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Digital Scholarship Center (DSC) Team

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Erin McCabe

Digital Scholarship Library Fellow

In 2018, I joined the Digital Scholarship Center as the Digital Scholarship Library Fellow, one of several Mellon grant funded positions supporting research on machine learning and data visualization. I work on several research teams across disciplines and acts as liaison between academic and technology units. I previously worked on data analysis projects with academic publishers at JSTOR and in reference services at the Brooklyn branch of Long Island University. I have an undergraduate degree in French from Concordia University in Montréal, and an MLIS with an advanced certificate in Digital Humanities from Pratt Institute in New York.

Epic Social Networks and Eve’s Centrality in Milton’s Paradise Lost

By: Claire Ruegg and James Lee

Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (Literary and Linguistic Computing)

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Erin McCabe

Digital Scholarship Library Fellow

In 2018, I joined the Digital Scholarship Center as the Digital Scholarship Library Fellow, one of several Mellon grant funded positions supporting research on machine learning and data visualization. I work on several research teams across disciplines and acts as liaison between academic and technology units. I previously worked on data analysis projects with academic publishers at JSTOR and in reference services at the Brooklyn branch of Long Island University. I have an undergraduate degree in French from Concordia University in Montréal, and an MLIS with an advanced certificate in Digital Humanities from Pratt Institute in New York.

Epic Social Networks and Eve’s Centrality in Milton’s Paradise Lost

By: Claire Ruegg and James Lee

Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (Literary and Linguistic Computing)

DSC Advisory Board

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Erin McCabe

Digital Scholarship Library Fellow

In 2018, I joined the Digital Scholarship Center as the Digital Scholarship Library Fellow, one of several Mellon grant funded positions supporting research on machine learning and data visualization. I work on several research teams across disciplines and acts as liaison between academic and technology units. I previously worked on data analysis projects with academic publishers at JSTOR and in reference services at the Brooklyn branch of Long Island University. I have an undergraduate degree in French from Concordia University in Montréal, and an MLIS with an advanced certificate in Digital Humanities from Pratt Institute in New York.

Epic Social Networks and Eve’s Centrality in Milton’s Paradise Lost

By: Claire Ruegg and James Lee

Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (Literary and Linguistic Computing)