Liz Fischer has over 10 years of experience working with humanities researchers and collecting institutions on digital projects, supporting folks with a variety of technological fluency. Before joining AVP, their projects included machine learning’s applications to medieval manuscript studies, network and spatial approaches to book history, and quantitative methods for studying the development of historical text technologies.

Liz holds a BA in English with a side of Computer Science and Digital Humanities from Stanford University, and a PhD from the University of Texas at Austin. Liz lives in Spokane, Washington with their dog, cat, and chickens, and does fiber arts in their spare time.