Robin Wharton holds a PhD and a JD from The University of Georgia, and she is currently a lecturer in English at Georgia State University, where she teaches courses in digital and multimodal rhetoric and composition, and designs professional development workshops related to digital pedagogy and scholarship for faculty and graduate students. In her classes, she engages students in public-oriented service learning and interdisciplinary digital humanities scholarship. Wharton is the technical development lead and co-editor of the Hoccleve Archive (hocclevearchive.org), a collection of resources for study of the life and works of fifteenth-century poet Thomas Hoccleve, and a contributing and special projects editor at Hybrid Pedagogy. She has published work in Shakespeare Bulletin, Digital Humanities Quarterly, Hybrid Pedagogy, and Law, Culture, and the Humanities. Her prior experience includes a two-year federal clerkship, and three years as an intellectual property attorney with a large, internationally-recognized firm. When she’s not teaching, writing, or coding, she enjoys immersing herself in the adventures of motherhood, reading good books, and dancing.