Go West, young woman! –Horace Greeley (misattribution modification)
Sarah E. Cornish is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Northern Colorado where she teaches courses in transatlantic modernism and the middlebrow, film studies, and the digital humanities. Sarah is co-founder of the Feminist inter/Modernist Association, and her scholarship focuses on the modern city, urban subjectivity in modernist and middlebrow texts, and women writers of the interwar period. She was on the organizing committee for “Digital Diversity,” a DH conference to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Orlando text base, held in 2015. Sarah teaches faculty workshops on digital pedagogy and innovative research. Her work has been published in the Virginia Woolf Miscellany, Woolf Studies Annual, and The Rocky Mountain Review. She co-edited Woolf and the City: Selected Papers from the Nineteenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf (Clemson UP, 2010). You can follow her on twitter @secornish.