My current Web pages can be found here:
http://www.glue.umd.edu/~mgk/

MATTHEW G. KIRSCHENBAUM
Original image courtesy of the William Blake Archive. Used with permission.

Accidental illuminations: plate 3 of Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience, copy Z, corrupted by packet loss during network file transfer (Thu Oct 22 12:06:19 EDT 1998).

Department of English

&

Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities

at the

University of Virginia
. . .

Current Projects

Curriculum Vitae

These fragments I have shored against my ruins.

Current events: I've successfully defended my dissertation and will be moving to Lexington, Kentucky, to begin a tenure-track job in the Department of English at the University of Kentucky (as of August 1). I'll be teaching courses in an interdisciplinary graduate program in humanities computing and informatics, as well as courses in the English department on contemporary literature and comparative media. A key element of the job will be collaborating with computer science faculty to develop new research projects and software tools. I will also continue my work with the William Blake Archive, in the capacity of Technical Editor.

I've done a good deal of writing about -- and applied work in -- humanities computing and new media during my time at Virginia. See the materials in the right-hand frame. I'm looking forward to continuing this work in my new appointment, though I will of course miss Virginia, particularly the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, where I have had the opportunity to work with a number of interesting people. And I also have fond memories of Alderman Library's Electronic Text Center, where I spent two rough and tumble years in the trenches.

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In November 1998 I traveled to Bergen, Norway for Digital Arts and Culture 98. You can look at pictures from a day-long excursion called Norway in a Nutshell, or pictures taken around Bergen and at the conference banquet (the Nutshell pictures are more interesting).

Some pictures from the ACH-ALLC international humanities computing conference, held this past June in Charlottesville, are available here.


mgk3k@virginia.edu or mattk@virginia.edu

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