Charlotte Lindemann

Digital Public Fellow
Department of English, Stanford University

Charlotte Lindemann is doctoral candidate in the Department of English at Stanford and the editor of Interventions, the blog section of Arcade: The Humanities in the World, where she works with scholars across the humanities to publish informal, academic essays. Her doctoral research traces the formation and significance of narrative conventions in American literature and culture of the nineteenth and early twentieth century, using both traditional and computational methods of reading. She also has a project with the Stanford Literary Lab that uses computational methods to study the representation of film stars in a corpus of women’s magazines, featured in Harpers Bazaar Italia. She has taught courses on American literature, narrative theory, and detective fiction at Stanford and Hunter College. 

Lindemann recently submitted a dissertation titled, "Imaginary Transcripts: Dialogue in Nineteenth Century American Literature." 

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