Blog Posts & Other Writing

Posts for the Open Scholarship Policy Observatory

“The Analysis & Policy Observatory” / “L’Analysis & Policy Observatory,” February 2019

“The Film Paywall: The Business of Scholarship” / “Le Film Paywall: The Business of Scholarship,” February 2019

“Compliance with Open Access Policy in Canada” / “Conformité à la politique de libre accès au Canada,” January 2019

“Canada Celebrates International Open Access Week 2018” / “Le Canada célèbre la Semaine du libre accès international 2018,” November 2018

“Plan S and cOAlition S” / “Plan S et cOAlition S,” November 2018

Posts for the University of Victoria Digital Scholarship Commons (DSC) Blog

“Mapping The Mysteries of Udolpho with StoryMap JS,” April 2018

“Visualizing Mr. Darcy with Juxtapose JS,” March 2018

Posts for the NASSR Graduate Student Caucus Blog

“Interview with Thora Brylowe and Miranda Burgess,” May 2018

“Roundtable Post: Why Does Romanticism Matter Now, More Than Ever?” May 2017

“Report from CSECS-SCEDHS 2016,” November 2016

“Why We Blog,” October 2016

“Romantic Objects,” April 2016

“Gothic Poetry,” April 2016

“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Roundtable” (contributor), March 2016

“From Perish to Publish: Writing with Papers and Scrivener,” February 2016

“Five Great Things about Alan Rickman’s Colonel Brandon in Ang Lee’s Sense and Sensibility (1995),” January 2016

“We Are Here! Interstellar Messages and Why the Humanities Matter,” December 2015

“Report from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (CSECS) Conference,” November 2015

“The Resonance of the Veil: Some Thoughts about Methodology,” October 2015

“Report from the 12th Biennial IGA Conference: Gothic Migrations,” August 2015

“Report from DHSI 2015,” July 2015

Published Coursework

“Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s “The Charge of the Light Brigade” (Examiner, 1854),” Popular Victorian Poetry (student-authored archive, as CW)

“British Literary Annuals,” Popular Victorian Poetry (student-authored archive, as CW)

“Letitia Elizabeth Landon, ‘Sappho’s Song’ (The Improvisatrice and Other Poems, 1824),” Popular Victorian Poetry (student-authored archive, as CW)