Re:Hum ’12 Working Group
Mirella Deocadiz, Bryn Mawr College
Hong Kong-born and bred, Mirella Deocadiz is currently a sophomore at Bryn Mawr College. She intends to propose an independent major in comparative media studies. Her interest in the digital humanities consists of examining the construction and deconstruction of virtual identities as well as the changing relationships between the consumers of media. As a blogger for HASTAC, an online collaborative space, she is excited about the work coming out of the Tri-Co, especially in terms of RE: Humanities.
Will Glovinsky, Swarthmore College
Will Glovinsky is a senior Honors Comparative Literature major at Swarthmore College. He studies modern and postcolonial literature and is currently working on a thesis on Flaubert, Faulkner, and García Márquez. When not cloistered away in a thesis carrel he enjoys evading the notion that he should be by cooking, running, and playing the mandolin.
Archana Kaku, Bryn Mawr College
Archana Kaku is an English and Political Science major at Bryn Mawr College. She is constantly torn between wanting to advance digital humanities and her unrealistic life goal of saving print media.
Anna Tione Levine, Swarthmore College
Anna Tione Levine is a senior Honors English major and Interpretation Theory minor at Swarthmore College. She is currently obsessed with the 18th-century British miscellany and Ultimate frisbee.
Henry Linder, Swarthmore College
Henry Linder is a senior at Swarthmore College majoring in mathematics and statistics and minoring in philosophy. He is particularly interested in new types of discourse and displays of information presented by technology.
Shahzeen Nasim, Haverford College
Shahzeen Nasim is a freshman at Haverford College. Her love of cyberculture and literature drew her to digital humanities. She also likes Californians and Dadaism.
Michael Rushmore, Haverford College
Michael Rushmore is a sophomore student at Haverford College and blogger at the street art blog Vandalog. At Re:Humanities, he’ll speak about viral art and street art’s shift from the physical world to the digital world.
Hema Surendranathan, Bryn Mawr College
Hema Surendranathan is a sophomore at Bryn Mawr College, majoring in English and minoring in Creative Writing. Her areas of interest include writing pedagogy, intertextuality, citation and how all of these develop on digital platforms.