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THEA 150 Towards a Queer Theatre

Research Guide for Spring 2024 THEA 150 taught by Prof. David Garret

Rachel, Arts & Digital Humanities Librarian

  • I am a Research & Instruction Librarian for Art & Art History, Music, Theatre & Dance, and Digital Humanities. I started at W&M this past summer
  • Before moving here, I was completing my Master’s in Library and Information Science at Syracuse University. I also worked as a graduate library assistant at Syracuse University Libraries and a graduate library intern at SUNY ESF’s Moon Library.
  • In addition to a Library Science master’s degree, I have BA in English Literature with a concentration in Digital Humanities. My research interests are the long 19th century, Victorian literature and culture, digital humanities and pedagogy, and adaptation theory particularly relating to Arthuriana and mythology/folklore.
  • I grew up an hour north of Los Angeles, CA and for many years my town had the distinction of being the 3rd safest city in the US. However, both with my family and on my own, I have lived in 4 different states: CA, AZ, NY, and VA.
  • My publication areas have been text and data mining, text encoding, digital pedagogy, and teaching digital humanities, I'm currently working on a book chapter about teaching TDM to library professionals and students using HathiTrust’s Digital Library and Research Center.
  • So far, I love the community and calm of Williamsburg (also the trivia scene is pretty great)

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