Clare Woods teaches courses on classical and medieval Latin literature, manuscript studies, and – new in Spring 2016 – the History of the Book. Her research interests center on early medieval literature and culture, and range from establishing texts (Latin sermons in particular) to investigation of the physical contexts and intellectual communities in and through which early medieval texts were disseminated. Clare is currently exploring digital technologies to map early medieval intellectual networks. She is enthusiastic about the digital future of scholarship, and what that means for the way we write, present and publish our research. Clare also brings her interest in the production, reworking/reception and dissemination of ancient and medieval stories and narratives to the Franklin Humanities Institute’s new Story Lab as one of its co-directors.