Farewell to dh+lib Review Editor Caro Pinto, and Thank You!

It is with a mix of sadness and gratitude that we announce that Caro Pinto, who has served as an editor for the dh+lib Review since 2013, will be stepping away from her role with the Review. Caro has written dozens of Review posts over the past four years, and has shaped hundreds more. Caro’s first contribution to dh+lib was an original post called “Digital Humanities is a Team Sport: Thoughts on #DHTNG,” in which she reflected on the 2013 “DH: The Next Generation” gathering in Boston. She served as one of the Review’s first editors-at-large, a group which has grown to include over 400 of our colleagues.

Caro’s continuous and attentive contributions to the Review have helped us to further the conversations on digital humanities among the library, archive, museum, and gallery communities.

Caro will remain a contributing editor for dh+lib, and we look forward to working with her again in the future.

Thanks for all of your kindness, support, and hard work, Caro!

—The editors

Patrick Williams

Patrick Williams is Associate Librarian for Literature, Rhetoric, and Digital Humanities in the Syracuse University Libraries. He received his MSIS and PhD in Information Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. He is the editor of the poetry journal Really System.