- Assistant Director of Digital Initiatives and Services
- The Newberry Library
I completed my Ph.D. in German Languages and Literature at Johns Hopkins University in October 2011. After working at the Center for Digital Research and Curation at Johns Hopkins and the Hopkins University Press, I received an ACLS Public Fellowship to work at the Newberry Library in Chicago in July of 2012. My academic research involves twentieth-century Austrian literature, urban and imperial decay, and a poetics of embodiment. My professional interests currently revolve around the digital humanities in libraries and museums. I know I share this opinion with countless others, but Slavoj Žižek has the best beard in the business.