- City University of New York, the Graduate Center, 2016-present: Ph.D. candidate in English literature, with focus in Queer studies and the Digital Humanities.
- The University of Maryland, 2014-2016: M.A. in English language and literature, with focus on Modernist literature and the digital humanities.
- The Catholic University of America, 2007-2011: B.A. in English language and literature with minor in Art History.
Digital Humanities Research
- Advisor, MA Program in Digital Humanities, the Graduate Center, CUNY. 2021-present.
- Lead Researcher, “Queerying Queer Archives,” Archives Unleashed Cohort program. June 2022-present
- Copy Editor, Feminist Digital Humanities, University of Minnesota Press. May 2021-August 2022
- Program Coordinator, The Digital Humanities Research Institute. May 2020-August 2021
- Digital Fellowship, the Graduate Center Digital Initiatives, CUNY. August 2018 - May 2021
- Calado, Filipa. “Quantifying Gender in Virginia Woolf's Orlando.” The International Journal of Digital Humanities special issue on “Reproducibility and Explainability.” Accepted.
- Calado, Filipa. “Approaches to Queer Digital Editing.” Digital Editing & Publishing in the 21st Century. Ed. James O'Sullivan C21 Editions. Forthcoming in 2023.
- Calado, Filipa. "Encoding Queer Erasure in Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray," in Binary Modernisms: Re/Appropriations of Modernist Art in the Digital Age, special issue of Open Library of Humanities Journal, May 16, 2019.
- Calado, Filipa. "Imagining What We Don’t Know:' Technological Ignorance as Condition for Learning," in The Journal for Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, May 16, 2019.
- GCDI Digital Fellows' Blog, Tagging the Tower:
- "The Digital Research Institute (DRI) Workshop Series," March 11, 2021
- “Creating a Dissertation Blog with Open Source Tools,” September 29, 2020
- "Introducing the Digital Archive Research Collective’s (DARC) Wiki,” February 27, 2020
- "Toward the End of a Digital Project, Reflections on Starting Over," October 10, 2019
- "Transforming TEI for the Web," April 29, 2019
- "Using Voyant-Tools to Formulate Research Questions for Textual Data," November 1, 2018
- Computational Fundamentals: Python, the Graduate Center, CUNY. Spring 2023
- Foundations of Data Science, City College, CUNY. Spring 2023
- Critical Thinking, New York University. Spring 2023, Fall & Spring 2022, Fall 2021
- Coding Natural Language, The New School. Fall 2022
- Introduction to the Digital Humanities, New York University. Spring 2022
- English 326: Latinx American Literatures in the US Hunter College, CUNY. Spring 2020
- English 220: Introduction to Writing about Literature, Hunter College, CUNY. 2017-2020
- English 101: Academic Writing, The University of Maryland, College Park. 2015-2016.
- “HTML, CSS, and Github Pages,” Workshop Leader, Pre-Semester Summer Institute, The Graduate Center Digital Initiatives (GCDI), CUNY. August 2022.
- “Text Analysis with a Zine Corpus,” Workshop Co-Leader, NYCDH Week. February 10, 2022.
- “Introduction to git and Github,” Workshop Leader, The Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (ITP) Certificate Program, CUNY. March 11, 2021.
- “Introduction to Python,” Workshop Leader, GCDI, CUNY. January 2020 & 2021, July 2021.
- “Text Analysis with Python,” Workshop Support, GCDI, CUNY. January 2020 & 2021.
- "Web Scraping with BS4,” Workshop Leader, GCDI, CUNY. Marc
- “Tools for DH,” Workshop Leader, GCDI, CUNY. September 2018, 2019 & 2020.
- “Getting Started with TEI,” Workshop Leader, GCDI, CUNY. March 2019 & 2020.
- “Digital Annotation with Hypothes.is,” Workshop Leader, ITP, CUNY. November 2019.
- “HTML/CSS,” Workshop Leader, ITP Certificate Program, CUNY. March 2018, August 2022.
- “Collaborative Work in Digital Scholarly Editing,” panel at the Modern Language Association (MLA) Conference, January 6, 2023.
- “Sex, Flesh, and Skin: Mediation Across the Stack,” On the Margins Conference, December 15-16, 2022.
- “Hypertext Erotics in Caitlin Fischer’s These Waves of Girls.” The Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) Conference, May 30, 2022.
- “Queer Encoding.” DH Unbound 2022. The Association for Computers and the Humanities & Canadian Society for Digital Humanities, May 19 2022.
- “Encoding Queer Erasure with TEI,” MLA Conference, January 2022.
- “Quantifying Gender in Virginia Woolf's 'Orlando',” Association for Computing in the Humanities (ACH) Conference, July 23, 2021.
- “Flash Obsolescence and the Dissolution of Electronic Literature,” The End Times: Approaches to the Apocalypse, English Student Association (ESA) Conference, CUNY Graduate Center. March 12, 2021.
- “Developing Communities of Practice through Digital Pedagogy,” 19th Annual CUNY IT Conference, December 2020.
- “The Routinization of Reading: Using Digital Annotation in the Composition Classroom,” North East Modern Language Association (NEMLA). March 2019.
Fellowships, Honors and Service
- Digital Ethnic Futures Consortium (DEFCON) Teaching Fellowship, Spring 2023
- Open Knowledge Fellowship, Mina Rees Library, Spring 2023
- Louise Lennihan Arts & Science Grant, the Graduate Center, CUNY, Spring 2022
- Catalyst Research Grant, the Graduate Center, CUNY, Fall 2021
- Alumni and Faculty Dissertation Year Fellowship, English, the Graduate Center, CUNY, Spring 2021
- Doctoral Student Research Grant, the Graduate Center, CUNY, Fall 2020 & Spring 2022
- COVID-Affected Research Agenda Grants, the PublicsLab, the Graduate Center, CUNY, Fall 2020
- The Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate, The Graduate Center, CUNY, Fall 2019
- Graduate Teaching Assistant, the University of Maryland, College Park., Fall 2014 – Spring 2016