University of Victoria Maker Lab: Adèle Barclay, Alex Christie, Jana Millar Usiskin, Jentery Sayers, and Kathryn Tanigawa

  

 

 

 

Guest Editors of NANO's special issue Digital Humanities, Public Humanities are:

Adèle Barclay, Alex Christie, Jana Millar Usiskin, Jentery Sayers, and Kathryn Tanigawa

 

These five editors are part of the Maker Lab at the University of Victoria: http://maker.uvic.ca/

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Adèle Barclay is a writer and PhD candidate at the University of Victoria. Her research focuses on modern American poetry and visual culture. She is the co-editor of Stroboscope, a magazine of digital poetry, and a market researcher for Wave Poetry.

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Alex Christie is a doctoral candidate at the University of Victoria, where he researches across Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) and the Modernist Versions Project (MVP). He currently works in the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL) and has previously worked in the Maker Lab in the Humanities.

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Jana Millar Usiskin is a SSHRC-funded PhD student in English at the University of Victoria. She currently works for the Modernist Versions Project on algorithmic approaches to literary modernism and is eager to help build ontologies for the upcoming Linked Modernism project. She has also worked with the University of Victoria Library and Maker Lab in the Humanities to digitize the archival material of Canadian poet Audrey Alexandra Brown.

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Jentery Sayers is Assistant Professor of English and Cultural, Social, and Political Thought at the University of Victoria, where he also directs the Maker Lab in the Humanities.

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Kathryn Tanigawa is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Victoria and a research assistant for the Modernist Versions Project. Her research for the MVP focuses on versioning modernist texts, and her research for her dissertation focuses on representations of poverty in modernist literature.

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