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C.V.

Current Position

University of Maryland, College Park
Associate Professor of American Studies
Director of the Design | Cultures + Creativity Program (a living-learning program in the Honors College)
Faculty with the Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL)

Academic Degrees

Ph.D.,University of California, Los Angeles

Performance Studies and Digital Media, June 2006
Dissertation Title: “Pixilated Performances”
Committee: N. Katherine Hayles, Mark Poster, Haiping Yan, and Sue-Ellen Case (advisor)

Master of Arts, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California

English, June 2002

Bachelor of Arts, Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California

Communication Studies and English, June 2000

Publications

Books Authored

Mobile Interface Theory: Embodied Space and Locative Media. New York: Routledge, 2012.

  • Winner of the 2012 Book Award from the Association of Internet Researchers

What it Means to Wait: Technology, Time, and Intimacy (in progress)

Books Edited

The Mobile Story: Narrative Practices with Locative Technologies. New York: Routledge, 2014. (Sole Editor)

Foundations of Mobile Media Studies: Essential Texts on the Formation of a Field. New York: Routledge, 2015. (Sole Editor, Forthcoming)

Book Chapters

“The Materiality of Locative Media: On the Invisibility of Mobile Networks.”  Theories of the Mobile Internet: Materialities and Imaginaries. Ed. Andrew Herman. New York: Routledge, 2015.

“Storytelling and Locative Media.” Routledge Companion to Mobile Media. Ed. Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth. New York: Routledge, 2014.

“Map Interfaces and the Production of Locative Media Spaces.” Locative Media. Ed. Rowan Wilken and Gerard Goggin. New York: Routledge, 2014.

“Locative Media.” The Handbook of Mobilities. Ed. Mimi Sheller, Peter Adey, David Bissell, Kevin Hannam, and Peter Merriman. New York: Routledge, 2014.

“Site-specificity, Pervasive Computing, and the Reading Interface.” The Mobile Story: Narrative Practices with Locative Technologies. Ed. Jason Farman. New York: Routledge, 2013.

“Historicizing Mobile Media: Locating Transformations in Embodied Space.” The Mobile Media Reader. Ed. Noah Arceneaux and Anandam Kavoori. New York: Peter Lang, 2012.

“Information Cartography: Visualizations of Internet Spatiality and Information Flows.” Composing (Media) = Composing (Embodiment). Ed. Kristin L. Arola and Anne Frances Wysocki. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2012.

“Mapping the Digital Empire: Google Earth and the Process of Postmodern Cartography.” The Map Reader: Theories of Mapping Practice and Cartographic Representation. Ed. Martin Dodge, Rob Kitchin, and Chris Perkins. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011. (Republished from New Media & Society)

“Gertrude Stein in QuickTime: Documenting Performance in the Digital Age.” Complex Worlds: Digital Culture, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication.  Ed. Adrienne Lamberti and Anne R. Richards. Amityville, NY: Baywood, 2011.

“The Virtual Artaud: Computer Virus as Performance Art.”  TechKnowledgies:  New Imaginaries in the Humanities, Arts, and TechnoSciences.  Ed. Mary Valentis.  Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007.

Journal Articles

“Creative Misuse as Resistance: Surveillance, Mobile Technologies, and Locative Games.” Surveillance & Society, 12.3 (2014): 377-388.

“Introduction to the Social Transformations from the Mobile Internet Special Issue.” Future Internet 4.2 (2012): 545-550.

“StoryMarker: The Design of a Storytelling Platform for Mobile Phones.” The New Everyday. Special issue, “Rough Cuts: Media and Design in Process.” Ed. Kari Kraus (2012).

“Mobile Media Performances as Asynchronous Embodiment.” International Journal of Screendance 2.1 (2012), 48-51.

“Mapping the Digital Empire: Google Earth and the Process of Postmodern Cartography.” New Media & Society 12.6 (2010), 869-888.

“Hypermediating the Game Interface: The Alienation Effect and Violent Videogames.”  Communication Quarterly 58.1 (2010), 96-109.

“Surveillance Spectacles: The Big Art Group’s Flicker and the Screened Body in Performance.”  Contemporary Theatre Review 19.2 (2009), 181-194.

“Objects as Audience: Phenomenologies of Vibrant Materiality in Locative Art.” Leonardo Electronic Almanac (In Print).

“Stories, Spaces, and Bodies: The Production of Embodied Space Through Mobile Media Storytelling.” Communication Research and Practice (Forthcoming).

“Infrastructures of Mobile Social Media.” Social Media + Society (Forthcoming).

Conference Proceedings (Refereed)

“Locative Life: Geocaching, Mobile Gaming, and Embodiment.” Proceedings of the Digital Arts and Culture Conference, 2009.

Extension Publications:

“A Manifesto for Active Learning.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 3, 2013. http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/a-manifesto-for-active-learning/52705

“The Myth of the Disconnected Life.” The Atlantic, February 7, 2012. http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2012/02/the-myth-of-the-disconnected-life/252672/#

“Encouraging Distraction? Classroom Experiments with Mobile Media.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 9, 2012. http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/encouraging-distraction-classroom-experiments-with-mobile-media/38454 

Encyclopedia Entries

“Mobile Interface Theory.” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Ed. George Ritzer (Blackwell Publishing, 2012).

Book Reviews

“The Transformation of Everyday Life Through Pervasive Play.” Book Review of Pervasive Games. Eds. Markus Montola, Jaakko Sternos, and Annika Waern (Burrlington, Mass.: Morgan Kaufmann, 2009) in Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds 2.3(2010).

“Digital Performance.”  Book review of Digital Performance by Steve Dixon.  (Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press) in Contemporary Theatre Review 17.4 (November 2007), 583-585.

“Upstaged: Making Theatre in the Media Age.”  Book review of Weber, Anne Nicholson.  Upstaged: Making Theatre in the Media Age.  (New York: Theatre Arts Books, 2005) in TDR: The Drama Review, 51.4 (Winter 2007), 177-178.

“Intermediality in Theatre and Performance.”  Book review of Intermediality in Theatre and Performance.  Eds. Freda Chapple and Chiel Kattenbelt..  (Amsterdam: Rodolpi Press, 2006) in Theatre Journal, 59.2 (May 2007), 329-330.

“Virtual Theaters.”  Book review of Giannachi, Gabriella.  Virtual Theaters: An Introduction.  (New York: Routledge, 2004) in Theatre Journal.  58:1 (May 2006), 364-365.

Conference Presentations

Keynote and Plenary Addresses

Keynote Address: “Storytelling with Mobile Media: The Production of Embodied Space in the Digital Age.” Australia and New Zealand Communication Association, Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia, July 2014.

Keynote Address: “Encouraging Distraction?: Bringing Mobile Media into an Active Learning Environment.” Teaching with Technology Fair, Johns Hopkins University, May 2012.

Closing Remarks: “Becoming Advocates for Mobile Media.” International Communication Association, Mobile Communication Preconference, Phoenix, Arizona, May 2012.

Plenary Address: “Locative Life: Geocaching, Mobile Gaming, and Embodiment.” Digital Arts and Culture Conference, University of California, Irvine, December 2009.

Refereed Conference Presentations

“Creative Misuse as Resistance: Surveillance, Mobile Technologies, and Locative Games,” American Studies Association, Los Angeles, CA, November 2014.

“From Kaleidoscopes to Mobile Media: A Media Archaeology of Immersion and Disconnection,” National Communication Association, Washington, DC, November 2013.

 “Site-Specificity, Pervasive Computing, and the Reading Interface,” Association of Internet Researchers, Denver, CO, October 2013.

“Being Distracted in the Digital Age: American College Students and the Myth of the Disconnected Life.” Modern Language Association, Boston, MA, January 2013.

“The Mobile Internet and Materiality: Tracing the Flows of Locative Information.” The Association of Internet Researchers, Manchester, UK, October 2012.

“Site-Specific Storytelling, Urban Markup, and Mobile Media.” Electronic Literature Organization Conference, Morgantown, WV, June 2012.

“The Materiality of the Mobile Internet: An Object-Oriented Approach to Mobile Networks.” The Nonhuman Turn in 21st Century Studies, Milwaukee, WI, May 2012.

“Mapping Virtual Communities: Cultural Imaginaries of the Diaspora and the Production of Crisis Maps.” American Association of Geographers, New York, February 2012.

“Mobile Media Narratives: Community Histories and Oral Storytelling for the Mobile Phone Era.” American Studies Association, Baltimore, October 2011.

“The Mobile Internet and Information Landscapes.” A Decade in Internet Time: Symposium on the Dynamics of the Internet and Society, Oxford Internet Institute, September 2011.

“Embodiment in Mobile Media Performances.” Dance Technology and Circulations of the Social, MIT, April 2011.

“Locative Social Media, Alterity, and Obsolescence.” Mobilities in Motion, Philadelphia, March 2011.

“Mapping the Mobile Interface: Geolocation Meets Visualization.” National Communication Association, San Francisco, November 2010.

“Locative Life: Geocaching, Mobile Gaming, and Embodiment.” Digital Games Research Area Conference, London, England, September 2009.

“Performing Social Narrative Across Locative Media.” Association for Theater in Higher Education Conference, New York, August 2009.

“Information Cartography: Visualizations of Internet Spatiality and Information Flows.” Media in Transition Conference, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, April, 2009.

“Mapping the Digital Empire: Google Earth and the Process of Postmodern Cartography.” Visions of Humanity in Cyberculture Conference, Oxford University, England, July 2008.

“Surveillance Spectacles: The Big Art Group’s Flicker and the Screened Body in Perfomance.” Association for Theatre in Higher Education, Denver, July 2008.

“Hypermediating the Game Interface: Grand Theft Auto and the Alienation Effect.”  Electronic Literature Organization, Vancouver, Washington, May 2008.

“Surveillance Spectacles: The Big Art Group’s Flicker and the Screened Body in Perfomance.”  (dis)junctions: Malappropriation Nation, University of California, Riverside, April, 2007.

“Improvisation/Interface: Subverting Script and Code in Digital Performance.” American Society for Theatre Research, Toronto, November 2005.

“The Virtual Artaud: Computer Virus as Performance Art.” Invited to present on the competitive panel Fresh Print: Emerging Scholars, Association for Theatre in Higher Education, San Francisco, July 2005.

“Gertrude Stein in QuickTime: The Wooster Group’s Interactive CD-ROM Performance.”  Comparative Drama Conference, California State University, Northridge, April 2005.

“The Spectacle of Surveillance: Performing the Space of the Panoptic.”  American Society for Theater Research, Las Vegas, November 2004.

“My (Virtual) Body, My (Virtual) Self: Visualizing Subjectivity in Online Theater.”  (dis)junctions: Romancing Heteroglossia, University of California, Riverside, April 2004.

“The Document Becomes the Performance: The Reinscription of Authority in the Wooster Group’s Interactive CD-ROM Where Where There There Where.”  American Society for Theater Research, Duke University, November 2003.

Unrefereed Conference Presentations

“Materiality and Locative Media.” Theorizing the Web, College Park, MD, April 2012.

“Mobile Media Culture.” THATCamp Virginia, University of Virginia Scholar’s Lab, December 2010.

“Site-Specific Reading and Mobile Phone Technologies.” Reading Comparatively Conference, University of Maryland, College Park, November 2010.

“Surveillance Spectacles: The Big Art Group’s Flicker and the Screened Body in Performance.” (dis)junctions: Malappropriation Nation, University of California, Riverside, April, 2007.

“My (Virtual) Body, My (Virtual) Self: Visualizing Subjectivity in Online Theater.” (dis)junctions: Romancing Heteroglossia, University of California, Riverside, April 2004.

“My (Virtual) Body, My (Virtual) Self: Visualizing Subjectivity in Online Theater.” BYOB: The First Annual Call for Bodies, California State University, San Marcos, April 2004.

“Hypertextuality and the Break with Patriarchal Signification in Caryl Churchill’s The Skriker.” Thinking Gender, University of California, Los Angeles, March 2004.

“Gertrude Stein in QuickTime: The Wooster Group’s CD-ROM.” University of California Graduate Collegium in Theater Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, February 2004.

Other Conference Participation

Pre-Conference Organizer, International Communication Association (ICA) Mobile Media Preconference, 2011-2013.

Panel Chair: “Mobile Internet Studies.” International Communication Association, Mobile Communication Preconference, May 2012.

Panel Chair: “Civic Engagement with Mobile Media.” International Communication Association, Mobile Communication Preconference, May 2012.

Panel Chair: “Bodies In the Power Network: Digital Imperialism, Virtual Labor Practices, and Community Identity in Social Media.” Chesapeake American Studies Association, George Mason University, April 2011.

Co-Chair, Mixed-Media Working Group, Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE), 2008.

Pre-Conference Organizer, Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE), Performance Studies Focus Group, 2007/2008.

Panel Chair: “Staging Race, Staging Place: From the Local to the Diasporic.” Association for Theatre in Higher Education, New Orleans, July 2007.

Invited Talks

“Stories, Spaces, and Bodies in the Age of Mobile Media,” The Nancy Smith Distinguished Lecture Series, Coastal Carolina University, January 2015.

“Mobile Interface Theory for UX Design; or, Why You Need a Cultural Theorist on Your Team,” Human-Computer Interaction Lab Annual Symposium, May 2014.

“Bodies, Spaces, and the Mobile Interface,” UCLA Information Studies Colloquia (organized by Johanna Drucker), January 23, 2013.

“Storytelling and Mobile UX Design.” MicroStrategy, Inc., November 12, 2013.

“Historicizing Mobile Media,” Mobile Media Lab, Concordia University, Montreal, October 2013. Invited Guest Researcher, Fall 2013.

“Mobile Interface Theory for UX Design.” New York Technology Council, March 2013. Video available at: http://youtu.be/KdJT0CmMwIc

“Using Mobile Devices in the Classroom.” Center for Teaching Excellence, Summer Teaching Institute, University of Maryland, College Park, May 2012.

“Encouraging Distraction?: Classroom Experiments with Mobile Technology.” Innovations in Teaching with Technology Conference, University of Maryland, College Park, April 2012. 

“Emerging Media, Acceleration, and Information Overload: A Media Archaeology Approach.” Cultural Studies Graduate Colloquium, George Mason University, March 2012.

“iPad Classroom: Mobile Teaching Strategies.” Office of Information Technology’s Faculty Brown Bag Workshops, University of Maryland, College Park, November 2011.

“Using Twitter in the Classroom.” Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Maryland, College Park, November 2011.

“Teaching with Mobile Technologies.” Arts & Humanities Academic Technology, Faculty Talks. University of Maryland, College Park, December 2010.

“Embodying the Mobile Interface.” Critical Theory Colloquium. University of Maryland, College Park, October 2010.

“Mapping the Mobile Interface: Geolocation Meets Visualization.” Invited speaker. Digital Dialogues, Maryland Institute of Technology in the Humanities. University of Maryland, College Park, October 2010. 

“Mapping the Digital Empire,” Language, Texts & Technology Guest Lecture, Department of English. Washington State University, October 2009.

“The Interface of Everyday Life: Mobile Technologies and the Embodied Space of the Internet.” Emerging Trends in the Digital Humanities Colloquium. Washington State University, March 2009.

Teaching Experience

Assistant Professor, Department of American Studies and the Program in Digital Cultures & Creativity

  • “Mobile Media Design and Culture,” Digital Cultures and Creativity Honors Course, Spring 2015
  • “The Documented Life: Constructing our Digital Identities,” (undergraduate course) Summer 2014
  • “The Rise of Digital Society,” (undergraduate course) Design | Cultures + Creativity Honors Course, Spring 2014
  • “Digital Media and Everyday Life” (undergraduate course) Spring 2013/Spring 2014
  • “American Culture in the Information Age” (undergraduate course) Fall 2013
  • “Perspectives on Digital Cultures and Creativity” (undergraduate course) Digital Cultures and Creativity Honors Course, Fall 2013/Fall 2012
  • “Television in American Life” (undergraduate course) Summer 2013
  • “Performing the Virtual” (undergraduate honors course) Spring 2013
  • “Space, Place, and Identity in the Digital Age” (graduate course) Fall 2012
  • “Introduction to Digital Cultures and Creativity” (undergraduate honors course) Fall 2012
  • “Hacking Social Space” (undergraduate honors course) Spring 2012
  • “Digital Diversity” (undergraduate) Spring 2012/Fall 2010
  • “Materiality and Networked Society” (graduate) Fall 2011
  • “Mobile Media Culture” (undergraduate honors course) Fall 2011
  • “Embodiment and Space in the Digital Age” (graduate) Fall 2010

Assistant Professor, Digital Technology and Culture
Washington State University

  • “Digital Storytelling,” Summer 2010
  • “Electronic Literature, Gaming, and Cyberculture,” (Graduate Course) Fall 2009
  • “Embodiment and Space and the Digital Age,” (Graduate Course) Fall 2008
  • “Advanced Multimedia Authoring,” Fall 2008
  • “Usability and Interface Design,” Summer 2008/2009
  • “Multimedia Authoring,” Spring 2008/Spring 2009
  • “Graduate Research in Game Studies,” (Graduate Course) Spring 2008
  • “The Rhetorics of Surveillance Independent Study,” Spring 2008
  • “Digital Diversity,” Fall 2007
  • “Language, Text, and Technology,” Fall 2007/Spring 2009 

Teaching Fellow, Department of Performance Studies
University of California, Los Angeles

  • “Deconstructing Theater,” Spring 2005
  • “Making Traditions,” Fall 2004
  • “20th-21st Century Performance,” Spring 2004/2003

Fellowships and Awards

Research and Scholarship Grant, “Waiting for Word: Tracing the Experience of Waiting in War Letters, 1847-1920,” University of Maryland, College Park (2015)

Global Outlook::Digital Humanities Essay Contest, Honorable Mention for “Mapping Virtual Communities: The Production of Crisis Maps and Cultural Imaginaries of the Diaspora” (2013)

Future of Information Alliance / Deutsch Foundation Seed Grant for storytelling app, “Approach” (2013)

Lilly Fellow with the Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Maryland, Collge Park (2012-2013).

2012 Book of the Year for Mobile Interface Theory. Association of Internet Researchers. (2012)

Distinguished Faculty Fellowship, Digital Cultures and Creativity Program, University of Maryland, College Park (2011-2013)

College of Liberal Arts Faculty Travel Grant, Washington State University (2009-2010)

College of Liberal Arts Faculty Travel Grant, Washington State University (2008-2009)

College of Liberal Arts Faculty Travel Grant for International Travel, Washington State University (2007-2008)

Chancellor’s Fellowship for Dissertation Research, University of California, Los Angeles (2005-2006)

Thomas F. Marshall Travel Grant, American Society of Theatre Research (2005)

Aaron Curtis Taylor Memorial Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles (2004)

Media Production

Areas of expertise:

locative media, mobile interface design, user experience design, graphic and web design.

Software and Coding Languages:

Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Audacity, Flash, InDesign, HTML5, CSS, PHP. 

Projects:

User Experience and Interface Design, “Approach: Every Voice, Every Path,” iPhone app, 2013. http://ApproachApp.org

Creator, StoryMarker. iPhone app for location-based storytelling, 2010. 

MP3 Flash Mob. Sound design and video documentation. October 2012 and 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYkJmBshk50

Web Designer, Department of American Studies. University of Maryland, College Park, 2011. http://amst.umd.edu 

Web Designer, U.S. Latina/o Studies Program, University of Maryland, College Park, 2012. http://amst.umd.edu/uslt

Print Design, “Mobile Communication, Community, and Locative Media: From the Everyday to the Revolutionary,” Program for the International Communication Association Mobile Preconference, May 2012.

GIS Visualization, “Mapping Baltimore’s Taverns, 1796-1810,” Project for Nancy Struna and the Department of American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, 2011.

Video and Sound Design, What I Heard About Iraq. Multimedia Performance based on the play by Simon Levy, Washington State University, October 2-3, 2008.

Multimedia Designer, “The Politics of Embodiment.” Graphic and web design, Association for Theatre in Higher Education, July 2008.

Web Designer, Extensions: The Online Journal of Embodiment and Technology, Volumes 2 and 3 (2005-2007). University of California, Los Angeles.  Published through the Department of World Arts & Cultures and the Center for Performance Studies.

Web Designer, Center for Performance Studies. UCLA, Spring 2006.

Web Designer, Intercollegiate Department of Black Studies. Pitzer College, Spring 2002. 

Web Designer, English Literature Department. Claremont Graduate University, Fall 2001. 

Research Projects

Research Assistant, Transliteracies Research Group, University of California, Santa Barbara (2005-2006). Chosen as one of 14 graduate students in the University of California system to assist Professor Alan Liu (English, UCSB) with the research clearinghouse for “Transliteracies: Research in the Technological, Social, and Cultural Practices of Online Reading.”

Graduate Student Researcher, Department of Theater, University of California, Los Angeles (2003/2005). Assisted Professor Sue-Ellen Case in the research for her book, Performing Science and the Virtual.

Editorships, Editorial Boards, and Reviewing Activities for Journals 

Editorial Board, Mobile Media & Communication, 2013-2014.

Editorial Board, Social Media & Society, 2014-2015 (journal launch in early-2015).

Reviewer, New Media & Society, 2011-2013.

Reviewer, Oxford University Press, book proposal, 2013.

Reviewer, Routledge Press, book manuscript, 2013.

Reviewer, Polity Press, book proposal, 2013.

Guest Editor, Future Internet Journal special issue, “Social Transformations from the Mobile Internet,” 3.6 (2011-2012).

Reviewer, Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 2012.

Reviewer, The Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 2012.

Reviewer, Leonardo: Journal of Arts, Sciences, and Technology, 2011.

Reviewer, Routledge Press, manuscript proposal, 2011.

Reviewer, International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 2010.

Reviewer, Cultural Studies Area for Blackwell Publishing, manuscript proposal 2009-2010.

Reviewer, International Journal of Arts and Technology, 2009.

Editor-in-Chief, Extensions: The Online Journal of Embodiment and Technology, Volume 3 (2006-2007).

Contributing Editor, Extensions: The Online Journal of Embodiment and Technology, Volume 2 (2005). 

Scholarly Service

Departmental:

Program Director, Design | Cultures + Creativity Program, 2014 (began position May 2014 for a three-year term).

Bode-Wise Dissertation Award Committee, Department of American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, 2014.

Learning Outcomes Assessment Committee, Department of American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, 2014.

Merit Pay Committee, Department of American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, 2014.

Graduate Admissions Committee, Department of American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, 2012-2013.

Search Committee Member, Department of American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park. Transnational American Studies Assistant Professor Search, 2011-2012.

Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, 2010-2011.

Director, Digital Technology and Culture Program, 2007-Present.

Advisor to Digital Technology and Culture students including the DTAC student club, internships, independent studies, and senior seminars, 2007-Present.

Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of English, Washington State University, 2008-2010.

Search Committee Member, English Department, Washington State University
English Assistant Professor Search, 2008-2009.

Reader: English Department Graduate Student Essay Awards, 2008.

College:

Member, Committee on New Technologies, University of Maryland, College Park, 2011-2013.

Search Committee Member, Digital Cultures and Creativity Program, University of Maryland, College Park, Associate Director Position, 2011.

Degree and Curriculum Committee Co-Chair, Washington State University Master of Fine Arts Degree in Media Arts, 2007-2008.

Organizer, Tri-Cities Digital Consortium, 2007-2009.

Member: Visionary Subcommittee for the Liberal Arts, 2008-2009.

Member: Public Art Committee for WSU, 2008.

University:

Member, Graduate Council, University of Maryland, College Park, 2012-2013.

Search Committee Co-Chair, Murrow School of Communication, Washington State University
Communication Assistant Professor Search, 2007-2008.

Search Committee Member, Fine Arts Department, Washington State University
Fine Arts Assistant Professor Search, 2007-2008.

Field of Study:

Pre-Conference Organizer, Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE),
Performance Studies Focus Group, 2007/2008.

Co-Chair, Mixed-Media Working Group, Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE), 2008.

Media Coverage and Expert Interviews

Quoted in “Location Recognition Applications Filter the Noise of Social Media.” ABC News, October 16, 2013. 

Quoted in “Rio de Janeiro’s Favelas Find a Place on City Maps.” The Associated Press, January 22, 2013.

Quoted in “Rio’s Shantytowns Shrink — On Google Maps, At Least.” Christian Science Monitor, April 28, 2011.

Quoted in “Angry Birds: Squawk and Awe.” The Baltimore Sun, March 30, 2011.

On-air Guest “Border dispute involves Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Google Maps.” Marketplace Tech Report, National Public Radio, November 19, 2010.

Quoted in “Google Makes Foray into TV.” Unwind Magazine, November 2010.

Quoted in “How did principal’s e-mail to parents become national news?” The Ridgewood News, May 7, 2010.

Quoted in “Facebook time travel: Old friends new again.” Denver Post, June 2, 2009.

Professional Organizations

Pre-Conference Organizer, International Communication Association (ICA) Mobile Media Preconference, 2011-2012.

Member, Association for Internet Research

Member, Electronic Literature Organization

Member, Digital Games Research Association

Member, American Studies Association

Member, National Communication Association

Member, Society for Cinema & Media Studies

Member, American Society for Theatre Research

Member, Association for Theatre in Higher Education

Pre-Conference Organizer, Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE), Performance Studies Focus Group, 2007/2008.

Co-Chair, Mixed-Media Working Group, Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE), 2008.

References

Lisa Nakamura (Professor of American Culture and Screen Arts at the University of Michigan)
E-mail:  lnakamur_at_umich.edu 

Matthew Kirschenbaum (Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Maryland, College Park)
E-mail: mkirschenbaum_at_gmail.com

N. Katherine Hayles (Professor, Department of Literature, Duke University)
E-mail: katherine.hayles_at_duke.edu

Gerard Goggin (Professor and Chair, Department of Media and Communications, University of Sydney)
E-mail: gerard.goggin_at_sydney.edu.au

Sheri Parks  (Associate Professor of American Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park)
E-mail: slp_at_umd.edu 

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2 comments to “C.V.”

  • Ram, May 28, 2015 at 10:36 pm

    You save the QR-Code on your hard drive. Have business cards prnteid with the QR-Code on it. The person you give your business card to can scan your business card with his mobile phone.

  • Sherrie, January 11, 2016 at 8:20 pm

    Stunning story there. What happenedd after? Take care!

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