Digital History + Spatial History + Data Visualization + Corpus Linguistics + History of Indigenous Americas = ??
How does our view of distant, but enormously consequential events, like the Spanish invasion of Inka Peru, change with the application of new methods? My research integrates, digital and spatial history, data science and the digital humanities, distant and close readings, to explore the ways we can rethink history *from below*.
Recent publications include "Beyond Cajamarca: A Spatial Narrative Reimagining of the Encounter in Peru, 1532 - 1533," Hispanic American Historical Review (May 2020) and "Peering beyond the Imperial Gaze: Using Digital Tools to Construct a Spatial History of Conquest," International Journal for Arts and Humanities Computing (2017).