- Junior Research Fellow, King’s College, Cambridge
- King’s College, King’s Parade, Cambridge, UK CB2 1ST
- Ph.D in English, Stanford University (September 2019)
- Dissertation: Abstraction: A Literary History
- Committee: John Bender, Mark Algee-Hewitt, Mark Greif
- M.A. in English, Stanford University (June 2013)
- B.A. in English (summa cum laude), University of Florida (May 2008)
- (with Mark Algee-Hewitt, Van Tran, Annalise Lockhart, and Erik Steiner). “Mapping the Emotions of London in Fiction, 1700-1900: A Crowdsourcing Experiment.” Literary Mapping in the Digital Age. Ed. David Cooper, Chris Donaldson, and Patricia Murrieta-Flores. Ashgate. 2016. Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities.
Literary Lab pamphlets
- (with Franco Moretti and Erik Steiner). “The Emotions of London.” Stanford Literary Lab 13 (2016) [reprinted in Canon/Archive].
- (with Mark Algee-Hewitt, Sarah Allison, Marissa Gemma, Franco Moretti, and Hannah Walser). “Canon/Archive: Large-scale Dynamics in the Literary Field.” Stanford Literary Lab 11 (2016) [reprinted in Canon/Archive].
- (with Mark Algee-Hewitt and Franco Moretti. “On Paragraphs: Scale, Themes, and Narrative Form.” Stanford Literary Lab 10 (2015) [reprinted in Canon/Archive].
- (with Sarah Allison, Marissa Gemma, Franco Moretti, Amir Tevel, and Irena Yamboliev). “Style at the Scale of the Sentence.” Stanford Literary Lab 5 (2013) [reprinted in Canon/Archive].
- (with Long Le-Khac). “A Quantitative Literary History of 2,958 Nineteenth-Century British Novels: The Semantic Cohort Method.” Stanford Literary Lab 4 (2012) [reprinted in Canon/Archive].
- (with Sarah Allison, Matthew Jockers, Franco Moretti, and Michael Witmore). “Quantitative Formalism: An Experiment.” Stanford Literary Lab 1 (2011) [reprinted in Canon/Archive].
- “Computational Keywords: Historical Semantics and Cultural History, 1660-1830.” University of Trier. Trier, Germany. 2018.
- “Computational Keywords: Abstractions of Value, 1750-1850.” Yale DHLab. New Haven. 2018.
- “Word Vectors in the Eighteenth-Century.” Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics: Workshop IV: Mathematical Analysis of Cultural Expressive Forms: Text Data. Los Angeles. 2016.
- “Affect and Space as Mediating Technologies: Reflections from and on the ‘Emotions of London’ Literary Lab Project.” Cultural Analytics. Chicago. 2015.
- “The Rise and Fall of Antimetricality.” Bridging Gaps, Creating Links: The Qualitative-Quantitative Interface in the Study of Literature. Padua, Italy. 2018.
- “Word Vectors in the Eighteenth Century.” Digital Humanities. Montreal. 2017.
- “Word Vectors in the Eighteenth-Century: Associationism, Analogy, and Computationalism.” 2017 Annual Meeting of the Western Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (WSECS). Santa Barbara. 2017.
- “ELIZA, Virtual Therapist: or, Notes toward a Virtual Humanities.” Modern Language Association. Philadelphia. 2017.
- (with Marissa Gemma). “Building Blocks of Fiction: Literary Lexical Bundles, 1700-1900.” Digital Humanities. Krakow. 2016.
- “Virtual Poetics: A Thought-Experiment.” SyncDH. Santa Barbara. 2015.
- (with Mark Algee-Hewitt and John Bender). “Knowledge Networks, Juxtaposed: Disciplinarity in the Encyclopédie and Wikipedia.” Digital Humanities. Sydney. 2015.
- (with Mark Algee-Hewitt, Van Tran, Annalise Lockhart, and Erik Steiner). “Mapping the Emotions of London in Fiction, 1700-1900: A Crowdsourcing Experiment.” Digital Humanities. Sydney. 2015.
- (with Mark Algee-Hewitt, Maria Kraxenberger, J.D. Porter, Jonathan Sensenbaugh, and Justin Tackett). “Transhistorical Poetry Project Phase II: Metrical Form.” Digital Humanities. Lausanne. 2014.
- (with Mark Algee-Hewitt, Laura Eidem, Ryan Heuser, Anita Law, and Tanya Llewellyn). “The Cryptic Novel: A Computational Taxonomy of the Eighteenth-Century Literary Field.” Digital Humanities. Lausanne. 2014.
Honors and awards
- Paul Fortier Prize, Alliance of Digital Humanities. 2017.
- Alden Dissertation Prize, Stanford English. 2020.