Lisa thinks about technology and text.

About

Lisa Tagliaferri is a researcher, developer, and educator.

Her digital humanities dissertation, Lyrical Mysticism: The Writing and Reception of Catherine of Siena explores issues of language, authority, transmission, and reception. This project uses network analysis and visualization, topic modeling, and text mining to better understand Catherine of Siena’s literary contributions.

Lisa studies digital pedagogy. She is building out a free Creative Commmons-licensed Python software development curriculum. You can read her tutorials, based on student-centered pedagogy and informed by the open web for free online.




Words



DigitalOcean Tutorials


HASTAC blog posts


Code

Catherine of Siena's Letter Network



Data Visualization of Catherine of Siena’s Texts and Network




Futures Initiative Network



Network Analysis of the Futures Initiative




Futures Initiative Website

Web Development

In addition to her own sites, Lisa has contributed code to websites such as:

Futures Initiative

HASTAC

FI Mentoring Program

CUNY Maps of NYC

CUNY Renaissance Studies




GitHub Logo



Coding Projects available on GitHub




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Connect


Email me at LTagliaferri at gradcenter dot cuny dot edu or connect with me through one of the following sites:



Lisa Tagliaferri on Linked In


Follow @lisaironcutter on Twitter