Along with Professor Bruce Janz, I am honored to be part of a special volume of Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies, "Engaging and Extending the Work of Julie Thompson Klein." Our article for this volume is called "Theory Into Practice: Julie Thompson Klein's Boundary Work and Institutional Change." We focus especially on her work in Digital Humanities as well as her contributions to a number of innovative institutions, onsite and online, with a particulat attention to her work as one of HASTAC's founders.
We are grateful to the journal of Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies and the Guest Editor of this special issue, Tanya Augsburg, and the Journal's coeditors Gretchen Schulz amd P. Svem Arvidson, for allowing us to make a PDF of our article available to HASTAC readers. We hope you will all read the full issue and consider subscribing or urging your library to subscribe to this important journal.