Dawn Childress digital scholarship : book history : textual studies

Projects & more

The work below includes digital scholarship & pedagogy projects; papers and conference presentations; and tutorials and workshop materials.

Book Annotation Classification Engine

Machine-learning experiments to identify and classify annotations in digitized printed books in IIIF-hosted collections


A Jekyll framework for maps, images, and texts using Leaflet and Leaflet-IIIF

Translating Networks

Exploring literary translation communities through network analysis


A web application for publishing TEI-encoded text with geographic data to the web

Editorial Matters: Data, Truth, and Interpretation in the Archives

Presented at the 2015 Digital Antiquarian Conference in Worcester, MA

Digital Scholarly Editing with TEI

A workshop for participants of the 2015 Digital Antiquarian Workshop

Mapping Maupassant's Bel-Ami

A digital literary cartography project for the undergraduate 'Belle-Epoque Paris' course

The open bibl project

A lightweight solution for creating and publishing open, dynamic bibliographies to the web

Les Écrits d'Aimé Césaire: biobibliographie commentée (1913-2008)

Work-based bibliography of the Franchophone poet and activist Aimé Césaire and his circle