Emma Davenport

Emma Davenport is a sixth-year PhD candidate in Duke’s English department, where her dissertation examines the relationship between the Victorian novel and legal theories of contract. In her teaching, she is particularly interested in the ways that digital technologies can contribute to effective pedagogy. She has been involved in Duke’s Data Expeditions and Data+ programs and she has presented work on digital pedagogies at the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute. In fall 2019, she will be presenting a Twitter analytics workshop at UNC-Charlotte and giving a paper at the Victorianist Data Network Conference at the University of Virginia.