Shawna Ross is an Associate Professor of English at Texas A&M University, where she researches and teaches on transatlantic modernism, Victorian literature, and the digital humanities. Her most recent books include the second edition of Using Digital Humanities in the Classroom and Charlotte Brontë at the Anthropocene (SUNY Press, 2020). She is also co-editor of Reading Modernism with Machines and Humans at Work: Histories of Digital Textual Labor. She is currently at work on a study of popular modernist scholarship conducted through memes and Web 1.0 technologies.