Johnston, Carrie, SMU, Faculty, Dedman College of Humanities and Science

Carrie Johnston is the Digital Humanities Research Designer in Wake Forest University‚Äôs Z. Smith Reynolds Library and adjunct faculty in the department of English. At Wake Forest she collaborates with faculty across disciplines to develop scholarly digital projects through humanistic inquiry and teaches in the English department. Her teaching and research consider the ways that technology has historically informed women’s literary labor, and her work has appeared in American Quarterly and Studies in the Novel, and is forthcoming in College Literature and the edited collection, Humans at Work in the Digital Age: Forms of Digital Textual Labor. She holds a PhD in English literature from Southern Methodist University, where she became interested in digital humanities through a partnership with the university libraries to create a digital collection of rare Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe Railroad advertisements and ephemera.

You can contact her at johnstc@wfu.edu, on Twitter at @CarrieEJohnston, and visit her MLA Commons page at @carrie_johnston.