I started out as a television and Disney movies addict at a very young age, moved on to be amazed as my parents got our first computer and internet access. After a double B.A in English and French Literature at the Sorbonne, I completed a Master's degree in English literature, where I wrote a Master's thesis on The Poetics of Quotations in T.S. Eliot's Waste Land. On an exchange in Cornell University, I was introduced with environmental studies and digital humanities, and decided to apply there and continue in this exciting field. Now a PhD candidate in the Romance Studies department at Cornell, I am very interested in what technology can bring to pedagogy and teaching, but also in the challenges that face the Humanities in an always evolving digital world.