Miranda Marraccini

2017-2018 Sponsored Project Grant Recipient

2017-2018 Graduate Fellow

Miranda Marraccini
  • PhD, English, Princeton University
  • MSt, Nineteenth-Century Literature, University of Oxford
  • BA, English, Amherst College

Miranda Marraccini is currently the Digital Pedagogy Librarian at the University of Michigan, where she teaches students and faculty how to use digital methods in their research and teaching. As Graduate Fellow at Princeton’s Center for Digital Humanities, she created her project The Victoria Press Circle. The project includes a database and network graphs recreating the history of Emily Faithfull's Victoria Press, which employed women in the printing industry.

Recent Posts

Teaching DH

Miranda Marraccini, PhD student in Princeton’s Department of English, was a CDH Graduate Fellow in 2017-2018, and has received several CDH grants for her project, Victoria Press Circle. In this post, Miranda talks abou…