The website can also be used as a free, stand-alone resource since it gathers links, tips and articles on topics related to teaching with digital humanities tools, ideas, and methods. The book and the website are both designed to be introductory in nature: they're intended to open up the field of digital humanities as it pertains to the classroom. We focus primarily on the practical, everyday things that might help you and your students have exciting and rewarding pedagogical experiences. Enjoy! We plan to update this companion every year in September, so if you have suggestions of articles, links, tips, tricks, or other things you think we should add, please feel free to contact us with your recommendations!
About the Authors
Shawna Ross is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Texas A&M University. She is the editor, with James O'Sullivan, of Reading Modernism with Machines (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) and has published articles on a variety of topics in modernist literature and digital humanities, including digital approaches to Henry James, gendered acts of care on Twitter, and Elizabeth Bowen's utopianism. Her book projects, Charlotte Brontë at the Anthropocene and Leisure Fictions: Working at Play in British Literature, 1840-1960, are in progress. For more on Shawna's research and teaching, find her at www.shawnaross.com or on Twitter @ShawnaRoss.
Claire Battershill is a Banting postdoctoral fellow in the Department of English at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. She has published variously on modernist literature and culture, book history, and collaborative scholarship. She is also a fiction writer, and her first book of short stories, Circus, was published by McClelland and Stewart (an imprint of Penguin Random House) in 2014. She is also a co-director of the Modernist Archives Publishing Project. Her first academic monograph, Modernist Lives: Biography and Autobiography at Leonard and Virginia Woolf's Hogarth Press will be published by Bloomsbury in Spring 2017. To learn more about her teaching, writing, and research, visit www.clairebattershill.com, or find her on Twitter @cbattershill.