Tanya Elizabeth Clement
Eureka Projects
Research Interests

Tanya's general research interests include digital humanities as it impacts academic research libraries and digital collections, research tools and (re)sources in the context of future applications, humanities informatics, and humanities data curation. Her research is informed by theories of knowledge representation, information theory, mark-up theory, social text theory, and theories of information visualization. Her other areas of inquiry include modernist literature, scholarly editing, and digital literacies. Her work involves imagining what we don't know by evaluating and rethinking how institutions curate humanities data and how humanists do scholarship in the contexts that result from changing resources and technologies.

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