Richard Higgins

Indiana University

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Indiana University Libraries

Open Access Publishing Manager

Scholarly Communication Department | Research & Technology Strategies

I support the IUScholarWorks Institutional Repository (DSpace) and the Open Access Journals publishing program (Open Journal Systems).

Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) | IU Libraries' Annual Professional Staff Award Winner (2017)

Dept. of Information and Library Science

Adjunct Lecturer

Luddy Hall, Rm 2107
School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

Education

M.I.S., Information and Library Science, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, May 2016

Indiana University Bloomington

Core subjects: Digital Libraries and Open Scholarship, Computational Humanities, Digital Preservation, Metadata Frameworks and Standards, Repository Systems and Integration


Ph.D., English, College of Arts and Sciences, Dec 2009

Indiana University Bloomington

Minor in Cultural Studies. Certificate in Victorian Studies.

Core topics: Class and Gender, Histories of Emotion and Affect, Science and Technology, Textualities and Reading Practices. Dissertation title: "Feeling Like a Clerk: The Emotional Economy of the Lower Middle Class in Dickens, Gissing, and Wells"


B. A. with distinction, Literature, June 1994

University of California, Santa Cruz

Capstone paper: "Engendering the Court Lady in Castiglione's The Book of the Courtier"