I'm a digital archivist at the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) in the Office of Strategic Initiatives at the Library of Congress and a doctoral student at GMU. I'm interested in online communities, digital history, and video games. I blog for Play the Past. Views expressed are not those of any current or former employer. [...]
By day, Deputy Secretary of the Faculty, UNC-Chapel Hill. Also, Adjunct Associate Professor of History. Sometime National Park Service consultant. Blue Ridge Parkway expert. Always a historian. [...]
I've worked with the McLean County Museum of History since 1977 - so I tend to take the long view on museum work. My skill set on digital stuff is so-so - what drives me is to figure out the many ways these platforms can be adapted for historical interpretation. [...]
I am an historian interested in visual culture and public understandings of the past. Currently I'm an assistant professor at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, working on the PressForward project to improve the aggregation, curation, and publication of digital-first scholarship. I edit "Digital Humanities Now" and the "Journal of Digital Humanities," and I also teach public history courses. [...]
I am the executive director of the Bill Lane Center for the American West and a founder of the Spatial History Project at Stanford University. [...]
Professor of American studies at Brown University [...]
I am an urban history professor and digital humanist. I study how memorials, public art, gardens reveal the changing nature of cities and community identity in the twentieth century. I wrote a book that explored the history of cities by thinking about the work of firefighting and fire insurance. As a digital humanist, I am also interested in curation, public interpretation, and mobile technologies. I directed the development of the mobile application Cleveland Historical. [...]
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