Jennifer Isasi, Ph.D.

Jennifer Isasi, Ph.D.

Assistant Director of the Office of Digital Pedagogies and Initiatives
Director of the Digital Liberal Arts Research Initiative

Dr. Jennifer Isasi recently join PSU as an Assistant Research Professor of Digital Scholarship. Her position in progress will establish a research methodologies community at PSU to articulate and integrate digital research in projects in the humanities and social sciences. She also collaborates with the Department of Research Informatics and Publishing at PSU Libraries to participate in collaborative workshops, run DH grants and assist research in general. Jennifer is also a member of the editorial board of the open access journal Programming Historian. She contributes to the Spanish-speaking team with translations and editing, and serves as the Communications Manager for the overall board.

Prior to joining Penn State, Jennifer was a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow in Data Curation in Latin American and Latino/a Studies at the University of Texas Libraries, where she contributed to collections as data efforts, educational resources, and digital scholarship initiatives at LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Collections. Isasi holds a Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies with a specialization in Digital Humanities from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2017), a MA in the same field, a Certificate on Professional Qualification on Digital Humanities (2015) and a BA in English Philology (2011).

Professional Portfolio

Professional portrait of Dr. Jennifer Isasi.


Análisis de sentimientos de traducciones: un experimento para contextos de humanidades digitales multilingües
Jennifer Isasi
Publicaciones de la Asociación Argentina de Humanidades Digitales
November 2023
Professional portrait of Dr. Jennifer Isasi.
A Model for Multilingual and Multicultural Digital Scholarship Methods Publishing: The Case of Programming Historian
Jennifer Isasi; Riva Quiroga; Joana Vieira Paulino; Nabeel Siddiqui; Alex Wermer-Colan
Multilingual Digital Humanities
November 2023
Acercamiento al análisis del sistema de los personajes en la narrativa escrita en español: el caso de Zumalacárregui y Mendizábal de Pérez Galdós
Jennifer Isasi
Caracteres: Estudios culturales y críticos de la esfera digital
August 2017
From Jesusita to Jane: Personal names, self-presentation and digital preservation of Mexican American experience in the US Midwest
Jennifer Isasi; Isabel Velázquez; Janette Avelar
Revista de Humanidades Digitales
December 2018
Humanitate Digitalak eta ikerketa ezberdinen azterketa
Jennifer Isasi; Mikel Iruskieta
IKTak eta konpetentzia digitalak hezkuntzan
December 2020
¿Sin equivalencia? Una reflexión sobre la traducción al español de recursos educativos abiertos
Jennifer Isasi; Antonio Rojas Castro
December 2021
Relocating Complexity: The Programming Historian and Multilingual Static Site Generation
Matthew Lincoln; Jennifer Isasi; Sarah Melton; François Dominic Laramée
Digital Humanities Quarterly
June 2022
¿En qué lengua citamos cuando escribimos sobre Humanidades Digitales?
Jennifer Isasi; Gimena del Rio Riande
Revista de Humanidades Digitales
December 2022