APS Fellowship

Thanks to the generosity of Dr. Martin L. Levitt, I spent the summer of 2017 working on an open data project as Fellow at the American Philosophical Society. Here’s where you’ll find a chronicle of my escapades!
Note: All opinions and reflections are my own and do not reflect those of the American Philosophical Society or its employees.

Posted by | July 25, 2017
Reevaluating source material and interpretation

It's been a couple of weeks since I reported in with an update on my work at the APS, and what an eventful two weeks it has been. Buckle your...

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Posted by | July 10, 2017
Back in Action at APS

I've finally returned to work at APS following two weeks of travel and one of illness (boo!). Luckily I made quite a bit of progress this week and last, and...

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Posted by | June 11, 2017
Week two!

I'm settling in at APS and enjoying the work and workplace atmosphere. My second week was much like the first, involving lots of digitization and image treatment of the aforementioned...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Week one!

The start of June marked my first work week as the first annual Martin L. Levitt Fellow at the American Philosophical Society Library. The fellowship is a joint venture between...

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Posted by | May 22, 2017
New adventure commencing in 4…3…2…

I will begin my fellowship at the American Philosophical Society on June 1st! Stay tuned. Meanwhile, this countdown is a perfect opportunity to reference Peter Schilling's 1983 synthpop masterpiece "Major...

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