Natalia Ermolaev is the Assistant Director of the Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton. There, she oversees the CDH project portfolio, project management workflow, and programs for post-doctoral fellows, graduate and undergraduate students. Her background is in Slavic languages and literatures, and research interests include periodical studies, digital libraries and archives. She is also the Project Archivist for the Serge Prokofiev Archive at Columbia University. Natalia is active in promoting digital humanities in Slavic Studies, and is an officer of the Digital Humanities in the Slavic Field group. In 2016-2017, Natalia served a a co-Project Manager for Princeton’s NEH Next Generation PhD Planning grant.
Natalia has a Ph.D. Slavic Languages and Literatures (Columbia University) and an MLIS (Rutgers University). With expertise in literary studies, project management and library science, Natalia offers consultations and workshops at the CDH on project design and implementation, grant writing, and metadata (MODS, EAD, TEI).
For more, see: www.nataliaermolaev.com
Hi Sean, I’ve forwarded your query on to Natalia.
This is Sean Lewis from the English Department of Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Our College of Liberal Arts is looking to do more with Digital Humanities, and one of my colleagues in History forwarded me the link to your upcoming workshop on May 30 at Montclair State University. I filled out the form online to attend, but I have not heard anything back. I just want to make sure that the event is going forward, and that I can attend, before I make travel plans. If you are not the person to contact for this matter, please kindly direct me to the correct contact.
Sean Lewis, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English
Mount St. Mary’s University