I am a Ph.D. student in the English Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara. My research focuses on the evolution of the digital book and digital forms of reading, specifically examining adaptation of traditional print works into new digital forms. I also explore the various ways that computational approaches can be brought to bear on literature in an attempt to figure out the ways in which a non-specialist can incorporate new forms of digital study into more traditional analysis.
For more information about my experiments with computational reading and visualizations, check out my posts on the site “Ludic Analytics“, a blog run by several students and recent graduates from UCSB, myself included.
If you are interesting in my previous and current courses, check out the “Courses” section.
If you are one of my current students, the information for this session’s class, “English 10: The Monster in the Mirror”, can be found here.