DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

Author Biographies

Adam Heidebrink-Bruno Adam Heidebrink-Bruno is an alternative Educator, currently situated in the nonprofit sector, tutoring and training tutors to work with underserved high school students. He specializes in not specializing, previously situated in public, private, and adventure education environments. In both scholarship and practice, he frequently finds himself at the intersection of pedagogy, literacy, and technology. Adam often questions the purpose traditional education serves, secretly fearing a hidden curriculum underlying everything we learn in schools. It is his ultimate goal to train a (nonviolent) ninja-army of critical thinkers who do not fear the (or any) system; individuals that are at once philosophers, artists, movers, and shakers. He sincerely believes that education isn’t something you receive, but rather, something you do. You can follow Adam on Twitter @adamheid and find out more about him, including the occasional post at: adamheidebrink.wordpress.com.
Britt Hoskins Britt Hoskins is a Master's of English student at Virginia Tech with a focus in technical writing and rhetoric. Additionally, she's a communications professional in the technology sector.
Peter Johnston Peter Johnston completed his Ph.D. on J.M. Coetzee and mathematics in 2013, at Royal Holloway, University of London. With wider interests in the intersection between literature, mathematical philosophy, and digital humanities, he is currently working on a stylometric analysis of the works of David Foster Wallace.
Jaime Lee Kirtz Jaime Lee Kirtz is an ATLAS PhD student and instructor at the University of Colorado Boulder and a recent MA graduate in the Department of English Literature at Concordia University. She holds a BSc in Physics and English Literature from the University of British Columbia and the University of Toronto. She also holds a creative writing certificate from Simon Fraser University.
Tom J. Lynch Tom J. Lynch is a Senior Application Designer at CSC, Computer Sciences Corporation. Since 1997, his professional interests have included the design and development of web-based software applications, data modeling, and user-interface design. In 2012, he completed a Master of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where his research interests included data curation, digital humanities, and text mining.
Martin Mueller Martin Mueller is Professor Emeritus of English and classics at Northwestern University.
Sean Sturm Head, Academic Development Group, Centre for Learning and Research in Higher Education, Faculty of Education
Stephen Francis Turner Senior Lecturer, Coordinator Writing Studies, English, Drama and Writing Studies, Faculty of Arts