DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

Author Biographies

Taylor Arnold Taylor Arnold is Assistant Professor of Statistics at the University of Richmond. His research focuses on statistical computing, natural language process, and quantitative applications in the humanities and social sciences.
Marian Dörk Marian Dörk is a Research Professor for Information Visualization at the Urban Futures Institute for Applied Research of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. In his research he is particularly interested in the potential of visual interfaces to support new forms of data exploration. Since Fall 2014 he leads a 3-year research project on visualizing cultural collections and since January 2015 he has been co-directing the Urban Complexity Lab, a transdisciplinary research space at the intersection between information visualization and urban transformation.
Katrin Glinka Katrin Glinka is a research associate and lecturer at the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences. She combines approaches from art history, sociology and museum studies with an interest in digital cultural heritage and visualization research. She studied cultural sciences with a focus on art theory, visual culture, sociology and philosophy and holds an M. A. degree from Leuphana University Lüneburg. Since 2014 she has been working on her doctoral thesis on digitization and visualization in the cultural feld and their means and potentials for curation, critical and interventionist approaches and visitor orientation in museums. Correspondence e-mail: glinka@fh-potsdam.de
Jean-Roch Houllier Jean-Roch Houllier, PMP, IPMA Level B certified, MGP, SSCBB, FFP, Executive Coach Certified HEC Paris, is a graduate of HEC Business School and SUPAERO. He is currently THALES Université International Learning Director, the Corporate University of THALES Group. He benefits from more than 15 years of project management experience in multicultural environments. His expertise covers various types of projects including research and development, operations and maintenance as well as subcontracting.

Jean-Roch is passionate about teaching and professional learning; he likes to share his experiences and encourage his students. He is a lecturer, teacher and Professional Thesis Director for HEC Business School in project management and the Academic Development Director of the PMI-France, developing contacts and partnerships with various schools around project management, making bridges between academic and professional universes.

Anke Lüdeling Anke Lüdeling is a professor for corpus linguistics at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. After studying linguistics and computer science, she worked in several linguistic and computational linguistic projects at Heidelberg, Stuttgart and Osnabrück before joining the Humboldt-Universität. She is interested in language change processes as well as language variation and language acquisition. She has been involved in the construction of several deeply annotated corpora of German.
Stacey Maples Stacey is the Geospatial Manager at the Stanford Geospatial Center. He formerly served as the GIS Specialist & Instruction Coordinator at the Yale University Library.
Christopher Pietsch Christopher Pietsch is a versatile information visualization researcher for the Urban Complexity Lab at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. He blends art, design, and technology to create interactive experiences and spaces to explore novel types of visualization metaphors. He studied Computer Science at the HTW Berlin and Interaction Design at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. His bachelor’s thesis is an experimental attempt on Brain-Computer-Interfaces that discusses the multidisciplinary mysteries of human visual perception. His current research circles around aesthetic interfaces in order to enable profound new forms of data exploration.
Gérald Péoux Gérald Péoux is an assistant professor at the Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, where he gives lectures in computer science, and a researcher in the history of Science at IHMC (Institut d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine). Before joining the university, he had a position as an engineer in supercomputers in private American companies.
Uwe Springmann Uwe Springmann currently works as a digital humanist at LMU Munich and Humboldt University Berlin. After earning a PhD in Astrophysics he spent several years in the IT and Telecommunications industry before returning to academia with the idea to make our cultural heritage data embodied in printed books available as electronic text and machine-actionable data for further research, thus helping to realize the idea of the universal library in its fullest extent.
Lauren Tilton Lauren is Visiting Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Richmond. Her interests include 20th century U.S. history, participatory media and digital, public humanities. wwww.laurentilton.com
Laura Wexler Laura Wexler is Professor of American Studies, Professor of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Director of The Photographic Memory Workshop at Yale, and Co-coordinator of the Public Humanities Program at Yale University. She is also Chair of the university-wide Digital Humanities Committee. A historian of race, gender and photography, she is a scholar and theorist of visual culture and has published widely on American photographs.