I am currently a graduate student at Indiana University Bloomington working towards a PhD in Information Science centered around how information science can inform the fields of rare books and book history, especially as I continue my research on the Navarrese book trade in the 17th century in my future dissertation.

In 2019, I earned an MA in the History of the Book from the University of London where I learned about book in all its forms, from cuneiform clay tablets to our present-day e-readers, and completed a dissertation on the 17th-century Pamplona bookstore of Lorenzo Coroneu. In 2021, I completed my Masters of Library Science at Indiana University, focusing my studies around rare books librarianship and digital humanities.

Outside of school and research, I enjoy knitting, reading (obviously), and cooking for friends and family.

The Library will endure; it is the universe.

Jorge Luis Borges



PhD in Information Science, Indiana University Bloomington, in progress since August 2021
Masters of Library Science, Indiana University Bloomington, 2021
MA in the History of the Book (with Distinction), Institute of English Studies (IES), School of Advanced Study (SAS), University of London, 2019
BA in Linguistics and Hispanic Studies (summa cum laude), College of William and Mary, 2018
Courses at London Rare Books School, IES, SAS, University of London
A History of Maps and Mapping (2021)
Digital Scholarly Editing: Advanced Methods (2019)
Digital Scholarly Editing: An Introduction (2019)
Book in the Renaissance (2017)
Provenance (2016)
Introduction to Bibliography (2016)

Past Presentations

Webinar, Bibliographic Society of America
4 June 2020, “Awesome Table for Bibliographers”. Click to watch recording.
Seminar on Textual Bibliography for Modern Foreign Languages (annual seminar), British Library, London, UK, 3 June 2019, “‘Prosigue la librería’: Analyzing the bookstore of Lorenzo Coroneu in seventeenth-century Pamplona”


Research Assistant & Text Encoding Analyst (Feb. 2020 – Present)
Chymistry of Isaac Newton, Digital Collections Services, Indiana University Libraries
Research & Operations Analyst (June 2012 – Present)
Lohfeld Consulting Group, Inc.
Student Assistant (Sept. 2016 – May 2018)
Special Collections Research Center, William & Mary Libraries

Pedagogical Experience

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (Aug. 2016 – May 2017)
Hispanic Studies Program, Department of Modern Languages & Literatures, College of William & Mary
Tutor, Linguistics and Hispanic Studies (Sept. 2015 – Dec. 2016)
Tribe TutorZone, Dean of Students Office, College of William & Mary

Honors & Awards

Rees Davies Prize, Royal Historical Society (2020)
R. Merritt Cox Award, Hispanic Studies Program, College of William & Mary (2018)
Ewell Award, College of William & Mary (2018)
Sigma Delta Pi, College of William & Mary (2017)
Alpha Delta Gamma, College of William & Mary (2016)
James Monroe Scholar, College of William & Mary (2015)


American Library Association (ALA)
Bibliographical Society of America (BSA)
Phi Beta Kappa Society, Alpha Chapter, College of William & Mary
Rare Books and Manuscripts Section (RBMS)
Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM)
Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP)
Text Encoding Initiative Consortium (TEI-C)


English (native)
Spanish (advanced)
Latin (basic reading/bibliographic)
Italian (basic reading/bibliographic)

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