As one of the founders of the Franklin Humanities Institute GreaterThanGames Lab at Duke (started in Fall 2011), I am especially interested in how we can think about how transmedia applications, virtual worlds, and digital storytelling can be combined to create new authoring platforms for multimodal, experiential interventions into social problems and as artistic practices in their own right. I bring to the mix a strong interest in geospatial humanities, virtual world development, database driven narratives, and a project-focused approach to humanities scholarship. In addition to teaching courses affiliated with the lab, I offer independent study and workshop opportunities of related interest.
More about the Lab: GreaterThanGames
See also the ISIS Program for further opportunities of possibly related interest.