Duke Grad Student Thesis

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“#toofew Wikipedia Edit-a-thon Fem Hack: #toofew Fem Wiki Bot,” 2013. Or How I Live-Tweeted Class “Polar Bears and #Obama Selfies: The Critical Intersections of Digital Humanities and Environmental Justice,” 2015.“Twitter-Journalism (Twittalism): What Are the Responsibilities of the Academic Live-Tweeter? “This Week in Digital Humanities Pedagogy, May 13, 2015,” 2015.

“Digitally Annotating the Graphic Novel: Digital Pedagogy Project,” 2014.

“Digital Pedagogy Project: Teaching the Transmedia Essay,” 2014.

Published by the Duke Franklin Humanities Institute, August 2016.

“Manifest Data Kit Exhibit,” Hyperrhiz Kits, Plans, and Schematics: Art Exhibition, Rutgers University Modlab, October 15-Spring 2016.

“Digital Scholarly Publication Design,” a six-part design series, 2014.

“Social Movements Map,” in-process collaboration between the Duke Social Movements Lab, the Franklin Humanities Institute, and students from Duke University.

“Manifest Data,” a multi-modal collaborative project that captures and translates personal digital internet browsing data into physical sculpture. In collaboration with Duke’s S-1 Speculative Sensation Lab, 2015.

“Ecology of Networks,” Grant Project sponsored by Duke FHI and the Ph D Lab in Digital Knowledge, member of the Digital Humanities Praxis Network: 2013-2016.

Research Conference Travel Grant, Duke University Graduate School, October 2016.

Summer Research Fellowship, Duke Literature, Duke University, 2016.


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