Scholarly Publishing and Digital Projects
My scholarship includes both peer-reviewed articles and digital projects that bridge the fields of media archaeology, digital humanities, and scholarly editing. My work has focused on print and manuscript documents from the first century of Spanish colonization in Mexico. My articles consider how these documents have been refashioned by historians in the ninteenth and twentieth centuries; my digital work explores the future of scholarly editing for these colonial texts.
All of my published work is open access and available online.
Comparative Literature, Summer 2017
Digital Humanities Quarterly. November 2016.
Scholarly Editing. May 2016.
Pterodáctilo 11, Fall 2012
An experimental approach to reading rare books in archival contexts. Published with Scalar (2015). (Not reviewed)
A two-year, multi-university effort to develop tools for the automatic transcription of early modern printed books. Funded by the NEH Office of Digital Humanities (2015-2017).
Maria Ryskina, Hannah Alpert-Abrams, Dan Garrette, and Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick
Proceedings of NAACL 2016
Scholarly Book Reviews
SHARP News, Spring 2016
Book Review: Kathryn Burns, Into the Archive.
E3W Review of Books, Spring 2014.