- MS in Library & Information Science, Simmons University, 2016
- MA in History of Art, Courtauld Institue of Art, 2013
- BA in Anthropology & History of Art, Johns Hopkins University, 2011
- Thorsen, H., Denis, L., Fernsebner Eslao, C., McGee, M., and Folsom, S. (2019). “Wikidata and Libraries as Partners in Data Production, Organization, and Project Inspiration.” At WikidataCon 2019 in Berlin, Germany.
- Denis, L. (2019). “Using Wikidata to Extract Cartographic Resources from Archival Collections.” At the International Cartographic Association Conference on Digital Approaches to Cartographic Heritage (ICA DACH) in Thessaloniki, Greece.
- Denis, L. (2019). “A Fine and Fertile Country: How America Mapped Its Meals.” At the Mapping (In)justice Symposium in New York, NY.
- Denis, L. (2019). “Bound Images as Linked Open Data: Examples from the Work of Erwin J. Raisz.” At the From Sovereign Map to Bound Image workshop in Providence, RI.
- Weimer, D. and Denis, L. (2018). “Harvard’s Public Library: What the Birth of the Harvard Map Collection Can Tell Us about the Changing Meanings of Library Collections.” At the American Philosophical Society’s Past, Present, and Future of Libraries conference in Philadelphia, PA.
- Denis, L. (2022). “From Mapping Place to Mapping Space in Library GIS Work,” Journal of Critical Digital Librarianship: Vol. 2: Iss. 1, Article 4. https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/jcdl/vol2/iss1/4
- Denis, L. (2020). “Cartographic Justice: From Omission to Illumination of America’s Black Communities.” Insurrect!. https://insurrecthistory.org/2020/12/11/cartographic-justice/
- Denis, L. (2019). “Bound Images as Linked Open Data: Examples from the Works of Erwin Raisz.” https://jcblibrary.org/bound-images-denis.
- Denis, L. (2018). “A Fine and Fertile Country: How America Mapped Its Meals.” https://arcg.is/1LnH4C.
- Denis, L. and Henry, D. (2018). “Farming the American West.” https://arcg.is/1iza85.