...is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at Haverford College. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago in Russian History. He is a co-founder and current officer with SlavicDH, the ASEEES affiliate organization for the Digital Humanities.
Current projects of interest:
Developing a scholarly research application for the more than 400,000 diary entries collected by Prozhito.
Network analysis of short fiction and poetry from Zhurnal'nyi zal.
Workshop on the spaCy natural language processing library at DH Budapest.
TEI2spacy Python library to simplify the loading and saving of the TEI documents for analysis with NLP models using spaCy.
Translations with Olga Livshin in Words for War: New Poems from Ukraine. Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2018.
“’Unwilling’: The One-Word Revolution in Refugee Status, 1940-1951” Contemporary European History, Vol . 23, No. 3 (August 2014): 429-446.
“KVN: Authenticity and Improvised Comedy in the Soviet Union, 1957-1971” in Rob Turncock and Peter Goddard editors, Popular Television in Authoritarian Europe. Manchester: University of Manchester Press, 2013.
“Training in the Amusements of Mars: Peter the Great, War Games and the Science of War, 1673-1699” Russian History/ Histoire Russe, 30, nos. 1-2 (Spring-Summer 2003): 35- 112.