Ashley O’Mara (October 2014, January 2016, and January 2017)

Ashley O’Mara is a PhD student and teaching associate in the Syracuse University English program. She studies asexuality, celibacy, and the queer politics of Catholicism after the Reformation in Early Modern English literature. In her down time, she writes creative nonfiction and listens to Mashrou’ Leila. She has very strong opinions about hummus.


To read and comment on her posts individually, click on the links below:

January 2017:

Un/natural Citizens:  Naturalization and Conversion

January 2016:

The Human in the Digital Humanities (8 January 2016)

Common Knowledge?: EEBO, #FrEEBO, and Public Domain Information (15 January 2016)

A Match Made in the Archive: Reading and Poaching through Ngrams and Rare Books (22 January 2016)

October 2014:

Coda: Asexual Awareness Week and the Future of Queer Theory (31 Oct 2014)

Queering LGBT History: The Case of Sherlock Holmes Fanfic (24 Oct 2014)

Overwriting History: “Reading” and the Case of John Henry Newman (17 October 2014)

Recuperation as Resistance: The Icons of LGBT History (10 October 2014)

A History of LGBT History (3 October 2014)

 

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