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Avery Blankenship

English PhD Student

Avery Blankenship (she/her/hers) is a Ph.D. student in the English Department in CSSH. Her fields of study primarily include digital humanities, print and book history, and nineteenth-century American recipes and domestic manuals. Her research focuses on annotated nineteenth-century American recipes. She is particularly interested in the ways in which annotation functions as a form of authorship as well as interacts with recipes in circulation. Avery received her MA in English from Northeastern University as well as her BA in English Literature and BS in Computer Science from Rhodes College.

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Previous Institutions: Northeastern University (MA); Rhodes College (BA/BS)

Program and Fields: PhD; Digital Humanities, Print Culture, 19th-Century American recipes and domestic manuals

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