Editor and Curator


Roger Whitson is Assistant Professor of English and Digital Technology and Culture at Washington State University in Pullman, where he researches nineteenth-century British literature, digital humanities, and media studies. He is the author (with Jason Whittaker) of William Blake and the Digital Humanities: Collaboration, Participation, and Social Media (Routledge 2012), and “Digital Blake 2.0” in Blake 2.0: William Blake in Twentieth Century Art, Music, and Culture (Ed. Steve Clark, Tristanne Connolly, and Jason Whittaker; Palgrave 2011), along with a number of articles about Blake, pedagogy, and steampunk published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, ProfHackerHybrid PedagogyWorkplace: A Journal of Academic Labor, ImageTexT: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies and Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net.  He is currently working on a book theorizing steampunk within emergent practices of critical making and alternative history, as well as completing projects for Digital Humanities Quarterly and Romantic Circles.

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