Jeremy is the Associate Director of Research at CHNM
. His days are usually spent managing and contributing to development of . He is a co-founder of THATCamp
, and is the founder and lead developer on ScholarPress
While Jeremy’s strongest skills include CSS
, Flash and ActionScript, various Adobe programs, and XML
. Jeremy's enthusiasm for nicely coded forms and clean stylesheets is matched only by his love of baseball, billiards, juggling, and good card games.
Additionally, Jeremy is a PhD
candidate in the Department of History and Art History at GMU
. His dissertation, entitled “The Designing Historian,” explores design as a methodology for doing digital history. His other research interests include the history of design, the history of technology, and social/cultural history. On his personal website, ClioWeb
, Jeremy blogs about how historians can use the electronic form as a tool for academic and educational expression.
Jeremy has way too many blog feeds in his newsreader, but if you asked nicely, he'd probably add yours as well.