2014 Ian Lancashire Student Promise Award: Deanna Fong

CSDH/SCHN is pleased to announce the winner of the annual Ian Lancashire Graduate Student Promise Award. This year’s award recipient is Deanna Fong, a  PhD candidate from Simon Fraser University, for her presentation titled “Students in the Digital Humanities: Rhetoric, Reality and Representation.” She presented the paper on behalf of a team of graduate student and faculty researchers at SFU, including Katrina Anderson, Lindsey Bannister, Janey Dodd, Michelle Levy, and Lindsey Seatter. The society would also like to make three honorable mentions: James O’Sullivan, “More or less all plot”: A Rolling Delta Analysis of the Commodification of Collaboration; Elisa Tersigni: “‘Big Data’: A ‘Mid Data’ Analysis of Early Modern English Letters”; and Graham Sack: “On the Uses and Abuses of ‘Literary Capital’: Culturomics, Translation Networks, and The World Republic of Letters.”