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Kimon Keramidas


Kimon Keramidas is Associate Director and Clinical Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities in New York University’s John W. Draper Interdisciplinary Master’s Program where he is responsible for both developing new curricula and coordinating digital humanities initiatives across the Graduate School of Arts and Science. Along with digital humanities, Kimon’s teaching and research covers topics as diverse as the cultural history of media and technology, interactive technology and pedagogy, interface design, media materiality, scenic design, and intellectual property rights. He is a founding member of both The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy and New York City Digital Humanities (NYCDH), and has lectured and given workshops across the country about the integration of digital technologies into pedagogy, research, and scholarly communication.

February 2020

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