Marie Saldaña is the new Academic Technology Specialist for History. Prior to joining the Stanford Libraries, Marie earned her M.Arch. and Ph.D. in Architecture at UCLA and held postdoctoral fellowships at Rice University and UNC-Chapel Hill, where she taught Spatial and Digital Humanities. Her research which focuses on urban identity and the formation of frontier communities, has taken her to Greece, Turkey, and more lately the borderlands of south Texas. Due to her background in architecture, Marie's work in digital humanities has focused on spatial and visual representation and argumentation though she is broadly interested in all aspects of digital history and excited to dive into new topics and methods. More about Marie and her work can be found on her website.