Jasmine Mulliken is Production and Preservation Manager, Digital Projects, a role that primarily involves working with projects that have already been accepted for publication. Her responsibilities include evaluating the technology powering each project to ascertain its sustainability and its amenability to current and developing archiving and preservation methods. To guide authors and developers to such objectives, she produces the Press’s digital project guidelines and recommendations on platforms, coding standards, and documentation of development and labor contribution. She also coordinates the production workflow, which involves managing the projects’ hosting environments, consulting with contracted authors and developers on projects’ technical attributes, cataloging and registering projects with identifying metadata, advocating for improvement in classification vocabularies for born-digital work, and working with Stanford University Libraries to identify and establish archiving solutions for each project’s unique needs and formats.

Jasmine has a background in Digital Literacies and Literatures with a PhD in English from the University of Texas. Prior to coming to SUP, she spent 5 years as an Assistant Professor teaching Literature and Composition at Oklahoma State University.

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Current Role at Stanford

Production and Preservation Manager, Digital Projects

Education & Certifications

  • PhD, University of Texas at Austin, English (Digital Literacies and Literatures, Modern British) (2011)

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