On this page you will find links to projects I have created or been a part of. Click on the links to access archived items and more information about projects.
Hello world! I built this website using GitHub and Atom for an Introduction to Digital History seminar in 2017. It’s no longer updated, but it’s a nice relic.
While at UT, I assisted Professor Jorie Woods with her latest monograph, Weeping for Dido: The Classics in the Medieval Classroom. I was Prof. Woods’s research assistant for two years.
In 2015 I assisted in the translation of excerpts of The Book of John Mandeville for Professor Geraldine Heng’s Book The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages.
When I was a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin I assisted Professor Geraldine Heng in edited the Global Middle Ages Project website.
I worked with Professor Lynn Ramey at Vanderbilt University to develop a video game to teach Old French to undergraduates using Unity game engine. The game was based on the medieval text The Voyage of Saint Brendan.
I had the pleasure of reading proofs for Professor Peggy McCracken‘s latest monograph from the University of Chicago Press