- Ph.D., Film Studies and American Studies, Yale University
- Master of Philosophy in Film Studies and American Studies, Yale University
- Master of Arts in Film Studies and American Studies, Yale University
- B.A., History, Reed College
Teaching & Research Interests
- Digital humanities
- Digital labor
- Histories and theories of data
- Data and global capital
- Materialist feminism
- Museums in the digital age
Depth Perception: Narrative and the Body in American Medical Filmmaking (under review)
“Khaki Fever, Charity Girls, and The End of the Road: Hostile Worlds of Sex and Commerce in an Early Sexual Hygiene Film,” forthcoming in Communicating Good Health: Movies, Medicine, and the Cultures of Risk in the Twentieth Century (University of Rochester, 2016)
“No Half Measures: Overcoming Common Challenges to Doing Digital Humanities in the Library,” Journal of Library Administration 53:1 (January 2013)
“Think Talk Make Do: Power and the Digital Humanities,” Journal of Digital Humanities 1:2 (June 2012).
“Communicating Disease: Germ Theory and Narrative in Thomas Edison’s Red Cross Seal Films,” in Marsha Orgeron et al., Learning with the Lights Off: Educational Film in the United States (Oxford, 2011).
Digital Humanities (SPEC Kit #326) with Tim Bryson, Frances Maloy, Alain St. Pierre, and Stewart Varner, Association of Research Libraries, November 2011.
“Conventions of Display: Cultures of Exhibition in American Medicine,” Anastasia Filippoupoliti, ed., The Science Exhibition: Curation, Design, Communication (MuseumsEtc., 2010).
Book review. Stagestruck Filmmaker: D.W. Griffith and the American Theatre, by David Mayer, Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television 30:1 (Spring 2010).