Digital Humanities Developer
Digital Scholarship Services: Digital Humanities Lab
Douglas Duhaime is a Digital Humanities Programmer for the DHLab. He comes to the lab from ProQuest, where he developed Digital Humanities software products as the Text and Data Mining Product Manager, and the University of Notre Dame, where he is completing a dissertation on algorithmic approaches to early modern authorship.
Before joining the lab, Douglas partnered with the HathiTrust Research Center on an HTRC Advanced Collaborative Research Grant, and participated in the NEH-sponsored "Early Modern Digital Agendas", a research summit on computational approaches to early modern English history held at the Folger Library.
You can find Douglas on GitHub, Twitter, and his personal website.