I completed my PhD in Comparative Literature at UCLA in 2010, where I wrote a dissertation entitled Narrative Networks: Mapping Literature at the Turn of the 21st Century under the advisement of N. Katherine Hayles and Todd Presner.
The Litmap Project: Mapping Literature Digitally
In conjunction with my dissertation, I’ve been working on developing Litmap, a browser-based app for digitally mapping literature. The goal has been to create a tool to be used alongside traditional methods of close reading in order to critically examine narratives in terms of their geospatiality. The “results” of this new reading methodology make up an integral part of my dissertation. Read more about the project here and here.
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