I followed a bachelor’s degree in French Language and Culture at the University of Amsterdam and at the Université Paris 7 – Denis Diderot. I obtained a master’s degree in Book and Digital Media Studies at Leiden University. After completing my studies, I worked at the Digital Library for Dutch Literature (DBNL), where I took part in projects on Dutch poetry and children’s books. For the past three years I worked as a Junior Researcher at the Huygens Institute of the History of the Netherlands, creating a digital scholarly edition of the manuscripts of a modern Dutch author.
Currently, I am doing a PhD at the Centre of Manuscript Genetics at Antwerp University. My research concentrates on the textual genesis of a modern literary work and how this can be embedded in the infrastructure of a digital scholarly edition. The project is part of the ‘Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network’ (DiXiT) Marie Curie Fellowship program.