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Hopwood (PhD ’16) Accepts Digital Humanities Position

Elizabeth Hopwood (PhD ’16) has accepted the position of Instructor in Digital Humanities and Textual Studies at the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities (CTSDH) at Loyola University Chicago. CTSDH is a multidisciplinary research center that “offers support for the development, peer review, hosting, and online publication of digital research projects of all kinds.” Liz’s work focuses on Digital Humanities, Textual Studies, and nineteenth-century American and Caribbean literature, and she was active in developing and supporting digital projects at NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks during her doctoral studies. She defended her doctoral dissertation, “Eating the Atlantic: Nineteenth Century U.S. and Caribbean Literature and the Gastroaesthetic,” in May 2016 (directed by Elizabeth Maddock Dillon).

Published On: July 11, 2016 | Tags: ,,
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