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Sarah Payne (PhD ’19) accepts digital humanities post-doc at Middlebury College

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Sarah Payne (Ph.D. ’19) has accepted a DH postdoc at Middlebury College starting this August. As Postdoctoral Fellow in the Digital Liberal Arts, Sarah will promote the use of digital research and pedagogy, consult with faculty on digital projects, organize and participate in digital training workshops, and conduct individual research. Sarah successfully defended her dissertation, “Women Writing Racelessness: Performativity and Racial Absence in Twentieth-Century Women’s Writing” (directed by Professor Carla Kaplan) on March 27, 2019.

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