Professor of History, Methodist University
I teach mostly introductory world history, as well as seminars on modern Europe in / and the world, Latin America, race and ethnicity, classical and contemporary social theory, and gender. Research interests include Gramsci, Durkheim, Weber, and the history of complex systems theory in the human studies; identity formation; and the pedagogy of complex systems. I have a group blog, https://deadvoles.wordpress.com/, and a pedagogy and assessment... Read More →
PhD Candidate, University of Pittsburgh
Assistant Professor and Program Director, Visual Arts & Technology, Stevens Institute of Technology
Jeff Thompson is an artist, programmer, hacker, and educator based in the NYC area. He is Assistant Professor and Program Director of Visual Arts & Technology at Stevens Institute of Technology, and is co-founder of the experimental curatorial project Drift Station.
- Tags archives, community, computers, digital media, digital practices, fandom, identity, Japanese popular culture, Law & Order, media, memory, new media, online communities, performance, screenshot, social media, social networks, South Korean popular culture, television, transna