DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

Author Biographies

Smiljana Antonijevic Smiljana Antonijevic is a research fellow at the Integrative Research Center of the Field Museum, as well as a research consultant at the Newberry Library and at the PCH Research Institute. Antonijevic explores the intersection of communication, culture, and technology through research and teaching in the U.S. and Europe.
Sophie Bocksberger Sophie Bocksberger is an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at the Freie Universität Berlin. She is currently working on ancient dance. She received her DPhil in Classics from the University of Oxford in 2016.
Eleni Bozia Dr. Eleni Bozia is an Assistant Professor of Classics and Digital Humanities in the Department of Classics and the Digital Worlds Institute at the University of Florida. She holds two doctoral degrees: a Ph.D. in Classical Studies (University of Florida) and a Dr. Phil. in Digital Humanities (Universität Leipzig). Her research areas include Imperial Greek and Latin literature, ethnicity and national identity issues, and digital humanities. She also serves as the Associate Director of the Center for Greek Studies and the Associate Director of the Digital Epigraphy and Archaeology Project and holds a visiting research appointment at the Universität Leipzig in Germany.

Bozia is the author of the book "Lucian and his Roman Voices: Cultural Exchanges and Conflicts in the Late Roman Empire." Bozia is the recipient of collaborative grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Le ministère de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche, the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenchaften, and several national and international awards including the Assistant Professor Excellence Award, the Young Researcher Fellowship from La Fondation Hardt, the E-Humanities Award from the Universität Leipzig, the Mary A. Sollman Scholarship of the American Academy in Rome, and the CIEGL Bursary from the University of Oxford.

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Adam Chapman Adam Chapman is an independent scholar who received his doctorate from the University of Hull. He recently published Digital Games as History: How Videogames Represent the Past and Offer Access to Historical Practice.
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Anna Foka Anna Foka is Associate Professor of Information Technology and Scientific Leader and Manager of DH Uppsala, at Uppsala University. She has a background Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology (MA 2006, PhD 2009, University of Liverpool) as well as Media and Performance Studies (NCU Athens, Greece). Anna Foka’s research interests lie in the intersection of digital technology with historical disciplines. She has published on classics,  ancient history and archaeology, gender and humour, classical reception, game studies, augmented and virtual reality  for museums, digital visualizations and geography.
Joshua L. Mann Joshua Mann is President and CEO of Expositus, a research and education 501(c)(3) nonprofit working in the area of digital humanities. Previously he was a Research Fellow at CODEC Research Centre for Digital Theology at the University of Durham (UK). His research engages subjects in digital humanities and biblical studies. He is particularly interested in the hermeneutics of technology, i.e., how technology itself means and has politics.
Chris Mustazza Chris Mustazza is a doctoral student in English Literature at the University of Pennsylvania and the Associate Director of the PennSound archive, the world's largest archive of freely available recordings of poets reading their own work. Chris has edited several never-before-heard historical collections of poetry recordings, incuding readings by Gertrude Stein, James Weldon Johnson, and Robert Frost. His essay on the Vachel Lindsay recordings was awarded Penn's Sweeten Prize for best essay in American Literature and was subsequently published in the Chicago Review. He was awarded a creative grant by Harvard's Woodberry Poetry Room to work on his dissertation, tentatively titled "The Birth of the American Poetry Audio Archive".
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Claudia Sciuto Claudia Sciuto is a PhD candidate at the MAL – Environmental Archaeology Laboratory at Umeå University (Sweden). She is an archaeologist with an interest in archaeological science and the study of stones and sediments as sources for understanding ancient environments and human's adaptation.
Helen Slaney Dr Helen Slaney is Research Impact Manager at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. Having worked in research management since 2016, she completed her PhD at Oxford University in 2012, where she was based at the Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama. She subsequently held the Joanna Randall MacIver Junior Research Fellowship at St Hilda's College, Oxford, focusing on the reception of ancient dance, followed by a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship (2014-16). Her research interests are classical reception studies, ancient performance, and sensory history.
Ellysa Stern Cahoy Ellysa Stern Cahoy is an education librarian in the Penn State University Libraries at University Park. A former children’s librarian and school library media specialist, Ms. Cahoy has published research and presented on information literacy, evidence-based librarianship, affective learning, and personal archiving. Ms. Cahoy is a past chair of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Instruction Section and in 2013 received the Instruction Section’s Miriam Dudley Instruction Librarian Award.
Jonathan Westin Jonathan Westin is an archaeologist and historian at the Centre for Digital Humanities at the University of Gothenburg. In his research, he studies how we form our perception of culture through representations, and how these representations become part of our cultural heritage. He has published his research in the International Journal of Heritage Studies, Convergence Magazine and Visual Anthropology Review.