I have been blogging for way too long and this is the result. I have a research background in history and media studies and work at the intersection between computing technology and the humanities. I have a MA in history (history and hypertext) and a PhD in history and new media (interactive hypertextual video). My present research interests include eLearning Environments, political deliberation systems, Virtual Research Environments, and broader debates about the Digital Humanities field and pedagogy. I have studied at the University of California in Santa Cruz, been a Visiting Fellow in Digital Humanities at the University of Virginia, and have worked in the field as a Research Associate at King’s College London. I am the inaugural Secretary for the Australasian Association for Digital Humanities (aadh).
I have also lectured at the University of Melbourne and other universities in my home town of Melbourne and was recently an analyst (Digital Humanities) for the Victorian eResearch Strategic Initiative (VeRSI) at the University of Melbourne and am now a Research Fellow for the Department of Computing and Information Systems also at the University of Melbourne.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org