I am the Digital Scholarship Librarian at Columbia University, where I collaborate with faculty, students and library colleagues in humanities research, pedagogy and knowledge production that involves the use of advanced computation, digital media design, and network technologies. I am the lead coordinator for the Butler Library Studio
at Columbia University Libraries, a tech-light library space focused on digital scholarship and pedagogy, and now a broadcast, Studio Remote
. I’m also co-founder and moderator of Columbia’s Group for Experimental Methods in the Humanities
, a trans-disciplinary research cluster focused on experimental humanities; one of the creators and main editors of archipelagos journal: a journal of Caribbean digital praxis
, and co-wrangler of its sister conference series, The Caribbean Digital
My research interests include Caribbean culture and history, with a focus on twentieth century poetry; digital humanities and technology design for different infrastructural and socio-economic environments; and, the relations of power and material extent of the cultural and scholarly record.