Galileo's Library in Data-Driven Context. In preparation for June 2022.
Galileo’s Assayer: A Digital Humanities Edition and Translation. Neo-Latin translations by Dan Dooley and Tim Smith. In preparation for August 2021.
Selected Letters of Vernon Lee, 4 vols. Eds. Mandy Gagel and Sophie Geoffroy. Italian transcriptions and translations by Crystal Hall. Routledge. Vol. 1,
1856-1885. 2016. Vol. 2, 1886-1895. 2020. Vol. 3 in preparation for Dec. 2021.
- Galileo’s Reading. Cambridge University Press, December 2013.
Digital Humanities Projects
- Lisa Botshon (University of Maine, Augusta), PI. "Maine's Mid-Century Moment." DH consultant on data creation, network analysis, and spatial representation.
- With Hannah Marcus (Harvard) and Paula Findlen (Stanford), GaLiLeO Lab: Galileo's Library and Letters Online. In development. Prototype demonstrated 2018.
- Galileo's Library. http://research.bowdoin.edu/galileos-library
Symposia and Edited Volume
- Network@1800: New Directions in German and European Studies
- “Computational Parallax as Humanistic Digital Inquiry” in Debates in Digital Humanities: Computational Humanities, eds. Jessica Marie Johnson, David Mimno, and Lauren Tilton. University of Minnesota Press. Accepted. Anticipated in 2021.
- "Astronomy and Print Networks in Galileo's Library" in NTRS-DH@RSA, eds. Randa El-Khatib and Caroline Winter. Anticipated in 2021.
- "An Eighteenth-Century American Library in its European, Material Context," in Network@1800: Non-Linear European Histories, eds. Birgit Tautz and Crystal Hall. Under review.
- “Crafting Early Modern Readers: Galileo and His Interlocutors.” Invited chapter for The Palgrave Handbook of Early Modern Literature, Science, and Culture, eds. Howard Marchitello and Evelyn Tribble. New York: Palgrave, 2017. pp. 139-158.
With Hannah Marcus. "Shattering crystal with crystal: Galileo’s rhetoric, lenses, and the epistemology of metaphor." Forthcoming.
With Eric Chown and Fernando Nascimento. "A Critical, Analytical Framework for the Digital Machine.” Interdisciplinary Science Reviews. In press. https://doi.org/10.1080/03080188.2020.1865659
"Small Teaching, Digital Humanities, and the Italian Renaissance." Italian Language and Culture Conference: Challenges in the 21st Century Italian Classroom. 1 (2020): 89-103. http://hdl.handle.net/10822/1060512
With Erik Peterson. "'What is Dead May Not Die': What if the Mechanism/Vitalism debate never truly ended?" Journal of the History of Biology. 2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10739-020-09618-1
"Digital Humanities and Italian Studies: Intersections and Oppositions." Italian Culture 37.2 (2020): 97-115. https://doi.org/10.1080/01614622.2019.1717754
"Galileo's Library at the Intersection of Digital Humanities and Italian Studies." Italian Culture 37.2 (2020): 159-166. https://doi.org/10.1080/01614622.2019.1717788
"Galileo's Ariosto: The Value of a Mixed Methods Approach to Literary Analysis," Humanist Studies and the Digital Age. 5.1 (2017): 96-107.
With Margaret Boyle. "Teaching Don Quixote in the Digital Age: Page and Screen, Visual and Tactile." Hispania. 99.4 (2016): 600-614.
- “Galileo’s Library Reconsidered,” Galilaeana, XII (2015): 25-78.
- With Pamela Fletcher. "Digital Humanities and the Common Good." Maine Policy Review Special Issue: The Humanities. 24.1 (2015): 124-131.
- “‘Isolated from any village’: Vernon Lee’s Florence and Villa il Palmerino,” invited chapter for Nineteenth-Century Legacy: Anglo-American Expatriate Life in Florence, eds. Sirpa Salenius and Elise Ciregna, special issue of California Italian Studies Journal. 6,000 words. In press.
- “Orlando furioso: The Board Game” SMART: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching. Peer-reviewed article. 5,000 words. In press.
- “The Poetic Value of Galileo: Giulio Strozzi’s Venetia edificata (1624) and the Myth of Venice,” Renaissance Quarterly 66.2 (2013). Peer-reviewed article. 15,000 words. In Press.
- “Vasari and Renaissance Book Culture.” SMA Register VIII.3 part 1. July 1, 2010-June 30, 2011. (2012): 58-87. Peer-reviewed article. 10,000 words.
- “Galileo’s Rhetoric of Fable.” Quaderni d’Italianistica XXXI.2 (2010): 91-112. Peer-reviewed article. 8,500 words.
- "Magni, Isabella, Lia Markey, and Maddalena Signorini. Italian Paleography." Early Modern Digital Reviews. 3.3 (2020). In press.
- "Ray, Meredith K. Daughters of Alchemy. Women and Scientific Culture in Early Modern Italy. (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2015.)" Forum Italicum. 51.3 (2017): 827-829.
- "Nick Wilding. Galileo's Idol: Giovanbattista Sagredo and the Politics of Knowledge (Chicago:
University of Chicago Press, 2014.)" American Historical Review. 121.1 (2016): 324-
- “Maurice A. Finocchiaro, The Routledge Guidebook to Galileo’s Dialogue (London: Routledge, 2014).” Isis 106.1 (2015): 182-3.
- “Tommaso Campanella, Selected Philosophical Poems of Tommaso Campanella. A Bilingual Edition, ed., trans. and annotations by Sherry Roush (University of Chicago Press, 2011).” Annali d’italianistica 31 (2013): 652-654.
- “Mark Peterson, Galileo’s Muse (Harvard, 2011).”Sixteenth Century Journal XLIII.4 (2012): 1201-1203. 600 words.