M.A. English, University of Virginia
B.S. Computer Science (with a minor in Applied Mathematics), University of Virginia
As a doctoral candidate in English at UNC-Chapel Hill, I’m completing my dissertation entitled “The Aesthete’s Idea of History.” I’m the Assistant Editor and Software Architect at the William Blake Archive. And my interests include 19th-century British literature, Aestheticism, philosophy of history, poetry and poetics, literary theory, and the digital humanities.
- “‘All Relate to Art’: The William Blake Archive and Its Web of Relations.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 12.2 (2018). (With Joseph Fletcher).
- “The Upgrade of the William Blake Archive.” Amodern 8 (2018).
- “Walter Pater, His Child, and His Plato.” Journal of Consciousness, Literature and the Arts 10.3 (2009).
- “Approximating Component Selection.” Proceedings of the 2004 ACM/IEEE Winter Simulation Conference (2004). (Primary author, with David Brogan and Paul F. Reynolds).
- Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Department of English and Comparative Literature, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2019.
- Featured Project—The Redesign of the William Blake Archive, The Association for Documentary Editing (ADE), 2017.
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