I’m an Assistant Professor of Composition and Rhetoric in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Cincinnati. My work focuses on the intersections of rhetorical theory and the digital humanities. I'm currently working on the NEH-funded project: Archive 2.0: Imagining The Michigan State University Israelite Samaritan Scroll Collection as the Foundation for a Thriving Social Network.
Tuesday, March 9th, 2010 | ridolfo
Mike McLeod and I are interested in discussing DH/Archive 2.0 projects that tailor to the needs of cultural/community stakeholders. We think that projects with cultural stakeholders present their own relationship needs, design challenges, research questions, and rewards. We would like to share some of our work on our Samaritan Archive 2.0 project. We’d also love to hear from academics, librarians, programmers, and designers working at any stage on projects with a similar emphasis on establishing and maintaining relationships, community-centered design, fieldwork as a major component of the iterative design process, or any related interests and concerns.