Postdoc at the Quantitative Criticism Lab | Formerly ISAW Library | Fordham PhD, Classics | CLTK contributor
8.9.17 Poster: Mapping Linked Data Subject Headings in the Library Catalog. DH2017. Montreal, Quebec. 5:00pm. [abstract]
10.6.17 Panel: Digital Approaches to Latin Vocabulary Learning. 2017 Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States. Marriott East. New York, NY. [abstract]
10.6.17 Talk: Latin in Unusual Places. 2017 Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States. Marriott East. New York, NY.
10.17.17 Talk: Mapping Library Subject Headings with the HathiTrust Extracted Features Dataset. Digital Publication in Mediterranean Archaeology: Current Practice and Common Goals, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. New York, NY.
1.3.18 Workshop: Deconstructing the Open Greek and Latin Project: The First Thousand Years of Greek. Tufts University. Medford, Ma.
1.6.18 Workshop: Ancient MakerSpaces. 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for Classical Studies. Boston, Ma.
2.6.18 Workshop: Building a text analysis pipeline with Python. NYCDH Week. Pace Babble Lab. New York, NY.
4.5.18 Paper: What is an *Unpoetic Word?: Reassessing Latin Literary Criticism Through Digital Methods* University of Oklahoma. Norman, Ok.
4.20.18 Conference: Future Philologies: Digital Approaches to Historical Language Text. Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. New York, NY.
6.26.18 Short Paper: Backoff Lemmatization as a Philological Method. DH2018. Mexico City, Mex.
7.27.18 Presentation: Backoff Lemmatization for Ancient Greek with the Classical Language Toolkit. Digital Classicist London. London, UK.
8.7.18 Paper: Carpe DM: Twitter & the Rise of the Social Scholiast 5000 Years of Comments: The Development of Commentary from Ancient Mesopotamia to the Age of Information, Center for Hellenic Studies. Washington, D.C.
10.4.18 Paper: Lucan’s tres libri: A reconsideration of arrangement and argument in the Bellum civile. Classical Association of the Atlantic States Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, Pa.
1.5.19 Paper: “Object-Oriented Philology,” at Digital Classics Association session on Reconnecting the Classics. Society of Classical Studies Annual Meeting. San Diego, Ca.