I am Associate Professor at Pratt Institute’s School of Information, where I lead the MS Program in Data Analytics & Visualization and the Advanced Certificate in Digital Humanities. I earned my PhD in Philosophy at the City University of New York.
At Pratt, I teach graduate courses in digital humanities, information visualization, and critical theory. My research explores the digital humanities as a field, including curricula, the early history of DH, and disciplinarity. I have also published on citation studies in the humanities, the politics of technology, and ethical uses of data and visualization.
My favorite philosopher is John Dewey, but I think Hobbes is elegant and Hegel, underappreciated. I work at the school that Pamela Colman Smith attended.