Hannah Lilley works across the literary and material cultures of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. She is interested in digital humanities, skill and its expression, material texts, and archives. Hannah recently completed a PhD at the University of Kent titled: ‘Interpreting Practice: Scribes, Materials and Occupational Identities 1560-1640’. This project focussed on scribes who wrote for a living and their material, spatial and textual practices, and it used an interdisciplinary method encompassing theoretical approaches, a digital technique called Image Processing, and archival work. She was also a short term Huntington Library fellow in 2017.