Mattie Burkert joins CAS as Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities. Originally from the Chicago, Illinois area, Burkert earned Bachelor’s degrees summa cum laude in Journalism & Mass Communications and English & American Literature from New York University. She finished her Master’s and PhD in English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Professors Heidi Kaufman and Faith Barter win a coveted I3 grant for studying black rebellions in the long ninetheenth century
Click to read the blog's final installment of the academic year, featuring a touching send-off from program coordinator Hayley Brazier.
This week's installment features exciting career opportunities in digital humanities.
This week features ENG's own Prof. Heidi Kaufman unveiling her work on the The Lyon Archive, which documents the professional and creative lives of an Anglo-Jewish family of scholars, poets, diarists, editors, fiction writers, and philanthropists.
This week's installment previews an exciting guest lecture on "Race and Gender in the Digital Humanities."
Visit this week's Friday Feature for a spotlight on research librarian Dr. Gabriele Hayden
To learn more, please follow this link: https://dh.uoregon.edu/2019/05/10/librarian-spotlight-dr-gabriele-hayden/