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Corey Clawson

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Rutgers University

Corey is an administrative professional who adores supporting the research, teaching, and service missions of higher education. He has lived several lives in higher education: helping undergraduates connect with research opportunities, teaching world literature courses on the short story and exile, planning events, and a range of research projects on a range of topics— digitally mapping queer networks of influence; fugitive polygamist narratives; and the work of Elizabeth Bishop, Gabriela Mistral, and August Wilson.

For him, the sweet spot for his research interests lays at the intersection of queer studies, comparative literary history, and digital public humanities. He also dabbles in (board) game studies and disability studies.

Latest Posts by Corey Clawson

Unearthing Historical Networks Using Neo4j and Archival Documents

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Corey Clawson at NODES 2019 in October 2019. Project Goals This project is an outgrowth of my graduate studies, which looked at archipelagic and archive studies, and analyzed what they have in common. Initial goals for this project included... read more