Tess Henthorne is a first year M.A. student with the English program at Georgetown University and supports the Apprenticeship in Teaching Program as a Graduate Associate at CNDLS.
Tess graduated from the College of Wooster in 2016 with a B.A. in English, where she first gained interest in the digital humanities after using the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) to construct an encoded edition of an unpublished novel manuscript from the Newberry Library as a component of her Independent Study thesis. At Georgetown, she plans to further develop her research interests of the digital humanities in addition to 19th century British literature and science fiction.
Outside of work and classes, Tess enjoys eating, finding new places to grab coffee, and pretending to be one of those adorable Gilmore Girls.