Catherine DeRose

Catherine DeRose is a technical writer for a software company. She is the former Program Manager for the Yale Digital Humanities Lab, where she taught workshops on data analysis and visualization, met with researchers for project consultations, and directed the Digital Humanities Teaching Fellows program. She also held an appoint as a Lecturer in Yale’s Department of Statistics and Data Science, where she taught a course on humanities data mining.

Catherine received her PhD in English literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she taught courses on British literature and composition. Her work brings together scholarship on media studies, information history, and history of the book to think about nineteenth-century print expansion alongside mass digitization today. She currently serves on the Editorial Board for the Nineteenth-Century Data Collective, which aims to increase discoverability for nineteenth-century datasets, share teaching resources, and take data creation seriously as an intellectual enterprise.

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