Critical Annotation of Boellstorff


#BearToursByEmily: Rating the Public Art of Brown University’s Mascot

On Medium:

Fantastic Places, Unhuman Humans: 4 Lessons from TAing Online


Revisualizing the Crystal Palace: Cataloging History, Part 4

Co-written with Steven Lubar on Medium:

Best of 2017

A summary of books, films, TV, performances, and other things produced, consumed and enjoyed this year by me:

Readings From Fall ’17 Semester

More for me than for you: some favorite readings this semester across the three classes I took. Links when possible.

Twitter Chat: Public Humanities and Public Scholarship


The Degrassi Franchise on the Teenage Experience


What I Learned During My Summer Practicum: On Escape, Reevaluation, and Being a Public Human

To finish off my summer practicum, I had to put together a presentation of five things I learned. As I was doing this, I realized that the most important things I learned were the things that I already knew. And more importantly, I realized that I am a public human.

“Hindsight Is Always 20/20”

I’ve visited this installation twice now, and I’m fascinated by its data-as-art example. (Is this a common trend in art that I just haven’t gotten around to yet?) It’s in the newly renovated American Presidents wing at the National Portrait Gallery, which is a treat in itself to visit.


By Chronology

revision history for this page