My research sits at the intersection of traditional manuscript studies and new digital humanities techniques. I am currently working on a project entitled "Mapping Book and Manuscript Exchange Around Syon Abbey, 1415-1539" which uses digital network mapping techniques to investigate the movement of books in 15th century England.
In addition to this project, I am interested in:
- Palaeography and codicology
- Digital fragmentology
- Rare book librarianship, pedagogy, and practice
- Book History, broadly defined
- Letterpress printing
- 15th century English political history
- IIIF and other digital manuscript study tools
- 2020. One Loveheart at a Time: The Language of Emoji and the Building of Affective Community in the Digital Medieval Studies Environment. Digital Humanities Quarterly.