MOYA BAILEY is a scholar of critical race, feminist, and disability studies at Northeastern University.
BRIDGET BLODGETT is associate professor in the Division of Science, Information Arts, and Technologies at the University of Baltimore.
BARBARA BORDALEJO is assistant professor in digital humanities, Department of Literature, KU Leuven in Flanders, Belgium.
JASON BOYD is associate professor and codirector of the Centre for Digital Humanities, Ryerson University.
CHRISTINA BOYLES is assistant professor of culturally engaged digital humanities at Michigan State University.
SUSAN BROWN is professor of English and Canada Research Chair in Collaborative Digital Scholarship at the University of Guelph.
LISA BRUNDAGE is director of teaching, learning, and technology at Macaulay Honors College at the City University of New York.
MICHA CÁRDENAS is assistant professor of Art + Design: Games & Playable Media at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
MARCIA CHATELAIN is Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor of History and African American Studies at Georgetown University.
DANIELLE COLE graduated from Brandeis University with an MA in sociology and works as a youth mentor to support children with mental illness or trauma history.
BETH COLEMAN is associate professor of experimental digital media at the University of Waterloo.
T. L. COWAN is assistant professor of media studies (Digital Media Cultures) in the Department of Arts, Culture, and Media (UTSC) and the Faculty of Information (iSchool) at the University of Toronto.
AMY E. EARHART is associate professor of English at Texas A&M University.
NICKOAL EICHMANN-KALWARA is assistant professor and digital scholarship librarian at University of Colorado Boulder.
JULIA FLANDERS is professor of the practice in English and director of the Digital Scholarship Group in the Northeastern University Library. She directs the Women Writers Project and is editor in chief of Digital Humanities Quarterly.
SANDRA GABRIELE is vice-provost, Innovation in Teaching and Learning, and associate professor of communication studies at Concordia University.
BRIAN GETNICK is an artist and facilitator of contemporary performance in Los Angeles.
KAREN GREGORY is a digital sociologist, ethnographer, and lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the University of Edinburgh and program director of the MSc in Digital Society.
ALISON HEDLEY is an SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow at the McGill University .txtLAB and editor of the Yellow Nineties Personography.
KATHRYN HOLLAND is a faculty member in English at MacEwan University and senior research fellow for The Orlando Project.
JAMES HOWE holds an MLIS with a focus on academic libraries and digital technology and works at Rutgers University.
JEANA JORGENSEN is a folklorist, writer, dancer, and (sex) educator teaching at Butler University.
ALEXANDRA JUHASZ is chair of the film department at Brooklyn College, City University of New York.
DOROTHY KIM is assistant professor of English at Brandeis University.
KIM BRILLANTE KNIGHT is associate dean of graduate studies and associate professor and area head of critical media studies in the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication at the University of Texas at Dallas.
LORRAINE JANZEN KOOISTRA is codirector of the Centre in Digital Humanities (CDH) and professor of English at Ryerson University.
SHARON M. LEON is associate professor of history at Michigan State University, where she develops digital public history and digital networking projects related to enslaved communities in Maryland.
ELIZABETH LOSH is associate professor of English and American studies at the College of William and Mary. She is author of Virtualpolitik: An Electronic History of Government Media-Making in a Time of War, Scandal, Disaster, Miscommunication, and Mistakes and The War on Learning: Gaining Ground in the Digital University; coauthor of Understanding Rhetoric: A Graphic Guide to Writing with Jonathan Alexander; and editor of MOOCs and Their Afterlives: Experiments in Scale and Access in Higher Education.
IZETTA AUTUMN MOBLEY is an American studies doctoral candidate at the University of Maryland. She has been a facilitator and social justice educator specializing in youth and diversity issues.
PADMINI RAY MURRAY is the course leader for the postgraduate program in digital humanities and teaches at Srishti Institute of Art, Design, and Technology.
VERONICA PAREDES is a media arts scholar and practitioner at the University of Illinois.
ROOPIKA RISAM is assistant professor of English, coordinator of the secondary education English undergraduate program, and coordinator of the digital studies graduate certificate at Salem State University.
BONNIE RUBERG is assistant professor of digital media and games in the Department of Informatics at the University of California, Irvine.
LAILA SHEREEN SAKR (VJ UM AMEL) is assistant professor of film and media studies and faculty affiliate in the feminist studies department at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
ANASTASIA SALTER is assistant professor of digital media at the University of Central Florida.
MICHELLE SCHWARTZ is research fellow at the Centre for Digital Humanities at Ryerson University.
EMILY SHERWOOD is director of the Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Rochester’s River Campus Libraries.
DEB VERHOEVEN is a film and media studies scholar and associate dean of Engagement and Innovation at the University of Technology Sydney.
SCOTT B. WEINGART is program director of digital humanities, core faculty of humanities analytics, and librarian at Carnegie Mellon University.
JACQUELINE WERNIMONT is the Distinguished Chair of Digital Humanities and Social Engagement and associate professor of gender, women’s, and sexuality studies at Dartmouth College. She is the author of Numbered Lives: Life and Death in Quantum Media. Her work on digital feminist media has been published in Digital Humanities Quarterly, Slate.com, IEEE, Debates in Digital Humanities, and elsewhere. She codirects HASTAC, a transdisciplinary scholarly network.