Amy E. Earhart

Associate Professor, Department of English, Texas A&M University
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Amy E. Earhart is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at Texas A&M University and affiliated faculty with Africana Studies. Earhart works with digital humanities, Africana and African-American literature, and 19th-century American literature and culture. Her work has appeared in DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly, the Emily Dickinson Journal, Scholarly Editing, The Oxford Handbook to Transcendentalism, the Chronicle of Higher Education/Prof HackerTextual Cultures,  Debates in Digital HumanitiesScholarly Editing, and Between Humanities and the Digital among other venues.  She has co-edited a collection of essays titled The American Literature Scholar in the Digital Age with Andrew Jewell (U Michigan 2010) and has written a monograph titled Traces of the Old, Uses of the New: The Emergence of the Digital Humanities (U Michigan 2015). Her digital projects include the development of the 19th-Century Concord Digital Archive in partnership with the Concord Free Public Library, White Violence and Black Resistance (with Toniesha Taylor), The Millican "Riot," and The Diverse History of Digital Humanities blog: http://dhhistory.blogspot.com. Earhart has received an NEH Summer Stipend for her Digital Concord project and was a workshop leader in the NEH funded NINES Summer Workshop:  Evaluating Digital Scholarship.  She was also a co-PI of the research grant that funded the Institute of Digital Humanities, Culture, and Media, 1 of 8 landmark research areas selected by TAMU for such funding.”

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