Digital Humanities Specialist
Wired! Lab | Duke University
Master’s Student in Information Science
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Hannah holds an MA in Digital Humanities from King’s College London (2014) and a BA in English/Theatre from Warren Wilson College (2011). She is currently pursuing an MS in Information Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2018-present). She broadly is interested in challenges of conducting and representing historical research via data and visualization; project management in digital humanities; applications of digital technologies in humanities pedagogies; and potentials of visual interactive storytelling for scholarly communications, public outreach, and education.
At Duke University, Hannah provides instruction and conducts research on digital humanities methods for Wired! Lab courses and projects. She leads tutorials and workshops, collaborates with faculty to develop and implement digital humanities projects in the classroom, consults on faculty research, offers technical advising on digital methods for undergraduate and Master’s student theses, provides technical support for lab projects, and liaises with other digital humanities staff at Duke and beyond.
In her spare time, Hannah is a potter, drawing creative inspiration from patterns found in nature and in urban environments. Her functional pottery mixes visual and tactile experiences with its deep carvings on simple forms.
Image Credit: Kaley Deal