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Announcing Dr. Amy Earhart as Associate Director of CoDHR

May 30, 2024

Dr. Amy Earhart has been appointed as Associate Director of the Center of Digital Humanities Research (CoDHR).

Dr. Earhart is an award-winning scholar and teacher with over twenty years of experience in the field, including training scholars and students in Digital Humanities (DH) tools and methods. Her scholarship has focused on examining infrastructures of technology and their impact and replication of “race,” building infrastructure for DH work, embedding DH projects within the classroom, and tracing the history and futures of DH with a particular interest in the way that DH and Black Studies intersect. She has participated in grants and fellowships received from the NEH, ACLS, and the Mellon Foundation. Her current book, “A Compromised Infrastructure: Digital Humanities, African American Literary History and Technologies of Identity,” is under advance contract with Stanford University Press.

She will begin her new position in CoDHR on August 1, 2024.