Bridget Moynihan

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Bridget Moynihan

Postdoctoral Fellow
Campus Location
Nicholson Tower - Room 408

Bridget is the INKE (Implementing New Knowledge Environments, and Library and Archives Canada – Bibliothèque et Archives Canada ( postdoctoral fellow. She is co-supervised by Dr. Laura Estill (StFX) and Dr. Constance Crompton (University of Ottawa).


  • Ph.D. English (University of Edinburgh)
  • MLIS (Western University)
  • M.A. English (University of Calgary)
  • B.A. Honours, English and Sociology (University of Calgary)

Research Interests: Digital Humanities; Archives; Archival Ephemera; 20th Century Literature; Research through Design


Journal Articles:

Bridget Moynihan and Sara Clarke. Online Content Analysis of Ontario Public Libraries’ Sensory Programming and Service Offerings. Emerging Library & Information Perspectives, 5(1), 2022.

Bridget Moynihan. Navigating Brave New Worlds: A Close Analysis of Anne McLaren’s Laboratory Notebook. Electronic British Library Journal, Article 9, December 2019.

Bridget Moynihan and Akmal Putra. Prototyping the Archival Ephemeral: Experimental Interfaces for the Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks. Digital Studies/Le champ numérique, 9(1), January 2019.

Uta Hinrichs, Stefania Forlini, and Bridget Moynihan. In Defense of Sandcastles: Research Thinking Through Visualization in Digital Humanities. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, November 2018.

Stefania Forlini, Uta Hinrichs, and Bridget Moynihan. The Stuff of Science Fiction: An Experiment in Literary HistoryDigital Humanities Quarterly (DHQ); Digital Humanities Summer Institute Colloquium Special Issue, 2016.

Uta Hinrichs, Stefania Forlini and Bridget Moynihan. Speculative Practices: Utilizing InfoVis to Explore Untapped Literary CollectionsIEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (Proceedings Visualization / Information Visualization, October 2015), 22(1):429-438, 2016.


Digital Découpage: Reading and Prototyping the Material Poetics and Queer Ephemera of the Edwin Morgan Scrapbooks, 1931-1966PhD Thesis, University of Edinburgh, 2020.

Body Modification: Recombinant Materiality and Ethics in the Remediated Print Wor(l)dMasters Thesis, University of Calgary, 2015.