I am the Digital Humanities Coordinator at the UCSD Library. I formerly served as the Associate Director of Digital Arts & Humanities Initiatives at the Institute of Arts & Humanities at the University of San Diego, California.
I direct KNIT, the recently-launched digital commons for UC San Diego. I am a firm believer in the value of open source, community-driven software for academics and higher education.
I’ve recently had the privilege of contributing to the ECAR And Coalition for Networked Information paper “Building Capacity for Digital Humanities: A Framework for Institutional Planning” and serving on the organizing committees of the Association of Research Library’s Digital Scholarship Institute and the Force11 Scholarly Communications Institute.
I also am currently socializing my dissertation “Software of the Oppressed: Reprogramming the Invisible Discipline” as an experimental project I call #SocialDiss.