Chris Alen Sula
Assistant Professor and Digital Humanities Coordinator
My research centers on visualization, both the ethics and politics of visualization as well as the use of visualization for understanding large datasets, especially those in philosophy. I have also written about the digital humanities and cultural heritage institutions (libraries, archives, and museums). My broader work examines how technology can support democracy and social movements, especially through participatory methods.
I received my PhD in Philosophy from the City University of New York with a doctoral certificate in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy.
visualization, networks, philosophy, critical theory, cultural heritage