Peer-Reviewed Publications

“Towards a Model of the Network Edition.” Chapter in The Past, Present, and Future of Early Modern Digital Studies. Edited by Laura Estill and Ray Siemens. Iter Press. (In Press, Forthcoming November 2023).

With Kendall Bitner. “A Macron Signifying Nothing: Revisiting The Canterbury Tales Project Transcription Guidelines.” Digital Medievalist. (December 2021).

With Nicole Atkings. “‘Pacience is an Heigh Vertu’: Managing The Canterbury Tales Project Via Textual Communities.”  Digital Medievalist. (December 2021).

“Let’s Play: Redefining Games and Scholarship through Research-Creation, Post-Criticism, and Institutionalism.” Digital Studies/Le champ numérique. 11.1 (2021).

“Ready Player Two: Inclusion and Positivity as a Means of Furthering Equality in the Digital Humanities and Computer Science.” Intersectionality in the Digital Humanities. Edited by Barbara Bordalejo and Roopika Risam. Arc Humanities Press. (2019).

Reviews, Digital Projects, and Other Publications

“Six Degrees of Francis Bacon” Review for Early Modern Digital Review. (In Typesetting, Forthcoming 2023).

With Darryl Friesen, Brent Nelson, and Craig Harkema. “Event Builder.” (2023).

With Jasmine Drudge-Willson, Diane Jakacki, Kim Martin, Brent Nelson, Janelle jenstad, Kate LaBere, Molly Rothwell, and Rachel Milio. “Early Modern London Place Type Vocabulary.” LINCS Vocabulary Browser. (2023).

“Manuscript Matters by Lara Crowley” Review for The Journal of Sixteenth-Century Studies. 51.3 (2020). 873-875.