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Claudia Berger

Visiting Assistant Professor

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Claudia Berger is the Digital Humanities Librarian at Sarah Lawrence College. Their research centers around new approaches to digital humanities research, like physical data visualizations and digital environmental humanities. She also serves as an Editor of dh+lib working on the biweekly dh+lib Review and editing special issues. Previously they worked at the Mellon Foundation as a Librarian, where they helped support research in the Foundation’s four program areas: higher learning, arts and culture, public knowledge, and humanities in place.

MSLIS and Advanced Certificate in Digital Humanities, School of Information, Pratt Institute

MA Classics & Ancient History, University of Exeter

BA Electronic Media & Art and Classics, Bard College at Simon’s Rock.


Physical Data Vis (2023-present)
Maintain a public Zotero folder on data physicalization in a number of fields as a resource for interested scholars, librarians, and students.


Sula, C.A. and Berger, C. (forthcoming). “Training Information Professionals in the Digital Humanities: An Analysis of DH Courses in LIS Education.” College & Research Libraries.

Berger, C. (July 2023). Review of Making With Data: Physical Design and Craft in a Data-Driven World, edited by Huron, S., Nagel, T., Oehlberg, L., and Willett, W. College & Research Libraries.

Dennis, M., Hayes, K., Berger, C., Lee, J., Sula, C. A., & Talbot, B. (2022). Countermapping Plants and Indigenous Lifeways in North America: A Case Study of Tending to Turtle Island,” in Routledge Handbook of the Digital Environmental Humanities, edited by Charles Travis, Robert Legg, Luke Bergmann, Arlene Crampsie, and Deborah Dixon. Routledge.