The co-winner of the 2021 CDH Dissertation Prize is Lizabel Mónica *22 (Spanish and Portuguese, Princeton University)

Every year, the Center for Digital Humanities recognizes exceptional doctoral work by Princeton PhDs whose dissertation includes a digital humanities component. The co-winner of the 2021 CDH Dissertation Prize is Lizabel Mónica *22 (Spanish and Portuguese).

Lizabel’s project, Literatura por otros medios: Tecnología digital y campo literario en la Cuba contemporánea, was grounded in methodologies and questions regarding digital humanities. “My dissertation examines the legacies of a digital paradigm in the field of literature in Cuba,” Lizabel said. “I explore how digital technologies are modifying the relationship between producers and consumers of literature in 21st-century Cuba.”