Interdisciplinary Tracking

This year has granted me the opportunity to work with various interdisciplinary scholars and explore how other disciplines interact with animal subjects. While touring MSU’s Museum of Natural Science Collections, we observed marks of DNA analysis in turtle...

Museum Spaces

Recently, I’ve gained the opportunity to work with museum curators and staff through the SEEK fellowship. This year, the museum is building an exhibit based on “Observation.” You can peruse the exhibit’s topic at this link:...

Let Me Reintroduce Myself

It is an honor and a privilege to once again be among such a multitalented and interdisciplinary group of scholars.My name is Sandy Burnley and I am an ABD PhD candidate currently on the job market. My areas of specialization include nineteenth-century British...

Working between programs and hiccups

For the most part, adapting Lead’s Bootleaf coding to suit my needs has been fairly flawless. I have been able to incorporate three maps, including Sherlock Holmes The Hound of Baskerville, Ouida’s Puck, and Virginia Woolf’s Flush. Somehow the...

Mapping Nonhumans

Originally I planned on using Brian McBride’s Bootleaf to launch this project of mapping nonhuman presence across a Victorian landscape. His template conveniently conjoins the benefits of Leaflet and Bootstrap, but its convenience is also its pitfall, at least...