Catherine DeRose

British Literature | Digital Humanities

 

Teaching and Mentorship Awards (UW-Madison)

  • Capstone Teaching Award recipient, nominated by the English Department, Fall 2015

  • Honored Instructor Award recipient, nominated by students, Fall 2014

  • Best TA Award recipient, nominated by students and awarded by UW-Madison Undergraduate Society for English (MUSE), Spring 2014

  • Outstanding Instructor Award nominee, nominated by fellow instructors, Spring 2013

  • Honored Instructor Award recipient, nominated by students, Fall 2012

  • Graduate Student Peer Mentor Award recipient, nominated by fellow graduate students, Spring 2012

Invited Instructor

Workshop Instructor (Yale University)

  • Maps, Graphs & Data Dashboards, Nov. 2018

  • Introduction to Named Entity Recognition, Sep. 2018

  • Library Carpentry: OpenRefine, Python, the Unix Shell, Aug. 2018

  • Introduction to Python, Apr. 2018

  • Introduction to ArcGIS online, Jan. 2018

  • Creating Websites with GitHub Pages, Apr. 2018

  • Introduction to Git and GitHub, Apr. 2017, Mar. 2018

  • Introduction to Network Analysis with Gephi, Apr. 2017, Oct. 2017

  • Introduction to Story Maps, Mar. 2017, Jul. 2017, Oct. 2017

  • Introduction to Data Visualization with Tableau, Oct. 2016, Feb. 2017, Mar. 2017, Sep. 2017, Feb. 2018, Mar. 2018, Sep. 2018, Nov. 2018

  • Introduction to the Unix Shell, Sept. 2016, Mar. 2018

Guest Lecturer (Yale University)

  • “Visualizing Austen and Scott: Text Mining and Network Graphs.” Jane Austen and Walter Scott: History and Manners in the Romantic Novel. Undergraduate seminar. Professor Anastasia Eccles. Fall 2018

  • “Digital Humanities Methods, Tools, and Publics.” Introduction to Public Humanities. Undergraduate and graduate seminar. Professor Ryan Brasseaux. Fall 2018, 2017, 2016

  • “Mapping Urban Landscapes.” Inequality and the American Metropolis, 1880-1999. Undergraduate seminar. Instructor Nichole Nelson. Fall 2018

  • “Creating a Digital Atlas: Collecting, Mapping, and Sharing Data.” New Orleans in the American Imaginary. Professors Crystal Feimster and Joseph Fischel. Undergraduate seminar. Spring 2018

  • “Introduction to the Digital Humanities.” Performing American Literature. Undergraduate and graduate seminar. Professor Wai Chee Dimock. Spring 2018, 2017

  • “Ethics, Accessibility, and Evaluation in Digital Humanities.” Minimal DH. Undergraduate seminar. Professor Laura Wexler. Spring 2017

  • Workshop on Story Maps. Minimal DH. Undergraduate seminar. Professor Laura Wexler. Spring 2017

  • “Introduction to Network Theory." History 431J: Family and Empire. Undergraduate seminar. Professor Julia Stephens. Spring 2016

  • "What is a Network and How can You Tell?” Co-lectured with Lauren Tilton (American Studies). Mellon Seminar: (En)Visualizing Knowledge. Graduate seminar. Professors Laura Wexler and Inderpal Grewal. Fall 2016

Instructor (UW-Madison)

  • English 100: Introduction to Composition. Undergraduate seminar. Fall 2014.

  • Integrated Liberal Studies 138: Foundations of a Liberal Education. Undergraduate seminar. Fall 2014.

  • Integrated Liberal Studies 138: Foundations of a Liberal Education. Undergraduate seminar. Fall 2013.

  • English 100: Introduction to Composition. Undergraduate seminar. Spring 2013

  • English 100: Introduction to Composition. Undergraduate seminar. Fall 2012

Teaching Assistant (UW-Madison)

  • Shakespeare in Community.” MOOC course. Instructors Jesse Stommel (UW-Madison), Sarah Marty (UW-Madison), R L Widmann (Folger Shakespeare Library). Spring 2015

  • English 216: British and Anglophone Literature from 1750 to the present. Undergraduate seminar. Professor Caroline Levine. Spring 2014

  • English 216: British and Anglophone Literature from 1750 to the present. Undergraduate seminar. Professor Colin Gillis. Fall 2013

  • English 764: Digital Study of Renaissance Literature. Graduate seminar. Professor Michael Witmore. Spring 2011

Guest Lecturer (UW-Madison)

  • “Digital Methods and the Victorian Serial Novel.” English 845: Seriality in the Nineteenth Century. Graduate seminar. Professor Susan Bernstein. UW-Madison, Fall 2013

  • “Victorian Eyes: From Project Design to Grant Applications to Implementation.” Design Studies 469: Art Enterprise: Art as Business. Undergraduate seminar. Professor Sarah Marty. UW-Madison, Fall 2013

  • “‘I Shall Kill No Albatross’: Introduction to Frankenstein.” English 216: British and Anglophone Literature from 1750 to the present. Undergraduate seminar. Professor Colin Gillis. UW-Madison, Fall 2013

  • “Text Analysis on Micro and Macro Scales.” English 960: Seminar in Digital Approaches to British Literature, 1470-1800. Graduate seminar. Professor Robin Valenza. UW-Madison, Spring 2013

  • “Ann Radcliffe and the Supernatural Explained in The Romance of the Forest.” English 442: The Eighteenth Century Gothic Novel. Undergraduate seminar. Professor Robin Valenza. UW-Madison, Spring 2011