I am a second year Ph.D. student, and my primary areas of interest are the modernist period, representations of mental illness, literary collaboration, celebrity, and public discourses of femininity. I have a particular allegiance to DH methodologies and their potential to support and enable contemporary academic collaboration. I make excellent pies and I love my bicycle like it’s my child.
I hold a B.A. in English Literature (Hons.), French Language and Literature (Major), and Applied Ethics (Minor) from the University of Victoria, and an M.A. in English and Film Studies from the University of Alberta.
Teaching: Introduction to TEI at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (Co-teaching, 2014)
ENGL100 at Queen’s University (T.A. and Tutorial Leader, 2013-14)
ENGL200 at Queen’s University (T.A., 2012-13)
Conferences and Events:
THATCamp QueensU 2013 (Co-organizer with Maya Bielinski)
“Linear vs. Visual Cognitive Style and Faceted vs. Visual Interaction in Digital Library User Interfaces.” Canadian Association of Information Science (CAIS-ACSI), Waterloo, Canada, 2012. (Co-authored by Ali Shiri, Stan Ruecker and Emily Murphy, delivered by Ali Shiri.)
“À la poursuite de la transmission linguistique : l’encodage des langues étrangères en XML. ” Association des professeur(e)s de français aux universités et collèges canadiens (APFUCC), Montreal, Canada, 2010.
The Welcome Week 2014 Schedule for new and returning grad students is now online.
For those new to the Queen's University English Department grad program and to the city of Kingston. A list of Frequently Asked Questions about the grad program and finding your way around Kingston.