Emma Clarke is a PhD candidate in Digital Humanities and Linguistics in the School of Computer Science in Trinity College Dublin. Since completing an M.Phil in Digital Humanities in 2013, she has worked on a number of Digital Humanities projects. These include Letters 1916 – 1923, Drawn to the Page: Irish Artist Illustrations 1830 – 1930 and The 1916 Diary of Dorothy Price. You can find her on Twitter: @Clarke__Emma. Emma is a co-cordinator for this module.
Sara J Kerr
Sara J Kerr is a final year PhD researcher and Hume Scholar in Digital Humanities and English at An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University. Her work examines the theme of independence in the novels of Jane Austen, Maria Edgeworth, and Sydney Owenson through the application of vector space models using R programming. Her website can be found at https://sarajkerr.com and she tweets as @data_fiend.
Sara is a co-cordinator for this module.