RESEARCH, WRITING & PRESENTATIONS
“Pedagogy, Collaboration, and Sociality as Design Principles in Digital Humanities Projects.” Messina, Cara Marta, Sarah Connell, Julia Flanders, Caroline Klibanoff, and Sarah Payne. Social Knowledge Creation in the Humanities (Vol. 2). Iter Press. Forthcoming (2019).
#ListenFirstFriday National Conversation Project blog post, July 2019.
“Digital Public Humanities Panel,” Northeastern Humanities Center and NULab for Texts, Maps and Networks, March 2019.
"Beyond Granite: New Directions in Commemoration," panelist and moderator at National Council on Public History annual conference, March 2019.
“Best Practices for Working with Technologists to Create Visitor Experiences,” presentation at New England Museum Association annual conference.
“Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy” exhibition, MIT Museum. Produced video components, October 2018.
"Interview: Talking Wikidata with Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight, Visiting Wikipedia Scholar." Northeastern University Library's Digital Scholarship Blog, June 2018.
"The Flag's History: A Model of Collaboration and Process," The Bridge Alliance blog, June 2018.
"Faneuil Hall: Cradle of Liberty, Funded by Slavery." Early Black Boston Digital Almanac, February 2018.
"Beyond Statues: A Digital Intervention for Commemoration," paper presented at Northeastern Graduate Student History Conference, March 2018.
"Arsenal of Democracy" Exhibit, National World War II Museum. Researcher for multimedia components by Northern Light Productions, June 2017.
Longfellow House-Washington's Headquarters, National Register of Historic Places Documentation Update. National Park Service, 2018.