My path to digital work in the humanities started in the late 1990s when I was a grad student in history working on the Encyclopedia of Chicago at the Newberry Library. I ended up working on a series of digital public humanities projects at the Newberry, from Omeka exhibitions to the Chicago Foreign Language Press Survey. Today I'm at the Humanities Digital Workshop at Washington University, and enjoy working with faculty and students on range of projects.
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Position/Job Title:Assistant Director, Humanities Digital Workshop
Organization:Washington University in St. Louis