Archives for May 2015

Digital Trends in Fairy-Tale Scholarship

I was fortunate enough to be invited to the “At the Crossroads of Data and Wonder Symposium” held at Brigham Young University this month, where folklorists gathered with digital humanities folks to discuss the application of quantitative and digital methods to fairy-tale and folklore research. I compiled all of the #VisualizingWonder¬†tweets into a Storify here, [Read More…]

The Rockstar Vacation Dilemma

I don’t vacation well. I’m a bit of a workaholic, so as much as I love travel and meeting new people and seeing new places, it’s hard for me to really, truly interact with the new places and people. I think I’ve figured out part of why this is. As an academic/belly dancer/sex educator/writer hybrid, [Read More…]