Education: BA, University of North Dakota, English and Philosophy, 2016
Bio: Marcie Woehl is a third year English PhD student at the University of Rochester. Rooted in post-45 American nonfiction and the digital and public humanities, Marcie’s research focuses on the role of new media in overcoming the barrier between academics and the larger public as well as its potential to fundamentally shape the future of the academy. In addition to her research, Marcie is a project assistant on the William Blake Archive. When not studying for exams, Marcie can be found thinking about making a new website, listening to podcasts, or cooking.