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February 7, 2020

Marie-Christine Boucher joins the Programming Historian Project Team

Sofia Papastamkou

Portrait photograph of Marie-Christine Boucher
Marie-Christine Boucher has joined the Programming Historian

We have the pleasure to announce that Marie-Christine Boucher has joined the editorial board of The Programming Historian!

Marie-Christine is a doctoral candidate in Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies at Justus-Liebig University, Giessen, Germany. She holds her B.A. and M.A. degrees in German Studies from the Université de Montréal, Québec, Canada. She has a background in Library and Information Studies, where she first discovered her interest in web development, programming, and use of digital technologies in the humanities, and has since been acquiring skills by self-learning and attending Digital Humanities training courses. Currently, she is in charge of web and IT administration at the International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture of the Justus-Liebig University. Furthermore, she is also a member of the editorial board of the open access journal On_Culture.

Marie-Christine’s joining the team will particularly reinforce The Programming Historian en français where she will contribute as an editor and translator. We are looking forward to working with her and help further grow our francophone version!

C’est avec joie que nous accueillons Marie-Christine Boucher au comité éditorial du Programming Historian. Originaire du Québec, Marie-Christine est actuellement doctorante en littérature comparée et études culturelles à l’Université Justus-Liebig, Giessen, Allemagne. Elle vient plus particulièrement renforcer les rangs du Programming Historian en français. Nous lui souhaitons la bienvenue et avons hâte de travailler avec elle!

About the author

Sofia Papastamkou is a historian and Research Engineer in Digital Humanities at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). She is currently assigned to the Institut de recherches historiques du Septentrion (IRHiS, CNRS/University of Lille). ORCID id icon