I’m co-organizing with Blake Bronson-Bartlett (University of Iowa) has been accepted for the third biennial conference of C19: The Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists.
I’m happy to report that my essay, ‘“Reading Connectedly’: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the Index, and Her Librarian-Father,” has been published by American Literary Realism (45.3). You can accces the article here. Please email me if you don’t have a subscription to Project Muse and would like to read the essay.