I am a PhD candidate in the English department at Northeastern University, pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities with interests in citation analytics and data rhetoric. My research draws from disciplinary rhetoric and humanities data analysis methods to study how academic fields have formed, and are continuing to reform, with the advancement of digital technologies. Leveraging bibliometrics, my work has applications in textual data analytics and scholarly publishing. It holds implications for the continued relevance and importance of the humanities, including our understanding of how they may promote justice in our digital age, within and beyond the university. […]

Lately, I:

  • passed my comprehensive exams!
  • am teaching a summer section of Advanced Writing in the Technical Professions, subtitled “Rhetorics of Data.”
  • am working on an NEH grant-funded project for DHQ on a citation database called Biblio.