Published by the Duke Franklin Humanities Institute, August 2016.“Manifest Data Kit Exhibit,” Hyperrhiz Kits, Plans, and Schematics: Art Exhibition, Rutgers University Modlab, October 15-Spring 2016.Summer Research Fellowship, Graduate School, Duke University, 2015. Mellon Foundation Humanities Writ Large Digital Humanities Fellowship, Duke University, 2014-2015.Tags: Gre Exam EssayInvisible Man EssayStanford Short Answer EssaysBook Report Fun AbcteachEssay About Foreign CultureA Nature Walk EssayReflective Essay ExemplarsThinking Critically About Critical Thinking HalpernShort Essay About My Pet RabbitEssay On Anger Is Short Madness
“Digital Scholarly Publication Design,” a six-part design series, 2014.
“Social Movements Map,” in-process collaboration between the Duke Social Movements Lab, the Franklin Humanities Institute, and students from Duke University.
“Network(ed) Metabolism™,” a performative project exploring capitalistic data capture and the human’s implication in the digital’s metabolism. In collaboration with Duke’s S-1 Speculative Sensation Lab, 2014.
“Networked Synesthesia,” an exploration in physical computing and collaborative sensory input that created a living video game controller from bodily data. In collaboration with Duke’s S-1 Speculative Sensation Lab.
Book Design Award, Boston Bookbuilders Scholarship, Boston, MA, 2010.
Emerson College Publishing & Writing Graduate Assistantship, Emerson College, 2008-2010.
Fellowship, Duke Ph D Lab in Digital Knowledge Fellows, 2016-2017.
Outstanding Leadership in Sustainability Faculty Award, for excellence in environmental and sustainability teaching. Teaching Award, from the Dean of Academic Affairs for Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, for Top Student Evaluations in the 5% of all Humanities Instructors at Duke, Duke University, Fall 2017.
“#toofew Wikipedia Edit-a-thon Fem Hack: #toofew Fem Wiki Bot,” 2013. Or How I Live-Tweeted Class “Polar Bears and #Obama Selfies: The Critical Intersections of Digital Humanities and Environmental Justice,” 2015.
“Twitter-Journalism (Twittalism): What Are the Responsibilities of the Academic Live-Tweeter? “This Week in Digital Humanities Pedagogy, May 13, 2015,” 2015.