Mary Catherine Kinniburgh is a doctoral student in the English Program. Her research focuses on book history and the digital humanities, with particular interest in embodied readership, materiality, and critical posthumanism. She is currently working on a maker project titled “Digital Alchemy,” funded by a Provost’s Grant for Digital Innovation, as well as archival research on the contemporary poet Diane di Prima as part of Lost and Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative. Prior to The Graduate Center, CUNY, Mary Catherine served as a Digital Fellow at Columbia University Libraries in the Digital Social Sciences Center during the completion of her M.A. in the Department of English and Comparative Literature. There, she completed a geospatial and networked map of place names in the medieval Icelandic outlaw sagas, and taught workshops on TEI for library applications. She is a former contributor to Archipedia at the University of Virginia, where she received her B.A. as a Jefferson Scholar.