Primary Investigator. She is Professor of American Studies, Professor of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Director of The Photographic Memory Workshop, and a coordinator of the Public Humanities Program at Yale University. A historian of race, gender and photography, she is a scholar and theorist of visual culture, including graphic memoir.
Co-Director. She is Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities in the Department of Rhetoric & Communication Studies at the University of Richmond (Virginia, USA). Her work focuses on the politics of representation in the United States, using approaches from the digital, public humanities.
Co-Director. He is Assitant Professor of Statistics in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Richmond. His work studies the application of statistical computing to large text and image corpora.
Federal Writer's Project Lead. She is Assistant Teaching Professor in English & Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Her research bridges rhetorical studies, digital humanities, and political science to investigate the rhetorics of collective memory and archival production.
Map Expert. He is the GIS Specialist & Instruction Coordinator at the Yale University Library. He specializes in all things geo and is more commonly known as Yale's Map Ninja.
Implementation Coordinator. He is the Director of the Digital Humanities Lab at Yale University. He came to Yale in 2013 as the first Librarian for Digital Humanities Research.
Currently the Director of Educational Resources and Technology at Yale-NUS College. He previously served as the Director of Yale University's Center for Media and Instructional Innovation (CMI2) where he served as project manager of Photogrammar.
Project Manager. He works in Yale's Instructional Technology Group and previously supported Yale language instruction at the Yale Center for Language Study.