Elizabeth Murice Alexander
Elizabeth Murice Alexander is a fifth-year doctoral candidate in English Literature at Cornell University. Her dissertation focuses on the intersections between technology and black bodies, considering how black people are produced by and produce digital and analog technologies. In particular, she is interested in black women’s literature and queer of color literature, examining how these subject groups have exploited technology in service of self and world making.
Malcolm is a longtime Digital Humanities Intern. He currently leads the Textual Analysis working group. While at the University of Virginia, Malcolm contributed to the Collective Biographies of Women digital archive. His recent projects include Novel Embassies, a comparative distant reading of architectural motifs in the world nineteenth-century novel, and To Trim a Torch: Modeling Pause in British Women’s Gothic Fiction, a stylometric investigation into the novels of Ann Radcliffe, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and Mary Gaskell.
Tre is the Director of Digitization and Conservation Services at Cornell University Library in the Digital Scholarship and Preservation Services (DSPS) department. He oversees the Audiovisual Preservation Lab, the Imaging and Scanning labs and the Conservation Lab. Tre is also the Co-Chair of the Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences and also leads the library’s Audiovisual Preservation Initiative. His foundational background is in audiovisual production, digitization, and preservation of time-based media. Tre remains familiar with audiovisual production and post, audio mastering, analysis and conservation. He has produced content for PBS and cable television clients (Discovery, A&E, Biography, The History Channel) and collaborated on film and preservation projects with The Howard Baker Center on Public Policy, The Smithsonian Institution, The Highlander Center, and others.
Eliza collaborates with students and scholars across disciplines on research and teaching that incorporates digital approaches. She has previously worked as the geospatial data librarian at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and as a project manager for the national interview project StoryCorps. Uniting all her work is a deep concern for helping people make meaning of data, information, and narratives. She holds an M.A. in Geography from Hunter College, City University of New York, and an undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences (Evolution and Ecology) from Cornell.
In her role as Archaeology, Classics, History, and Medieval Studies Librarian, she builds collections, both print and electronic, for learning and research, and connects students and faculty with the Library's collections and services. She is one of the organizers of the Humanities and Social Sciences Doctoral Student Immersion Program and helps in the planning of the Summer Graduate Fellowship in Digital Humanities. Her interests include digital humanities, graduate student services, and citation/information management. She has a doctorate in medieval history from Binghamton.
Susette is Head of the Department of Research & Learning Services and Art Librarian. She is one of the organizers of the Humanities and Social Sciences Doctoral Student Immersion Program, helps administer the Summer Graduate Fellowship in Digital Humanities, teaches the Wordpress and Wikipedia editing workshops for Olin and Uris Libraries, and is one of the organizers for Cornell's annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. Susette holds a doctorate in the history of art from Cornell.
Michelle is the Digital Curation Services Lead in the department of Digital Scholarship and Preservation Services (DSPS), coordinates Cornell's partnership in HathiTrust, and is the Service Manager for the Cornell University Library Archival Repository (CULAR). From 2010-2014, she managed CUL’s digitization effort with Google Books. She is familiar with the creation of digital objects at scale, and strategies for preservation of digital assets. She contributes to a number of other efforts related to technology-enabled research, projects in digital humanities, and leads introductory workshops about computational methods for text.
Devin is the Instructional Technology Coordinator, overseeing the public technology (computers, printers, plotter) for Olin and Uris libraries. He also leads or assists with several software workshops, including Photoshop, Gephi, and LaTeX. Along with Camille Andrews, Devin leads the library's Makerspace initiative and works with the student group CornellMAKE to encourage physical and digital creation across all disciplines. He is leading the pilot project for the programming consultation service, providing technical assistance on digital humanities projects.