Curriculum Vitae

Sarah C. Stanley

Tallahassee, FL

Education

Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY
B.A. in English
Graduated May 2013, Magna cum laude

Northeastern University, Boston, MA
M.A. in English
Graduated August 2015

Work Experience

Office of Digital Research and Scholarship, Florida State University Libraries

  • Assistant Digital Scholarship Coordinator, November 2015-Present
    • Manage projects for DRS collaborators
    • Consult with faculty on research design
    • Teach workshops on digital humanities tools and techniques
    • Develop digital humanities program and initiatives for the University Libraries

Early Caribbean Digital Archive, Northeastern University

  • Project Developer, May 2014-August 2015
    • Established project workflows and protocols
    • Wrote encoding schema and developed project documentation
    • Taught faculty and students digital research methods
    • Wrote essays and blogs to document workflow and promote the archive

Women Writers Project, Northeastern University

  • Research Assistant, Cultures of Reception, September 2014-August 2015
    • Established workflows for future research assistants
    • Transcribed and encoded reviews
    • Researched the reception women’s writing
  • Institutes Coordinator, March 2014-August 2015
    • Created tutorials for TEI, XSLT, ODD, and other XML-related skills
    • Communicated with workshop participants and subscribers
    • Established workflow for expanding current seminar presentation system
  • Encoder and Research Assistant, January 2014-August 2015
    • Encoded and web-published 16th through 19th century texts
    • Developed and wrote internal documentation
    • Aided project manager in the publication process
    • Worked with project manager and XML programmer to fix textbase errors

Service

  • Co-Instructor of Text Encoding, Sex, Gender, and the Renaissance Body — Fall 2014
    • Taught digital research skills to students
    • Published students’ texts
  • English Graduate Student Association, MA Representative — Academic Year 2014-2015
    • Attended meetings with students and faculty
    • Participated in working groups to improve the master’s program

Skills

  • Experience with project management tools, such as Trello and Slack
  • Knowledge of XML and schema languages (such as RELAX NG and schematron)
  • Knowledge of XPath and Regular Expressions
  • Experience with stylesheet languages, such as XSLT and CSS