I am available as an outside consultant for digital humanities (DH), either for specific departments or campuses more broadly. My role in developing a digital liberal arts (DLA) program at Macalester College and my experience learning DH at an R1 institution make me uniquely suited to adapt to different institutional demands. In 2016-2017, I provided consultation at Gustavus Adolphus College (St. Peter, MN) through a Mellon-funded, campus-wide endeavor to embed DH in their January-term courses. I also serve as a DH consultant at Tougaloo College (Jackson, MS) where the faculty are working to embed DH across the curriculum and as a DH expert for the editorial board of RememberingRondo.org.
I also run workshops on a variety of tools and methods, but the most popular by far is my workshop on the History Harvest. I've reached five schools and counting! Visit my History Harvest Sandbox to read more about this workshop.
Since arriving at Macalester in the Fall of 2015, I have also worked with faculty to integrate digital methods and tools into their pedagogy and research. My position allows for two formal faculty consultations per semester, but I provide a lot of informal consultations as well with faculty from American Studies to Geology, History to Theater and Dance. In the last two years, I have reached nearly twenty percent of TT and non-TT faculty across an alphabet of disciplines. The following lists are only for those consultations that have linkable/sharable results.
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