I am a researcher, educator, and technologist working at the intersection of built, historic, and informational environments. I am currently the NEH CARES Digital Humanities Instructional Technologist in the Division of Humanities and the Arts, at the City College of New York (CCNY). Previously, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Anthropology and Sociology, Kalamazoo College (2019-2020) and an Instructor of Anthropology at the Institute of Intercultural and Anthropological Studies, Western Michigan University (2017 - 2020). I have also taught at Lehman College, CUNY, and I was a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Culture, Religion and Public Life, Columbia University (2014-2016). I have been working with scholars, students and practitioners in building resources and information environments for learning, research, and storytelling. I hold a Ph.D. in Cultural Technology and Communication from the University of the Aegean (2012).
I am an anthropologist and a digital humanist working on built, historic, and informational environments. My research focuses on space and landscape, borders and migration, memory, media and materiality, with a regional focus on Greece, Southeast Europe, and the Mediterranean. I am also interested in the dynamics between physical and digital spaces especially as shaped through mapping, data visualization and geospatial technologies. My work draws from a wide range of analytical and methodological perspectives combining ethnography, spatial theory and cultural geography, material culture studies, and digital and environmental humanities.
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