Glenn Roe is Professor of French Literature and Digital Humanities in the Faculty of Letters at Sorbonne University, where he teaches into the UFR of French and Comparative Literature and is attached to the Centre d’étude de la langue et des littératures françaises (CELLF UMR 8599) and the LabEx OBVIL. Before moving to the Sorbonne, he was Senior Lecturer in Digital Humanities at the Australian National University and a researcher at the Centre for Digital Humanities Research in the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences. Prior to his time in Canberra, he held a highly competitive Mellon Post-doctoral Fellowship in Digital Humanities at the University of Oxford, the first digital humanities position of its kind at Oxford, and a post held jointly between the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages and the Oxford e-Research Centre. He was also elected as a Research Fellow at Wolfson College and the Voltaire Foundation, both at Oxford. Glenn Roe received his PhD in French Literature from the University of Chicago in 2010.
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