Lindsey Seatter (lindsey [dot] seatter [at] kpu [dot] ca) holds a PhD in English from U Victoria and is a Faculty Member at Kwantlen Polytechnic U, where she teaches literature and composition. Broadly, Seatter’s research focuses on the British Romantic period, women’s writing, and Digital Humanities. Her SSHRC-funded dissertation explored the evolution of Jane Austen’s narrative style across her manuscript and print works. Seatter has given presentations at national and international conferences on female literary networks, reading Jane Austen with computers, expanding the Romantic literary canon (#Bigger6), and digital pedagogy. In addition to her teaching, Seatter is the Managing Editor of IDEAH, an Associate Director of DHSI, and an Associated Researcher with the ETCL.
Chris Tanasescu (chris [dot] tanasescu [at] gmail [dot] com) is a poet, academic, and performer who lectured and launched books in the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Vietnam, Australia, France, Romania, and elsewhere. He serves as Altissia Chair in Digital Cultures and Ethics at UCLouvain in Belgium and, as part of his ongoing Graph Poem (#GraphPoem) project, is currently editing a computationally assembled Belgian poetry anthology.