I’m a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow with the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab and Department of English at the University of Victoria. I recently completed my PhD in English Literature at the University of Saskatchewan (August 2022), where my dissertation won USask’s Graduate Thesis Award (Ph.D) in the Fine Arts and Humanities. My research interests are varied and include everything from the study of Classical texts to Game Studies, but my current research focuses on Renaissance Studies, Classical Reception, and Digital Humanities, with a particular interest in the Verse Letters of John Donne. My published work can be found in Digital Studies/Le champ numériqueDigital Medievalist, and the edited collection Intersectionality in Digital Humanities (Arc Humanities Press 2019), among other places. I also have a forthcoming chapter appearing in New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, published by Iter Press (November 2023). My dissertation, “Friendship and Sociability in the Verse Letters of John Donne,” reconsiders these works that make up nearly a sixth of Donne’s poetic canon in light of their nature as literary social artifacts reliant upon specific social circumstances for their critical appreciation. See here for a complete list of my publications and presentations.