I’ve created a provisional exhibit of two first edition copies of Fergus Hume’s Hagar of the Pawn-Shop (1898), a novel I examine in my dissertation, here. I plan to significantly update this post-dissertation-defense, as part of a multimedia digital edition of the novel.
WordPress, CSS, HTML:
In addition to this website, I’ve created and manage the Victorian Scribblers website. I am also responsible for managing the Victorian Popular Fiction Association website, which I am currently updating and for which I am creating a membership page and database.
See my blog post about transcribing two nineteenth-century songs for NAVSA 2018 using MuseScore2, here.
See Workshops for two recent events in which I used Sonic Visualizer to showcase DH methods to humanities scholars!
Voyant Tools, Palladio, SAGE2, high-resolution audio-visual displays:
See my recent work developing use case documentation for UO’s Frankenreads: Visualizing Frankenstein Open House in the PSC Visualization Lab.
Scrivener and Scapple:
I use Scrivener to draft long-form creative and academic work. It allows me to export documents as .mobi, .pdf, .epub, and .docx files.
See my work with Literature and Latte’s mind-mapping Scapple program, here.