I am a medievalist and digital humanist from Buenos Aires, Argentina. As a medievalist, I’ve studied mostly German, French and Iberian literatures of the High Middle Ages, but I’m passionate about all things medieval. As a digital humanist, I’ve been working on digital scholarly editing, humanities data models and many other issues (stylometry, distant reading). For my PhD, I created a digital edition of three Middle High German verse narratives from the 13th century (to be published soon).
I am currently working as a Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Heidelberg (Germany), member of the Collaborative Research Centre 'Material Text Cultures', where I develop innovative publication formats for the Humanities.
I am interested in the ways technology affects society and individuals, and focus on how it alters our understanding of the past.
I am also a boardgames aficionado.