Tyne Daile Sumner Digital Humanities Australasia 2018

Tyne Daile Sumner

Dr Tyne Daile Sumner is an early career researcher in English Literary Studies. Her research interests include C20th American literature, surveillance and privacy. She’s Senior Research Community Coordinator for Research Platform Services at the University of Melbourne where she teaches the web-publishing platform Omeka and runs events and workshops in the Digital Humanities. She’s also a skills and training consultant for the national HASS DEVL (Tinker) project. Her current research project, ‘Surveilit’, aims to establish an online database for exploring the relationship between surveillance and literature, starting with computational text analysis of the FBI’s files on C20th American poets.

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