Quinn Dombrowski is the Academic Technology Specialist in the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages at Stanford University. She was previously the director of the DiRT digital research tools directory, and the technical editor of the DHCommons digital humanities project directory and journal (both built using Drupal). She holds a BA/MA in Slavic Linguistics from the University of Chicago, and an MLS from the University of Illinois. Quinn has partnered with faculty on a diverse range of digital projects that use Drupal for research and pedagogy, including a virtual research environment for Bulgarian linguistics and folklore, a bibliography of secondary literature about German multitalent Ernst Barlach, and a digital textbook for clinical pathophysiology at the University of Chicago. She was part of the program staff for Project Bamboo (2008-2012), a large humanities cyberinfrastructure initiative for which Quinn has written a postmortem. Her own projects include a study of graffiti in public areas of university libraries.
Quinn is available as a consultant and site builder for Drupal and Backdrop projects, particularly those with a digital humanities connection. For inquiries, please fill out this form.