MemberDonna M. Campbell

All articles are available at the WSU Research Exchange, See an updated list of articles here: If you don’t have access and want an article, email me ( or DM me on Twitter (@dmcampbellwsu) and I’ll send it to you.   19th- and early 20th-century American lit, regionalism and naturalism, women writers, digital humanities, early film

MemberEmily Kader

I am the Rare Book Research Librarian at Wilson Special Collections Library, which is part of University Libraries at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I hold a PhD in English from Emory University, where I studied Irish and Appalachian literature and folklore. My current scholarship focuses on twentieth century book history in underrepresented communities as well as radical empathy in the special collections classroom. In my current position at UNC, I support research and teaching with rare books, archives, and special collections.  

MemberBrea Henson

…American Library Association

Association of College and Research Libraries

Contemplative Pedagogy Interest Group

Digital Humanities Interest Group

Literatures in English Section

University Libraries Section

Reference and User Services Association

International Relations

Library Research

Texas Library Association

College & University Library Division: Award: CULD MLIS Scholarship, 2017 ; Award: Melody Kelly CULD Support Staff Stipend for TLA Conference, 2017

New Member Round Table

Modern Language Association

The Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education

Sigma Tau Delta…

Brea (Breanne) Henson is the Administrative Specialist for the Public services Division of University of North Texas Libraries. Ms. Henson assists librarians by assessment, event, instruction, and research support. Current projects that she is assisting with include an annotated bibliography on Liaison Pedagogy with Julie Leuzinger; The UNT Libraries Information Fluency Initiative Curriculum Mapping Project with Greg Hardin; Management Workshop Series for Public Services Librarians with Mary Ann Venner. She is currently working on an extensive research project, titled “Moving Toward a Praxis of Zen Librarianship: Expanding Librarianship with Mindfulness.” She presented a poster on this topic at the 2017 Texas Library Association Conference. She also continues research on Irish mythology and Celtic spirituality; pagan decadence in weird and Gothic literature; and theories related to linguistic othering, power, violence. Her aim is a humanities faculty-librarian position in the next few years.

MemberMarlena Cravens

My dissertation, Among Aliens Abroad, uncovers the techniques used by the Spanish Empire to translate the indigenous languages and cultures of the New World. It reveals how Spanish colonization depended on erasing and selectively rewriting native languages. My research is supported by the 2019-2020 CLIR/Library of Congress Mellon Dissertation Fellowship in the Humanities in Original Sources, the 2019 Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium Fellowship, and the 2020-2021 University Graduate Continuing Fellowship from the University of Texas.   I draw upon digital resources such as Voyant, Palladio, and Python, as well as physical and digital collections in the Americas and Spain, including John Carter Brown Library, the LLILAS Benson Library, the Harry Ransom Center, the Huntington Library, the National Library of Spain, and the Library of Congress, each of which has important collections containing New World indigenous grammars, dictionaries, travel accounts, translated catechisms, and “histories.”

MemberHarriett Green

…Association for College and Research Libraries.

American Library Association.

Association for Computing in the Humanities….
…ies Librarians and Virtual Verse: Changing Collections and User Services for Online Literature.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 41, no. 4: 457–465.

Green, Harriett E. and Angela Courtney. 2015. “Beyond the Scanned Image: A Needs Assessment of Scholarly Users of Digital Collections.” College & Research Libraries 76, no. 5: 690–707.

Chan, Anita Say and Harriett Green. Practicing Collaborative Digital Pedagogy to Foster Digital Literacies in Humanities Classrooms. EduCause Review, October, 27, 2014:…

I am the Associate University Librarian of Digital Scholarship and Technology Services at Washington University in St. Louis. My research interests include digital pedagogy, use and users of digital humanities resources, humanities data curation, and digital publishing.

MemberPatricia Akhimie

Patricia Akhimie is Associate Professor of English at Rutgers University-Newark. She is the author of Shakespeare and the Cultivation of Difference: Race and Conduct in the Early Modern World (Routledge 2018). She is co-editor of Travel and Travail: Early Modern Women, English Drama, and the Wider World (University of Nebraska Press 2019), with Bernadette Andrea. Her research has been supported by the Folger Shakespeare Library, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Ford Foundation, and the John Carter Brown Library.