Miranda Canilang • Miranda is a junior Physics major at Bryn Mawr College. She is fascinated by the interplay of technology and improvements in everyday life. In her free time she is an amateur graphic designer and social media junkie.
Amanda Lee • Amanda Lee is a sophomore at Swarthmore planning to major in English and Psychology. She joined the Re:Hum Working Group because she has become fascinated with the digital humanities as a medium for storytelling. When she’s not doing homework, she’s sleeping, watching YouTube, writing, or playing video games and board games.
Tara Holman • Tara Holman is a freshman at Bryn Mawr College and a prospective English and International Studies major. She is primarily fascinated by data visualization in addition to uses of digital humanities in everyday life. In her free time, she can be found reading, writing or taking photographs.
Leila Selchaif • Leila Selchaif is a sophomore English major at Swarthmore College with a concentration in Creative Writing and minors in History and Classics Studies. Her pet obsession is the intersection between speculative fiction and classical epic and mythological tradition. All her time not spent reading is spent playing Ultimate Frisbee.
Hannah Weissmann • Hannah Weissmann is a junior Classics major at Haverford College from Los Angeles, CA. She is intrigued by the use of digital tools in academic spaces and she spends her summers teaching Scratch game design to elementary school students. She is also a member of the Bi-Co Digital Scholarship Fellowship, and hopes to build on her current investigation in the use of digital tools for Classical scholarship.