Associate Professor of English
I research across a variety of disciplines, including new media studies, philosophy, mathematics, music, and literature. My teaching focuses on new media and digital technologies and includes forays into composition, post-structuralist theory, music, and literature. As a teacher, my chief aim is to encourage students to think critically, a skill that transfers to every domain of human activity.
“Web 2.0 and the Ontology of the Digital,” Digital Humanities Quarterly :http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/ (forthcoming).15 pages.
“The Logic of Digital Gaming” in Mechademia 6 . Frenchy Lunning (ed.), University of Minnesota Press (forthcoming, Winter 2011). 12 pages.
“Digital Ontology and Example” in Deleuze, Science, and the Force of the Virtual , University of Minnesota Press (Spring 2010). 169–202.
Sound Ideas: Music, Machines, and Experience , University of Minnesota Press (2005).
Works in Progress
Logic of the Digital.