I serve as the Academic Technology Consultant for the humanities at the University of Richmond’s Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology. In this role, I primarily work in the digital humanities creating initiatives, online exhibits, GIS maps, large-scale text analysis projects, data visualizations, and more. I also provide assistance in syllabus design, classroom management techniques, educational technology, content and learning management systems, and inclusive pedagogy.
Previously, I completed my PhD in American Studies at the College of William and Mary, where I served as a Digital Equality Lab Fellow and taught courses on new media studies, digital humanities, and information studies. My research focuses broadly on the relationship between the arts, humanities, and technology, with a particular expertise on the cultural history of media, new media studies, digital humanities, information studies, and the history of science and technology. I am completing a manuscript tentatively titled “Byting Out the Public,” which looks at the historical relationship between the personal computer and the private sphere from the 1960s to the early 1990s. My research has also appeared in Gnovis, Digital Humanities Quarterly, the Programming Historian, and Global Horizons.
For more information or if you have an idea for a collaboration, please contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.