I am Assistant Professor and Digital Humanities Coordinator at Pratt Institute’s School of Information. I received my PhD in Philosophy from the City University of New York with a doctoral certificate in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy. I studied ethics, mind, and language.
At Pratt, I teach graduate courses in digital humanities, information visualization, critical theory, and community building and engagement. My research applies visualization and network science to humanities datasets, especially those chronicling the history of philosophy. I have also published articles on citation studies in the humanities; the connection between digital humanities, libraries, and cultural heritage institutions; the politics of technology; and ethical and activist uses of visualization.