Machaia McClenny began her career as a teacher and librarian, and she now works as the Education Specialist at the Alamo. She holds a Master of Science degree in Library Science from the University of North Texas.
Misty Hurley holds a Bachelor’s in History from Sam Houston State University and a Master’s in Public History from Stephen F. Austin State University. Misty started her career at the Alamo as a Tour Guide and later became the Education Program Assistant, where she worked with students, coordinated field trips, and planned and oversaw summer camp. She recently became the Alamo’s Social Media Coordinator and hopes to continue sharing great information and resources with their adult audiences.
A native New Yorker, Dr. Nicole Smith is University Teaching Professor and Associate Professor of English at UNT. Inside the classroom, she is inspired by smart students and strange texts. Outside the classroom, she enjoys dancing, practicing handstands, and spending time with her son and daughter.
The UNT Department of Linguistics, Digital Humanities at UNT, and the UNT Libraries Digital Scholarship Workgroup welcome Dr. Kristine Hildebrandt, English Language and Literature & Co-Director of the IRIS Center, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Join DH @ UNT and the UNT Libraries Digital Scholarship Workgroup for a special event with Annette Lawrence.
Annette Lawrence is a Professor of Studio Art in the UNT College of Visual Arts and Design. In this talk, she will present work from her recent solo exhibit "Leaning Towards an Algorithm" which visualizes textual data in an analog medium.
Faculty, staff, and students interested in the Digital Humanities are invited to come meet other practitioners and share information about projects and ideas for the coming year.
Wesley G. Phelps received his B.A. and M.A. from the University of North Texas and his Ph.D. in history from Rice University. He is currently an assistant professor of history at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, where he teaches courses on recent United States history, the American South, and LGBTQ history. His current research focuses on gay and lesbian political activism in the late twentieth century.
About the Award
Sponsored by the UNT Libraries, the 2017 UNT Scholarly Works Outstanding Contributor Award recognizes contributors whose items included in the UNT Scholarly Works institutional repository were accessed the most frequently and/or had the highest number of downloads. Awards are made in two categories: UNT Libraries Employees and Other UNT Community Members. Previous winners were ineligible.
Laura Forsberg is currently a long-term National Endowment for the Humanities fellow at the Huntington Library. She received her Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2015 and has taught at Concordia University Texas since 2014. Her articles on Victorian literature and culture have been published in Victorian Studies, SEL: Studies in English Literature 1600-1900 and Papers of the Bibliographical Society.