Rosamond Thalken is a first year M.A. student interested in digital humanities, postcolonial studies, gender studies, and new media theory. She specifically focuses on the usage of digital literary analysis techniques, such as text mining, as well as the ethics behind such a methodology. Rosamond is also passionate about supporting community literacy, as she serves as the Malone Community Center site coordinator for the Writing Lincoln Initiative. She is the research assistant on an ongoing project analyzing reading and affect with fMRI technology. Rosamond received her B.A. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with majors in English and Film Studies, as well as a minor in Digital Humanities.