I’m back in Charlottesville after five weeks of traveling in Europe for conferences. I had a wonderful time both at NAVSA Venice (read my thoughts on the conference and workshop here) and at the Ninth Biennial Conference on Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain, held in Cardiff. I met many scholars whose work I’ve admired and quoted for years and met many new colleagues and friends, and Songs of the Victorians received an enthusiastic response. Next week, I’ll be posting news about more updates to Songs of the Victorians (including, I hope, an announcement that the archive and analysis pages for the next song are live).
For this week, I wanted to inform you of two interviews I’ve given since getting back in the country about my digital projects. First, I was interviewed by feminist blogger Jaclyn Munson for “Onward and F-Word” as part of her “women to watch series” about my research, digital projects, and investment in feminism. I was honored to be the first woman interviewed in this group, and you can read the interview here.
This morning, my interview about Augmented Notes with Hope Leman for Critical Margins went live. As many of you probably know, Critical Margins is a blog on “book culture, technology, reading, and publishing in the digital age.” My interview is part of a series that Hope is conducting about advances in digital publishing, and I’m thrilled to be included. If you want to learn more about Augmented Notes, you can read that interview here.
More next week!