University of Pittsburgh, 2015-present

Humanitiesdata.com

The mission of humanitiesdata.com is to increase the overall number of digital pathways to humanities data, and to make it easier to search for data by its relevance to specific subfields. I believe that a culture of openness and collective access to shared digital objects of study will enable digital humanists to:

  • Collaborate more effectively
  • Interrogate and invalidate insufficiently rigorous scholarship
  • Verify and build upon excellent scholarship
  • Avoid duplicating the intense labor of data creation and normalization
  • Learn new methods and approaches at a pace that’s consistent with the speed at which DH moves

Digital Media and Pedagogy Website

An effort to collect, curate, and disseminate resources on the production and teaching of digital media in the English Department at the University of Pittsburgh

Computational Approaches to Textual Networks

The project team was awarded funds for two half-time Graduate Student Assistants during Summer 2016 in order to jumpstart the process of assembling two research datasets related to textual networks

Secret Pittsburgh

Home page of the English Department course "Secret Pittsburgh" (site coming soon)

Digits

Containerization for the digital humanities (very much a work in progress)

Global Pitt

Conversation Partners Initiative

St. Lawrence University, 2013-2015

Paths to the Buddha

A cluster of interrelated courses aimed at fostering inter-departmental collaborative teaching in ways that are unique to St. Lawrence University, creating opportunities for group participants to learn from each other’s research and teaching, developing an interdisciplinary course reader and online digital collections for use in St. Lawrence University classrooms and beyond.

People's History Archive

a multi-faceted, interdisciplinary collaborative project that offers students, faculty, alumni, and others documenting the creative ways in which ordinary people make use of public space to express themselves.

Digital London

A pedagogical experiment combining a digital humanities lab component with a topical focus on early modern London and the public sphere, co-taught by Matt Lavin and Juraj Kittler.

Twitter and Society

Sociology capstone course at St. Lawrence University taught by Stephen Barnard.