Helen Davies, Ph.D.
Work & Education
Helen Davies teaches courses in medieval literature and the digital humanities. She has recently taught courses in medieval travel literature, literary mapping, multispectral imaging and book history, and an introduction to the digital humanities. Helen will also be leading a study abroad class this summer. She has recently taught graduate courses in Old English and advised thesis on manuscript studies. Her research focuses on the intersection of these two subjects. She uses multispectral imaging and other digital approaches to study medieval manuscripts. Helen’s primary focus is on medieval cartography. Her recent work has appeared in Imago Mundi and is forthcoming in Reading Medieval Maps, Manuscript Studies in William Blake, Digital Philology and Dark Archives.
- Ph.D. University of Rochester, 2020
- M.A. Loyola University Chicago (Digital Humanities), 2013
- M.A. University of York (Medieval Studies), 2011
- B.A. Loyola University Chicago, 2009