HISTORIAN, WRITER, SPEAKER
I am a professional researcher of computers and video games. I bring historical, theoretical and feminist methods to the study of media objects and practices, with a special focus on everyday users and obsolete technology.
Institutionally, I am an Assistant Professor of Media and Information Industries in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University.
UPCOMING EVENTS + GOINGS ON
Check out my PRACTICE 2016 talk about the making of Sierra On-Line's Mystery House, recently uploaded courtesy NYU's Game Center.
Videos from COMMAND LINES: SOFTWARE, POWER & PERFORMANCE are now up on the Computer History Museum YouTube Channel. I co-organized COMMAND LINES in Spring 2017.
And as the new Vice-Chair of Meetings for SIGCIS, I'll be in charge of organizing the annual meetings for the Special Interest Group in Computing Information and Society. Join the SIGCIS listserv for updates on our conference CFP.
Photo credit | Nina Dolgin