Digital Humanities

In Progress Database

Exotic Domesticities: Labor, Luxury, and Global Slavery in Eighteenth-Century British Trade.

Intended as a working version and eventual online supplement to the two book projects, it will serve as an online database of my archival research on trade routes of luxury goods and slaves in the Transatlantic and Mediterranean.  In addition to recording data in terms of people, places, books, objects, and money for trade circuits involving slave economies, it currently looks at how information circulated through abolitionist networks.

Languages/Programs

French, HTML/CSS, XML/TEI, JavaScript/jQuery, PHP, Python, Git/Github, Gephi, Pajek, R/RStudio, UCINet

Examples of DH Assignments and courses

  • Two-Thirds Included Digital Humanities Assignments
    • Research Project for Online Display of Archival Research:
      • Representing and Rethinking Women in the Public Sphere (Capstone Class for Majors)
    • Navigating Historical Databases and Online Collections
      • Representing and Rethinking Women in the Public Sphere (Capstone Class for Majors)
      • Jane Austen
      • Outlaws and Outsiders in Early 18th-Century British Literature 
    • Frequent Writing Assignments using WordPress
      • The Sublime, Supernatural, and Subversive (UK Gothic Literature)
      • Frances Burney: Authorship, Authority, and 18th-Century Women Writers
      • Jane Austen
      • Histories and Theories of the Eighteenth-Century English Novel: 1750-1800
      • Drama and Lyric Poetry of the Restoration and Early 18th Century
      • English Composition: Labels, Luxury, and Labor 
    • Project Using Fordham University’s Keywoard Collaboratory (Wiki framework)
      • Histories and Theories of the Eighteenth-Century English Novel: 1750-1800 

Digital Service

2014-2015 

2012 

Digital Contributions and Participations

2014-2015 

2013-2014