Areas of Study

Media history and theory

This course aims to examine the philosophical foundation of data-driven storytelling and explore how data is incorporated into contemporary transmedia storytelling. The course will also explore how data can provide not only an analytical but also an experimental mode of scholarship. Topics covered may include data visualization, database aesthetics, game studies, and pattern recognition/discrimination.

Courses

People

Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, starting July 2024

Office: Appointment starts July 1, 2024, email will be available after then.

Office Hours: Fall 2024 Office Hours TBA

Curt Hugo Reisinger Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Professor of Comparative Literature

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Office: Barker 377

Office Hours: Fall 2024 Office Hours TBA

Associate of the Department of Comparative Literature

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Office: Dana-Palmer 205

Eliot Professor of Greek Literature

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Office: Boylston 223

Office Hours: Fall 2024 Office Hours TBA. Please use the Calendly link

Visiting Research Professor of Comparative Literature and Romance Languages and Literatures

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Office: 175 Widener

Chair, Department of Comparative Literature

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Office: Boylston Hall 423

Office Hours: On Leave 2024-2025

Areas of Study