Adam Mazel, Digital Scholarship and Instruction Librarian

Adam Mazel

Job Title
Digital Scholarship and Instruction Librarian
Department/Program:
Schaffer Library, Research Services

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Bio

Adam helps teach, facilitate, and manage computational methods of scholarship from information literacy to the digital humanities, specializing in computational text analysis. His M.S. in Library and Information Science is from Simmons University (2019), and his Ph.D. in English Language and Literature is from the University of Michigan (2014). As a digital scholar, Adam helped research and teach for Northeastern University’s Women Writers Project and Digital Scholarship Group. As a Victorianist, Adam has numerous publications: his peer-reviewed articles have appeared in Victorian Literature and Culture, Victorian Poetry, and Nineteenth-Century Literature; and he writes the annual “Guide to the Year's Work” on the poet Algernon Charles Swinburne for Victorian Poetry.

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Academic credentials

Ph.D. in English Language and Literature; M.S. in Library and Information Science