Interested in the intersection of culture and technology.
Early American Literature, Puritans and Quakers, technology and pedagogy
I work in a variety of areas related to human performance. My work focuses on the intersection of performance and technology, where “technology” is any form or process that we use to express ourselves. Thus, technology could be anything from the use of story to share information, the application of vocal training to better communicate, or the development of complex computer programs in order to engage the world. Specialties: Performance, Research Methods, Teaching, Drama, Theatre, English Literature, Music, Internet, Web, Culture, Social Media, Information Technology, Culture, Literature, Writing.
Administration, Human Resources, Finance, Information Technology, Disability Issues
Connected AcademicsCo-liaison MLA Committee on Information Technology
British Romanticism, digital scholarship, interactive technology and pedagogy, academic libraries
Linguistic Landscape, Second Language Acquisition, Technology-Enhanced Language Learning
Electronic literature, programmable poetics, digital humanities, critical coding, education technologies
Rhetoric and Technology, alt-scholarship, comics, games, history of philosophy and rhetoric
I study black visual culture, with a particular emphasis on photography. I’m currently interested in 19th century forms of technology (especially the railroad and the telegraph) and the way these technologies impacted Americans’ perceptions of gender, race, class, and nationality.