Andrea Davis is an Associate Professor of History at Arkansas State University, where she teaches modern European history, heritage studies, and digital humanities. Specializing in the urban social movements, memory cultures, and digital heritage of modern Spain, she directs Memory and History: Transforming the Narrative of the Spanish Civil War and Francoist Dictatorship, collaborates on the Virtual Museum of the Spanish Civil War, and co-organizes the international working group Towards a Spanish Civil War and Francoist Repression Digital Research Infrastructure. Andrea has also served as a Community Lead for the Digital Humanities Research Institute (2018-2019) and General Editor for the Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (2019-2022), where she co-edited special issues on "Digital Humanities" (2018) and "Iberia in Entangled and Transnational Contexts" (2019). Her work has been supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, and Fulbright Program, among others.