My co-edited volume, Research Methods for the Digital Humanities, was released on November 23, 2018 from Palgrave Macmillan. My contribution to this volume is the chapter “Creating an Influencer-Relationship Model to Locate Actors in Environmental Communication.”
The chapter discusses the method used to create influencer-relationship models from a collection of over 4,000 newspaper articles. The software used for this chapter can be found on my gitbub page.
“Culture, Technology and Hyper-Industrial Capitalism,” Co-Author, Reviews in Cultural Theory 4, no. 1, 2013
“Imagining Environmental Justice in Texas Groundwater Images” presented at the 16th Annual Cultural Studies Association Conference, Pittsburg, PA, May 31 – June 2, 2018
“The Establishment of Influencer Networks within Digital Journalism” presented at the 14th Annual Cultural Studies Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA, June 2-5, 2016
“Mapping Groundwater Conflict: Using Digital Content Analysis to Identify Authoritative Voices within Environmental Communications in Texas” presented at the 2015 Conference on Communication and Environment, Boulder, CO, June 11-14, 2015
“The Everyday Life of Digital Ecology” presented at the Chesapeake American Studies Association Conference, Baltimore, MD, March 28, 2013
“Constructing Data: An Examination of the Obama for America App” presented at the Critiquing Culture Conference, Fairfax, VA, September 9-10, 2012