Today, I am a student at Trinity College, Dublin, studying for my master’s in Digital Humanities. I hope to bust open the parent-child logical hierarchy inherent in thematic research collection databases with some crazy new work on Woolf’s Orlando. Something rhizomatic, man. Unleash some play on my digital research.
Before that, I was a middle school teacher in Appalachia. I was also known to play the mountain dulcimer.
Before that, I was a student at the University of Virginia, studying Woolf, nonsense, and absurdity. This prepared me well for teaching middle school.
I also sold bread.
Even before that, I was a college student, studying comparative humanities and French in rural Pennsylvania. I wrote a thesis about North African immigration to France. The incongruity of these things may have led to my future academic interests.
In the future, I will continue to develop my love of cooking, comics, and knowing the names of plants and animals.