Group for Experimental Methods in the Humanities. Founding member, (09/14). Rapid prototyping of speculative thought.
Science Surveyor. PI, (2014–). Visualizing the growth and decay of shared knowledge in collaboration with Stanford Computer Science. Recipient of Brown Center Media Innovation Award ($500k).
Rikers Story Bot, (2015–). Coding workshop + algorithmic storytelling set in and about Rikers Island correctional facility, New York city’s main jail complex. Featured in Fast Company.
dh-notes. Principal maintainer, (2013–). Lab notebooks, local knowledge, journal lists, tutorials, and other useful information for the digital humanities community.
Open Syllabus Project. PI, (9/13–8/15) Collecting and analyzing the world’s largest corpus of academic syllabi. Recipient of $210k grant from the Sloan Foundation. Research featured in The New York Times, TIME Magazine, Der Spiegel Online, FiveThirtyEight.
piracylab.org. PI, (9/13–8/14). Academic research collective exploring the impact of piracy on the spread of knowledge around the world. Research featured in Le Monde.
Studio at Butler. Founding member, (9/13–). Planning, specification, and programming of the Butler Studio, a maker/lab space at the center of Butler Library. Hosting lectures, training workshops, and open labs.
For a curated portfolio of projects please visit http://xpmethod.plaintext.in/research.html.
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