Alumni

Loyola’s CTSDH has been a pioneer and innovator in Textual Studies and Digital Humanities education, establishing one of the nation’s first graduate-level programs in 2011.

Since its inception, the CTSDH’s  graduate program has trained a number of professionals pursuing careers in such diverse fields as archives and libraries, software development , and corporate positions.  Others have gone on to prestigious doctoral programs. The CTSDH’s graduate program trains students broadly The CTSDH’s curriculum is innovative for balancing theory and practice, teaching the best professional standards while preparing students for employment in multiple areas of digital humanities practice. The CTSDH promotes an inclusive environment for textual studies and digital humanities training.

The variety of careers pursued by CTSDH-trained digital humanists is illustrated by our alumni:

Graduation Term: Fall 2013

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Final Project: Single Page Apps for Humanists: A Case Study using the Perseus Richmond Times

Occupation: Software Engineer, 4C Social Media Analytics

 

Graduation Term: Spring 2015

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Graduation Term: Spring 2013

Twitter: @helsinhashtags

Final Project: The Digital Danelaw - Viking Life in Medieval Britain

Occupation: PhD student at the English department of the University of Mississippi (2014-2016), PhD student at the English department at University of Rochester (2016), graduate student coordinator with the Lazarus Project

Graduation Term: Fall 2012

Twitter: @mandygagel

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Occupation: Associate Editor, The Mark Twain Project at the University of California, Berkeley

 

Graduation Term: Spring 2014

Twitter: @hannahgillow

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Occupation: Archivist at the Queer Archive at the University of Bergen Library, Norway

 

Graduation Term: Spring 2014

Twitter: @erik_a_hanson

Final Project: Mapping The Possible: Graph Database Concept Using Nintendo's "Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina Of Time" and Neo4j

Occupation: IT Manager, Old Republic Insurance, Chicago, IL

Graduation Term: Summer 2016

Twitter: @niamhmcguigan

Final Project: Function Words, Topic Models and Lexical Variety: Statistical Approaches to Close Reading The Good Soldier

Occupation: Head of Reference Services, Loyola University Chicago Libraries

 

Graduation Term: Spring 2016

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Final Project: Roots4all: A Genealogical Repository Mapping Tool

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Graduation Term: Spring 2014 

Twitter: @stilletobrarian

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Occupation: Humanities Librarian at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in the library's Center for Digital Scholarship

 

Graduation Term: Spring 2014

Twitter: @yamathan

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Occupation: QA Engineer at Unit 4 Education Solutions

Graduation Term: Spring 2015

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