Liz Rodrigues is Assistant Professor, Humanities & Digital Scholarship Librarian. Her research focuses on data as an epistemological concept, representational form, and modernist aesthetic in multiethnic U.S. modernist literatures. Prior to holding this position, she was a Council for Library & Information Resources (CLIR) Postdoctoral Fellow at the Temple University Digital Scholarship Center in Philadelphia. She is a co-creator of Reading Cities, a digital platform for textual augmentation, and The Revision Project, an open educational resource for teaching revision in academic writing. She has presented at the HathiTrust UnConference, THAT Camp Philly, and the Digital Americanists roundtable of the American Literature Association.