Emily uses digital humanities methods to deepen public and scholarly engagement with our Judaica materials. Currently, she is coordinating the roll-out of the next phase of the Scribes of the Cairo Geniza project.
She brings to Penn considerable experience using digital approaches to help people engage with history and scholarship. Before coming here, she worked at several museums and cultural heritage sites.
Emily holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, with majors in history and digital humanities, from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a Master's Degree in public humanities from Brown University.