Georgia Henley is a Postdoctoral Scholar working on The Production and Use of English Manuscripts, 1060-1220 Version 2.0. She received her Ph.D. in Celtic Languages and Literatures with a concentration in Medieval Studies from Harvard University. Her research concerns cultural transmission and multilingualism in medieval Britain, synthesizing book-historical and digital humanities methods to uncover the literary networks that connected England and its early colonies. Her first book, Literatures of Memory and Conflict: Reimagining the Past on the Anglo-Welsh frontier,explores networks of power, identity and historical memory in the borderlands between England and Wales. She has also published on Geoffrey of Monmouth and Gerald of Wales in The Journal of Medieval Latinand in a co-edited volume, Gerald of Wales: New Perspectives on a Medieval Writer and Critic, now out from University of Wales Press.