Alice McGrath

Senior Digital Scholarship Specialist

Alice McGrath supports digital scholarship in many forms, including pedagogy, project management, and training around technologies for digital research and publication. She is available to consult on any topic related to digital scholarship: feel free to email her to set up an appointment. Alice earned her Ph.D. in English from the University of Pennsylvania, specializing in eighteenth-century British literature and gender and sexuality studies. Before coming to Bryn Mawr in 2019, she was the Postdoctoral Fellow for Accessibility at Penn Libraries, where she helped develop the Accessibility Mapping Project and served as research coordinator for the Early Novels Database. Her professional interests include print and digital archives, the materiality of digital texts, feminist and queer studies, experimental fiction, text mining, metadata, digital accessibility, and disability studies.

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Cameron Boucher

Educational & Scholarly Technology Assistant

Jeff Hopkins

Educational Technology Specialist

Sean Keenan

Educational Technology Specialist


Stella Fritzell – Digital Scholarship Graduate Assistant

Stella is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Greek, Latin & Classical Studies under the supervision of Radcliffe Edmonds. She received her M.A. from Bryn Mawr College in 2019 and her B.A. in Classical Studies and Music from Carlton College in 2015. Her research interests broadly include: mythology, religion, and performance, and she is currently working on a digital project that explores the intersections of mythical story and geographic place. Stella views digital scholarship as an essential tool for establishing both new means of accessing traditional fields of scholarship and new methodologies of teaching and learning in the classroom.

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