Two New Digital Humanities Projects in the Works

Hello from the home office where I–and I’m sure all of you–have been working (somewhat) diligently since early March. What an odd place the world has become since my last announcement! It’s important to remember that we’re not the first to endure quarantine. Hemingway continued to be quite prolific while in a rather complicated quarantine situation in 1926. If Hemingway can do it (while navigating a love triangle, no less), so can we, people!

This entire year is a wash as far as readings and conference presentations are concerned. I take solace in the fact that there are other means of getting our work out into the world. Which brings me to the announcement!

I’m working on two digital humanities projects right now that might interest some–The Endo/Exo Writers Project: Computing Class in U.S. and U.K. Novels, on which I’m co-investigator, and Redacted: Suicide, Big Ag, and Climate Crisis / Elegy for the American Farmer, on which I’m principal investigator. Both of these projects have a projected completion date of summer 2021.

Stay safe, all. Mask, wash, and mind the 6 feet.