Dr Lucy R. Hinnie (she/her) completed her PhD at the University of Edinburgh in 2019. From 2019-21, she held a Leverhulme Study Abroad Scholarship as a white settler scholar on Treaty Six Territory and the Homeland of the Métis at the University of Saskatchewan, where she was a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Department of English and the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. From 2021 to 2023 she was the Wikimedian-in-Residence at the British Library, and a Digital Skills Wikimedian at Wikimedia UK, as part of their Connected Heritage project, where she worked as a Resident Wikimedian for RAMM. She is also the representative for North West Europe on the Wikimedia Foundation’s ‘Let’s Connect’ working group.
Her research interests include Wiki-based technologies, late medieval and early modern literature, feminist criticism and the pedagogical potential of the digital humanities. She is an enthusiastic advocate for open knowledge and the use of Wiki platforms in academic contexts. Her postdoctoral project delivered a TEI-encoded edition of the fourth section of the Bannatyne Manuscript (c. 1568). She is an Associate Editor at the open access Journal of the Northern Renaissance, a member of the TEI By Example International Advisory Committee and an advisory board member of the Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship.
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