Claire Richie, UGrow Fellow

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Claire Richie is a third-year PhD student in the English Department and the 2022-2023 UGrow Fellow at the UM Center for Humanities. She received her BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and her MA from King’s College London. Previously, she has completed internships at the North Carolina State Archives, and the British Library; and she has been an instructor at Wake Technical Community College. She has also been an instructor in the University of Miami Writing Studies program.

Her research interests are in early modern studies, manuscript writing, gender and sexuality studies, and the digital humanities. She has presented at conferences such as the Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) and the University of Kent’s MEMS Festival. She has forthcoming presentations at the Sixteenth Century Society Conference and the South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA). She has also served as a research assistant for the Archive of Biographical Writings in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia (ArchBio) and is a recipient of a Digital Humanities Graduate Fellowship. She is co-director of the Early Modern Care project.