[39] We borrowed the term “scrapbook methodology” from Laura Sloan Patterson, “‘HUGE CROWD PLEASED BY NEW MODELS’: Elizabeth Bishop’s Cuttyhunk Notebook as Multimodal and Multimedia Artifact,” in Elizabeth Bishop and the Literary Archive, ed. Bethany Hicok (Lever Press, 2020), 283–301. On the methodological possibilities of “scrapbooking“ in scientific research, see e.g., Ros Walling-Wefelmeyer, “The Methodological Potential of Scrapbooking: Theory, Application, and Evaluation,” Sociological Research Online, April 8, 2020.