This page shows the alumni of the Digital Humanities Fellows Program, which is now in its eleventh year.

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Sinead Brennan-McMahon Classics

Sexual slang in the Latin language


Taranee Cao

East Asian Languages and Cultures

Examining Linguistic Politeness: Evidence from Discourse

2022/23 Kimberly Connor Anthropology From Emigrant to Settler: Food in 19th Century Institutions of Immigration

Serena Crosson

Classics & Archaeology

Looking-through-labor in Pompeian Wall Paintings

2022/23 Valentina Dal Cin  CESTA Postdoc Applying for a Job in Early 19th-Century Europe

Chloé Brault MacKinnon

Comparative Literature  

Belatedly Cancelled: White N-words of America in the Press

2022/23 James Macksoud Classics

Assessing the Diffusion and Isomorphism of Organizational Forms and Operations among Ancient Roman Associations


Sierra Nota

History The Many Lives of Mezhyhirya: Political and Property Regime in Ukraine, 1786-2014

Umit Ozturk


Social Lives of Fiscal Institutions in the Eastern Mediterranean (6th-2nd centuries BCE)


Sunil (Sunny) Persad

Religious Studies

A Late Ancient Biography of Bones


Merve Tekgürler


Ottoman Court Histories in the Long Eighteenth-Century

2021/22 Brandon Bark Classics Style and Language Amid the Fragments of Archaic Latin Literature
2021/22 Hank Gerba Art and Art History Complex Subjects

Annie Lamar

Classics Foundations for the Alpheios Research Lab

Aleksandra Zuzanna Leniarska

English Return to Realism? Comparing 19th- and 21st-Century Novel Forms

Andrew Nelson

East Asian Languages and Cultures

Imperial Vocabulary: Public Political Discourse of Trans-Pacific Japan, 1868-1912


James Parkhouse

English/CESTA Statistical Analysis of Alliterative Collocations in Old Norse Eddic Poetry

Valentina Ramia


Fear in the Archive: A Digital Analysis of Ethnographic Concepts in Immigration Judges' Decisions

Dewei Shen

Center for East Asian Studies A Different Kind of Chinese Empire: The City Networks of Chu (c. 350 – c. 100 BCE)

Carmen Thong

English Encoding the Postcolonial in Place

Iris Zhang

Sociology Using Maps and Spatial Data to Investigate Neighborhood Change
2020/21 Annika Butler-Wall Modern Thought and Literature Gender and Labor in the Digital Age
2020/21 Dean Chahim Anthropology Draining the Infinite Metropolis: Engineering and the Banality of Disaster in Mexico City
2020/21 Dharshani Lakmali Jayasinghe Comparative Literature Towards Legal but Humane Border-Crossings: A Literary and Filmic Engagement with Visa Law and Policy
2020/21 Amy Johnson Sociology Mental Health, Social Media, and Cultural Change
2020/21 Maciej Kurzynski East Asian Literatures and Cultures Negotiating the Nation-State: Affects and Vocabularies in the Literature of the People’s Republic of China
2020/21 Charlotte Lindemann English Unreliable Dialogue: Speech Patterns in Nineteenth Century American Fiction
2020/21 Stefania Manfio Anthropology The Archeology of the Slavery in Mauritius through the Lens of Maritime Archaeology: an Investigation of the Coureur Shipwreck (1821)
2020/21 Laura Menéndez Gorina Iberian and Latin American Cultures Building a Home: Narratives of Houses and Ruins from Barcelona and Havana
2020/21 Anna Mukamal English The Therapeutic Encounter
2020/21 Benjamin Ory Music The Origins of the Sixteenth-Century Imitation Generation and Its Twentieth-Century "Recovery"
2020/21 Victoria Zurita Comparative Literature Insurgent Aestheticisms: Fashioning Individuals and Communities in fin-de-siècle France and Spanish America
2019/20 Alexandria Brown-Hejazi Art and Art History Seta da Mare: The Flow of Silk Between Italy and Safavid Iran
2019/20 Amanda Gaggioli Classics A Spatial and Temporal Database of Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Earthquakes c.1200 BCE to 1000 CE
2019/20 Yahui He East Asian Literatures and Cultures From Micro to Macro: Mapping Starch Grain Data in Ancient China
2019/20 Yunxin Li History Social Networks Among the Upper Elites of the Han Empire
2019/20 Nika Mavrody English Figuring Gendered Creatures
2019/20 Hannah Mieczkowski Communication AI-Mediated Communication: Effects on Language Production and Person Perception
2019/20 Nichole Nomura English What is Hard Science Fiction? A Database Approach to Genre Definitions
2019/20 Anna Toledano History Transkribus and 18th-Century Spanish Natural History Texts: Training a New Handwriting-Recognition Model
2018/19 Jean Abbott English Naming and Un-naming in Old English Literature
2018/19 Grace Erny Classics Inequality in Historical Perspective: Social Differentiation and Economic Relationships in Iron Age Crete
2018/19 Melissa Hosek East Asian Literatures and Cultures Critical Reflections of Ourselves: Aesthetics and the Non-Human in Chinese Science Fiction
2018/19 Tony Marks-Block Anthropology The Socio-Ecological Effects of Prescribed Cultural Fire by Karuk and Yurok Indians in Northwest California
2018/19 Rachel Midura History Reading the Mail: The Culture of the Post in Northern Italy, 1530-1730
2018/19 Peter (Chenye) Shi Classics Dissidents on the Nile: Environment, Fiscal Regime, and Currency in Byzantine Egypt
2018/19 Rebecca Wall History The Pan-African River: Transnational Senegal River Management Organizations, 1920-2000
2018/19 Duygu Yildirim History Familiar Difference: Science, Faith and Empathy in The Early Modern Mediterranean
2017/18 Alessandra Celati History Understanding Social Networks Historically: Research Perspectives and Methodological Challenges in One Early Modern Case Study
2017/18 Kaiping Chen Communication Can the Mass Public Deliberate in a (Semi-)Authoritarian Regime? Evidence from the Macau Deliberative Poll
2017/18 Mackenzie Cooley History Natural Things | Ad Fontes Naturae
2017/18 Dillon Gisch Classics Against Type? The Matter of Replication in Roman Images of Venus Unclothed
2017/18 Eun Seo Jo History Diplomatic History by Data
2017/18 Corey Johnson Modern Thought and Literature Cliometrics of Violence: Creating an Immersive History on the WWII Incarceration of Japanese Americans
2017/18 Alexander Manshel English Prizing the Past: Multi-Ethnic History and Literary Prestige, 1950-2018
2017/18 Xiao Rao East Asian Literatures and Cultures Laughter and the Construction of Religious Lineages in Chan (Zen) Buddhist Transmission Records
2017/18 Mae Velloso-Lyons Comparative Literature Feeling, Differently: Text Mining Thirteenth-Century Fiction
2016/17 Leonardo Brandao Barleta History Interiorizing Atlantic Networks: Mobility, Information and Trade in Colonial Brazil during its Territorial Expansion
2016/17 Daniel Bush Slavic Languages and Literatures Doomed to Great Deeds: Soviet and Russian Literature and the Second World War
2016/17 Marguerite De Loney Anthropology Cartographies of Belonging: Decolonial Explorations into the Making of Place with the Community of Portobelo, Panama
2016/17 Kellen Hoxworth Theater and Performance Studies Transoceanic Blackface, Imperial Whiteness: Performing "Race" in the Global Nineteenth Century
2016/17 Christine Larson Communication Writing the Romance: Precarity, Solidarity and the Ethics of Care in E-Books and Digital Self-Publishing
2016/17 Sangyop Lee Religious Studies Lushan Huiyuan and the Emergence of Buddhism in China
2016/17 Jonathan Quick English Teaching and Learning in Anglo-Saxon England
2015/16 Laura Cassidy (Rogers) Eliasieh Modern Thought and Literature Navigating the Archive of Helen and Newton Harrison
2015/16 Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky History Chechen Refugees Between the Ottoman and Russian Empires, 1866-1871
2015/16 Anja Krieger Classics People, Ships, and the Sea: Seafaring in the Eastern Mediterranean, c. 1600 BCE to c. 50 BCE
2015/16 George Philip LeBourdais Art and Art History An Aesthetics of Ice: William Bradford's Arctic Regions
2015/16 Jens Pohlmann German Studies Mapping the German Cultural Sphere – A Digital Network Analysis of Siegfried Unseld’s Travel Notes
2015/16 Stephen Sansom History The Poetics of Style in the Shield of Heracles: Speech, Ekphrasis, and Sound
2015/16 David Stentiford Modern Thought and Literature Charting the Discursive Envelopes of the Anthropogenic
2013/14 Jacqueline Arthur-Montagne Classics Text Networks in the Early Roman Empire
2013/14 Guillaume Beaudin History A Conquista Espiritual
2013/14 Patrick Bergemann Sociology A General Theory of Denunciation
2013/14 David Driscoll Classics Mapping the Movement of Lyric Poets in the Archaic and Classical Greek World
2013/14 Luke Parker Slavic Languages and Literatures The Literary Life of the Russian Emigration, 1918-1940
2013/14 Bronwen Tate Comparative Literature Critical Traffic: A Literary Use Map
2013/14 Molly Taylor-Poleskey History Food Consumption at the Court of Friedrich Wilhelm
2013/14 Jonathan Weiland Classics Complexity of Interactions in the Classical Roman Period
2013/14 Hans (Johannes) Wietzke Classics What Was an Author?
2012/13 Marcelo Aranda History An Intellectual Map of Science in the Spanish Empire, 1600-1810
2012/13 Maria Comsa French and Italian French 18th-Century Society Theater
2012/13 Nicole DeBenedictis French and Italian 17th-Century Italian Academies
2012/13 Hannah Marcus History Correspondence of Galileo Galilei
2012/13 Claude Willan English John Locke's Correspondence Network