Lucas da Silva Almeida
NULab Fellowalmeida.firstname.lastname@example.org Lucas da Silva Almeida's Twitter
Lucas da Silva is a PhD student in the Network Science Program. He is also working on his thesis for the Masters program of Complex Systems Modelling at the University of São Paulo. His bachelors is in Political Science from the University of Brasilia. He also has worked for four years as a Policy Advisor at the National Chamber of Deputies in Brazil. Research interests are in the overlap of Complexity and Public Policy, which include modelling the dynamics of parliaments or how systems of government affect economic growth
Benjamin J. Doyle
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Benjamin J. Doyle is a PhD candidate in English at Northeastern University. His research focuses on the nineteenth-century Atlantic world, human rights, and textual interface. Ben is currently project manager for the TEI Archiving, Publishing, and Access Service (TAPAS) and developer for the Early Caribbean Digital Archive (ecda).
Jonathan D. Fitzgerald
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Fields: Literary Journalism, 20th Century American Literature, Digital Humanities
Jonathan Fitzgerald (Fitz) is a second year PhD student in the English Department, a research assistant for the Global Viral Texts Project, and managing editor of DHQ. His interests include Literary Journalism, 20th century American literature, and Digital Humanities. His current research focuses on using classification methods to identify genres in digital newspaper archives. Before enrolling at Northeastern, Jonathan worked as a freelance web developer and journalist, with articles and essays appearing in publications such as The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, and others.
NULab Fellowmccabe.email@example.com Stefan McCabe's Twitter
Stefan joined the Network Science Ph.D. Program in 2016 and has a joint appointment with the Lazer Lab and and the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks. He holds a BA in Government and International Politics and an MA in Computational Social Science from George Mason University. His prior research includes work on agent-based economics and optimizing agent-based models in high-performance computing environments. His research interests include political communication, the intersection of network science and agent-based modeling, and natural language processing.
NULab Fellowpolcha.firstname.lastname@example.org Elizabeth Polcha's Twitter
Fields: Early American and Caribbean literature; Digital Humanities; Atlantic Studies; Feminist Theory
Liz Polcha is a PhD candidate in the English department, specializing in early American and early Caribbean literature. Her dissertation, "The Sable Curtain: Redaction and the Exchange of Women in Eighteenth-Century Transatlantic Print Culture," theorizes the redaction of interracial sexual encounters in colonial Caribbean writing. In addition to her appointment as fellow in the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks, Liz also serves as the Research and Metadata Lead for the Early Caribbean Digital Archive, and as a Research and Encoding Specialist for the Women Writers Project.