About

I studied literature and information at the University of Wisconsin—Madison. Now I’m a digital scholarship librarian in Raynor Memorial Libraries at Marquette University. I do poetry, translation, digital humanities, public digital scholarship, and digital literacy.

Education


  • MA, Library & Information Studies, University of Wisconsin—Madison

  • MA, English Literary Studies, University of Wisconsin—Madison

  • MA, Comparative Literature, University of Wisconsin—Madison

  • BA, English Literature, Phi Beta Kappa, Rhodes College

Work Shared in CORE

Poetry
Translations

Other Publications


  • “Enigmatic, Tragic, Crip; or, Crip Time in Sophocles’s Oedipus and Aristotle’s Poetics,” Journal of Gender, Ethnic, and Cross-Cultural Studies 2.1 (2023): https://epublications.marquette.edu/jgecp/vol2/iss1/4.

  • 1833 Treaty with the Chippewa, Ottowa & Potawatamie Indian Nations: a primary source digital reader, edit. Benjamin Fenelon and Maxwell Gray (Milwaukee, WI: Digital Scholarship Lab at Raynor Memorial Libraries, 2023): https://treaties.raynordslab.org/1833/.

  • Ezra Pound’s “The Music of Beowulf”: A Digital Critical Edition and Introduction, edit. Maxwell Gray (Madison, WI: Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture, 2019): https://uw.digitalmappa.org/57. DOI: 10.21231/5sh6-ga95.

Blog Posts

    Projects


    • “Beowulf in Teejop,” @ Edge Effects (Center for Culture, History, and the Environment)

    • “‘high places round these lakes’: Medieval Studies and White Settler Colonialism at UW-Madison,” @ The Sundial (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies)

    Memberships


    • Wisconsin Library Association

    • Modern Language Association

    • I’m also a member of the executive committee of the Marquette University chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), where we advocate for academic freedom and shared governance on campus.

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