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I am the Director of the Library and Archives at the

Cape Ann Museum.

I write on archival remediation, representation, and labor, as well as on early Anglophone transatlantic textual production and circulation.  Please see my CV for a list of recent publications. After completing a PhD at the University of Texas at Austin and working at the Harry Ransom Center, I was the Director for Digital and Book History Initiatives at the American Antiquarian Society.

 

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2 responses to “

  1. Jim Sidbury

    A book I should have mentioned first when you asked about books yesterday: Dan Richter’s Facing East from Indian Country. The chapter on “Praying Indians” deals with those questions wonderfully (and in New England), and Dan is attending the workshop.

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