book history, digital humanities, new media, media archaeology, early modern literature and culture, creative/critical methods
Eighteenth-Century Literature, Women Writers, Book History and Bibliography, Digital Humanities, Periodicals, Material Culture
Early Modern London; Shakespeare; TEI; editing; textual criticism; book history; digital humanities; geohumanities; GIS; urban cartography
I’m currently a postdoctoral fellow in Digital Public Humanities at Brown University‘s John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage. I’m interested in digital humanities, digital archives, public history, public humanities, the history of reading, libraries, new media, poetry, and comic books.
American literature, ethnic and minority literature, periodical studies, digital humanities, book history, southwestern literature, women’s literature
Early American Literature, Nineteenth-Century American Literature, Digital Humanities, Book History, Textual Scholarship, Bibliography, Distant Reading, Text Mining.
emily dickinson, experimental writing, poetry, digital humanities, book history, textual studies, book arts, post structuralism, feminism, melville, 19th century american literature, archives, pedagogy, college bridge instruction, alt-ac.
Scholarly interests: Romanticism, Digital Humanities, media studies, gothic literature, travel literature, book history
Extracurriculars: rock climbing, cooking, photographing my cats
Dylan Lewis is a PhD student in English Literature. He is also a part-time instructor in the Department of Germanic Studies and a graduate assistant in UMD’s BookLab. Dylan studies the crosscurrents between English and German-language novels throughout the long eighteenth century with particular interests in book history and bibliography, translation, epistolary novels, the Gothic, paratexts, and digital humanities. Prior to his doctoral studies, he received a master’s degree in German Literature, a graduate certificate in Book History & Digital Humanities, and a bachelor’s degree in English and German from Texas Tech University. You can find him tweeting about the eighteenth century and more at @IAmDylanLewis.
Renaissance Italy, Captivity, Slavery, Incarceration, Maritime History, Minorities, Jews, Muslims, Africans, Missionary Orders, Florence, Intellectual History of Slavery, Mediterranean History, Atlantic History, Transnational History, Digital History, Mapping, Text Mining, Book, Printing, and Manuscript History