curriculum vitae

The stuff I’m currently most proud of or excited about are bold. Start with those.

Email: scottbot-cmu-edu
Present: Digital Humanities Specialist, Carnegie Mellon University
-PhD student,  Information Science & History of Science, 2010-ca. ????
Past: Digital Humanities Data Scientist, Stanford University, 2014
-Undergraduate,  History of Science & Computer Engineering, 2005-2009
Erdős Number: 4
Bacon Number: ∞
Ph.D. Stress Level: Red
Scholarly ProfilesGoogle Scholar, Microsoft Academic, Mendeley, Zotero, ResearchGate, ORCIDAcademia.edu [deleted]

Publications

-forthcoming-

  1. [Submitted, Pre-Peer Review] What’s Under the Big Tent? : A Study of ADHO Conference Abstracts [preprint] (Weingart & Eichmann) @ Digital Studies / Le champ numérique
  2. [Submitted, Pre-Peer Review] Representation at Digital Humanities Conferences (2000-2015) [preprint] (Eichmann, Weingart, & Jorgensen) @ Feminist Debates in Digital Humanities (University of Minnesota Press, edited by Wernimont & Losh)
  3. [Submitted, Pre-Peer Review] Literary Network Analysis (Sack & Weingart) @ Digital Humanities for Literary Studies: Theories, Methods, and Practices (Penn State Press, edited by O’Sullivan)

-2016-

      1. [Peer Reviewed] Circles of Confidence in Correspondence: Modeling Confidentiality and Secrecy in Knowledge Exchange Networks of Letters and Drawings in the Early Modern Period [preprint] (van den Heuvel, Weingart, Spelt, & Nellen) @ Nuncius (31:1) – 2016
      2. [Peer Reviewed] Towards Interoperable Network Ontologies for the Digital Humanities [preprint] (Langmead, Otis, Warren, Weingart, & Zilinski) @ International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing (10:1-2) – 2016

-2015-

      1. [Peer Reviewed] Big data, bigger dilemmas: a critical review [preprint] (Ekbia, Mattioli, Kouper, Arave, Ghazinejad, Bowman, Suri, Tsou, Weingart, & Sugimoto) @ Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (66:8) – August 2015
      2. [Peer Reviewed] The Kaleidoscope of Disciplinarity [preprint] (Sugimoto & Weingart) @ Journal of Documentation (71:4) – June 2015
      3. [Peer Reviewed] Finding the History and Philosophy of Science [preprint + appendix] @ Erkenntnis (80:1) – February 2015
      4. [Peer Reviewed] The Equifinality of Archaeological Networks: an Agent-Based Exploratory Lab Approach [preprint] (Graham & Weingart) @ Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory (22:1) – February 2015

– 2014 –

      1. [Peer Reviewed] The Historian’s Macroscope (Graham, Milligan, & Weingart). (Imperial College Press) – 2014
      2. [Peer Reviewed] Writing The Historian’s Macroscope in Public (Graham, Milligan, & Weingart) @ Perspectives on History (52:7) – October 2014
      3. Planned IVMOOC Extensions @ Visual Insights (MIT Press, Book Authors Börner & Polley) – February 2014

– 2013 –

      1. [Peer Reviewed] From trees to webs: uprooting knowledge through visualization [preprint] @ Classification and visualization: interfaces to knowledge (Ergon Verlag, edited by Slavic, Akdag Salah, and Davies) – 2013
      2. [Peer Reviewed] Computational Analysis of the Body in European Fairy Tales [preprint] (Weingart & Jorgensen) @ Literary and Linguistic Computing (28:3) – September 2013
      3. [Peer Reviewed] Tweeting links to academic articles (Thelwall, Tsou, Weingart, Holmberg, & Haustein) @ Cybermetrics (17:1) – 2013
      4. [Editorial] The Digital Humanities Contribution to Topic Modeling (Meeks & Weingart) @ Journal of Digital Humanities (2:1) – March 2013
      5. [Web Publication] Coding the Bishop (Craig & Weingart) – February 2013
      6. [Peer Reviewed / Conference Proceeding / Panel] Information Visualization State-of-the-Art and Future Directions (Milojevic, Hemminger, Leydesdorff, Weingart, Chen, & Priem) @ Proceedings of the ASIS&T Annual Meeting (49:1) – January 2013

– 2012 –

      1. [Peer Reviewed] Getting Started with Topic Modeling and MALLET (Graham, Weingart, & Milligan) @ The Programming Historian (2) – September 2012

– 2011 –

      1. [Peer Reviewed] Demystifying Networks, Parts I & II @ Journal of Digital Humanities (1:1) – Winter 2011
      2. [Peer Reviewed] Mixed Indicators Model for Identifying Emerging Research Fields (Guo, Weingart, & Börner) @ Scientometrics (89:1) – June 2011

– earlier –

      1. Science of Science (Sci2) Tool User Manual (Weingart et al.) – 2010
      2. Network Workbench Tool User Manual (Börner et al.) – 2009

Pending Publication

      1. [Draft] Knowledge Uprooted
      2. [Draft] Abduction, Falsifiability, and Parsimony: When is ‘Good Enough’ Good Enough for Simulating History?
      3. [Submitted, In Revision] The Networked Structure of Early Modern Science @ JASIST – 2012

Scholarly Blog Posts & Podcasts

Awards, Honors & Funding

– 2013 –

      1. [Assessing Relevancy in DH] ACH Micgrogrant – $500 @ the scottbot irregular – Fall 2013

– 2012 –

      1. ACH Travel Bursary – $400 @ Digital Humanities Summer Institute, UVic – June 2012
      2. Sponsored Tuition Scholarship – $350 @ Digital Humanities Summer Institute, UVic – June 2012
      3. Margaret Griffin Coffin Fellowship – $4,700 @ SLIS, Indiana University – Spring 2012

– 2011 –

      1. HASTAC Scholar Fellowship – $300 @ IDAH/DLP, Indiana University – 2011-2012
      2. Paul Fortier Prize – £500 + Publication @ Digital Humanities 2011 @ Stanford, CA – June 2011
      3. [Effects of Communication Technology and Distribution on Scientific Research] NSF Graduate Research Fellowship – $122,500 @ Indiana University – 2011-2015 (read my proposal)

– earlier –

      1. AAAI Travel Grant – $600 @ AAAI Fall Symposium on Complex Adaptive Systems @ Arlington, VA – November 2010
      2. Dean’s List College of Engineering @ University of Florida – 2005-2007

Service

      • [Program Committee] Current Research in Digital History
      • [Editor] Digital Literary Studies – 2016
      • [Executive Council] The Association for Computers and the Humanities – 2016-2020
      • [Conference Organizing Committee] Keystone Digital Humanities Conference – 2016
      • [Ambassador] Places & Spaces: Mapping Science Exhibit – 2014-ongoing
      • [Committee Member] History of Science Society – Committee on Publishing and Professional Excellence – 2014
      • [Guest Editor] Journal of Digital Humanities (2:1) Special Issue on Topic Modeling (Meeks, Weingart) – Winter 2012
      • [Steering Committee] Digital HPS Consortium (international) – 2013-2014
      • [Steering Committee] Catapult Center @ Indiana University – 2012-2014
      • [Editor-At-Large] DHNow (1)
      • [Peer Reviews] JASIST | DH-conferences | DHQ | LLC | PLOS| JAF | Cogent Arts & Humanities | Others  I want to peer review for your conference or journal! Invite me.
      • [Review Panel] Journal of Digital Culture and Electronic Scholarship
      • [Open Reviews] Online (3)
      • [Program Committee Member] Networks and Network Analysis for the Humanities @ UCLA – August 2010
      • [Organizer / Program Committee Member] Republic of Letters Data and Studies Workshop @ Indiana University – November 2009

Presentations

– 2017 –

  1. [Invited] Questions at the Intersection: Ethics, Information Security, and the Humanities @ Workshop on New Connections for Digital Humanities and Cybersecurity @ Arizona State University – February 2017

– 2016 –

      1. [Keynote Address] Punched-Card Humanities [video] @ Creativity and The City @ Amsterdam, Netherlands – October 2016
      2. [Invited] Using Networks to Make Sense of Complexity @ Digital Humanities + Data Journalism @ University of Miami – September 2016
      3. [Invited] The Historian’s Macroscope: Ideas, Applications, Ethics, and Cautionary Notes in the Age of Big Data (Graham, Milligan, & Weingart) @ DigiCafe @ Guelph University – September 2016
      4. [Invited] Digital Humanities: A Distant Read @ University of Pittsburgh – August 2016
      5. [Peer Reviewed] Gender & Centrality, DH 2000-2016 (Weingart, Eichmann-Kalwara, & Jorgensen) @ Keystone DH @ Pittsburgh, PA – June 2016
      6. [Invited] Validating Bacon: Accuracy, Representation, and the Early Modern Social Network (Weingart, Shore, Otis, & Warren) @ NetworkX @ Stanford University – June 2016
      7. [Invited] Designing Arguments @ Lehigh Universiy – April 2016
      8. [Invited] The Historian’s Macroscope: Structural Shifts in Early Modern Correspondence Networks @ Washington University, St. Louis – March 2016
      9. [Invited] Distributed Scholarship in Early Modern Europe Networks as an Historical Lens @ Yale University – March 2016

– 2015 –

      1. [Invited] Communication in Early Modern Europe: Networks as an Historical Method @ Exploring Digital Humanities @ University of Colorado, Boulder – November 2015
      2. [Invited] The Republic of Letters: Networked Serendipity in Early Modern Europe @ DH Popup Lecture Series @ UCLA – November 2015
      3. [Peer Reviewed] What’s Under the Big Tent? A Study of ADHO Conference Abstracts, 2004-2014 (Eichmann & Weingart) @ DHSI Colloquium @ Victoria, BC – June 2015
      4. [Keynote Address] Connecting the Dots @ HASTAC 2015 @ Michigan State University – May 2015
      5. [Invited] Digital Scholarship Workshop: Networks & Visualizations @ University of Florida Digital Humanities Working Group – March 2015

– 2014 –

      1. [Invited] Fidelity at Scale @ Big Data Approaches to Intellectual and Linguistic History @ Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies – December 2014
      2. [Keynote Address] Networks In and Of Society [video] @ Digital Humanities Forum 2014 @ Lawrence, KS – September 2014
      3. [Peer Reviewed] Microsteps to Advance the Digital Humanities (McDonald, Risam, Weingart, Wieringa) @ Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences @ St. Catharines, Canada – May 2014
      4. [Peer-Reviewed] Operationalizing Confidentiality in Seventeenth-Century Epistolary Networks (Weingart, van den Heuvel, & Nellen) @ Scientiae @ Vienna, Austria – April 2014
      5. [Invited] When Networks Fail @ CESTA, Stanford @ Stanford, CA – April, 2014
      6. [Invited] Knowledge Uprooted @ IOrg Lecture, UW-Milwaukee @ Milwaukee, WI – March 2014

– 2013 –

      1. [Invited / Peer Reviewed] From trees to webs: uprooting knowledge through visualization [presentation with illustrations / audio] @ International UDC Seminar @ The Hague, Netherlands – October 2013
      2. [Invited] Disciplines: implicit and opposing structures overlaying interdisciplinarity research @ Knowledge Orders and Science, KNOWeSCAPE @ The Hague, Netherlands – October 2013
      3. [Invited] Analysis of Two Large Corpora of Early Modern Letter Networks [video] @ Computer Technologies for the Historical Research of Intellectual Networks @ Jerusalem, Israel – October, 2013
      4. [Invited] Introduction to Networks and Network Analysis for Humanists [video] @ Computer Technologies for the Historical Research of Intellectual Networks @ Jerusalem, Israel – October, 2013
      5. [Invited] History & Philosophy of Science: Finding the Middle Ground (Weingart, Börner) @ Digital HPS @ Bloomington, IN – September 2013
      6. [Peer Reviewed] Mapping DH through heterogeneous communicative practices (Bowman, Demarest, Weingart, Simpson, Lariviere, Thelwall, & Sugimoto) @ Digital Humanities 2013 @ Lincoln, NE – July 2013
      7. [Invited] The IVMOOC @ Google’s Coursebuilder Faculty Workshop @ Zürich, Switzerland – June 2013
      8. Weakly Connecting Early Modern Science @ What are Digital Humanities? @ University of Oslo – June 2013
      9. [Invited] Networks of Topics, Texts, and Words @ What can we do with 500 billion words? @ Indiana University – April 2013

– 2012 –

      1. [Panel] Information Visualization State-of-the-Art and Future Directions (Milojevic, Hemminger, Leydesdorff, Weingart, Chen, & Priem) @ ASIS&T @ Baltimore, MD – October 2012
      2. Networks in Early Modern Science @ SLIS Doctoral Research Forum @ Indiana University – October 2012
      3. [Invited] Accurate and Inadequate Models for Historians @ Human Complexity @ UNC-Charlotte – May 2012
      4. [Invited] Desiderata for Visualizing Uncertainty and Contextuality in the Digital Humanities (van den Heuvel  & Weingart) @ Visualising Data Workshop @ Gotha, Germany – April 2012
      5. [Invited] Network Analysis for the Digital Humanities @ Digital Humanities Seminar Series @ UW-Madison – March 2012
      6. [Peer Reviewed] Modeling Knowledge Propagation through Early Modern Correspondence NetworksAmerican Philosophical Association – Central Division @ Chicago, IL – February 2012

– 2011 –

      1. Finding Scholarly Communities Then and Now @ CNS Open House @ Indiana University – November 2011
      2. [Invited] Sampling Bias in Humanistic Networks @ Networks and Network Analysis for the Humanities: Reunion Conference @ UCLA – October 2011
      3. [Peer Reviewed]  A Quantitative Folkloristic Approach to European Fairy Tales (Jorgensen & Weingart) @ American Folklore Society @ Indiana University – October 2011
      4. [Invited] Analyzing, Visualizing, and Navigating the Republic of Letters @ Oxford University – July 2011 [Video]
      5. [Peer Reviewed | Paul Fortier Prize Winner] Computational Analysis of Gender and the Body in European Fairy Tales (Weingart & Jorgensen) @ Digital Humanities 2011 @ Stanford University – June 2011
      6. Modeling the Republic of Letters @ Computer Simulations in the Humanities @ UNC-Charlotte – June 2011
      7. Exploring Disciplinarity (Sugimoto with contributions by Weingart and Ni) @ Talk Series on Networks and Complex Systems @ Indiana University – April 2011

– 2010 –

      1. [Invited] Successful Network Analysis in the Humanities @ Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center @ Indiana University – September 2010
      2. [Invited] Mapping Scientific Networks @ Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio – April 2010
      3. [Invited] The Circulation of Knowledge and Learned Practices in the 17th Century Dutch Republic – Visualizing & Navigating the Dutch Republic of Letters @ Huygens ING – Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, The Hague – February 2010
      4. [Invited] The Republic of Letters – Using Textual and Network Analysis to Study History and Model Science @ Virtual Knowledge Studio for the Humanities and the Social Sciences, KNAW, Amsterdam – February 2010

– 2009 –

      1. Zombies! A Halloween Talk on Compartmental Models in Epidemiology @ The Venerable IU Beer And Algorithms Club – October 2009
      2. Perils of Mapping Science @ Republic of Letters Data and Studies Workshop @ Indiana University – November 2009
      3. [Invited] Fitting Agent-Based Models to Historical Networks @ NSF/JSMF Workshop on Mapping the History and Philosophy of Science @ Indiana University – June 2009

Workshops / Tutorials

– 2017 –

      1. [Invited] Networks for Humanities and Social Sciences @ University of Richmond – January 2017

– 2016 –

          1. [Invited] Digital Humanities: A Distant Read @ University of Pittsburgh – August 2016
          2. [Invited] Ethical Data Scraping @ University of Pittsburgh – June 2016
          3. [Invited] Introduction to Gephi @ Lehigh University – April 2016
          4. [Invited] Humanities Networks @ Yale University – March 2016

– 2015 –

          1. [Invited] Humanities Networks @ Exploring Digital Humanities @ University of Colorado, Boulder – November 2015
          2. [Invited] Digital Scholarship Workshop: Networks & Visualizations @ University of Florida Digital Humanities Working Group – March 2015
          3. [Instructor] Networks & History @ AHA2015 @ New York City – January 2015

– 2014 –

          1. [Invited] Historian’s Macroscope @ Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies – December 2014
          2. [Instructor] Networks: Basics, Theory, Data, and Visualization @ Stanford, California – July & August, 2014

– 2013 –

          1. [Invited] Network Visualizations using Gephi @ Computer Technologies for the Historical Research of Intellectual Networks @ Jerusalem, Israel – October, 2013
          2. [Invited] Citation Analysis Tools: Sci2 and the Network Workbench @ Computer Technologies for the Historical Research of Intellectual Networks @ Jerusalem, Israel – October, 2013
          3. [Invited] Networks for Humanists using the Network Workbench @ The Catapult Workshop Series @ Indiana University – March 2013 [video]

– 2011 –

          1. [Invited] Analyzing & Visualizing Correspondence Networks for Browsable Interfaces @ Representing the Republic of Letters @ Huygens ING – Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences – July 2011
          2. Network and Topical Analysis for the Humanities using NWB and Sci2 @ Digital Humanities 2011 @ Stanford University – June 2011
          3. [Invited] Sci2: A Tool of Science of Science. Research and Practice (Börner & Weingart) @ Computer Simulations in the Humanities @ UNC-Charlotte – June 2011

– 2010 –

          1. [Invited] Preparing, Analyzing and Visualizing Humanities Data (Weingart & Börner) @ Networks and Network Analysis for the Humanities @ UCLA – August 2010

Other Event Participation / Service

– 2013 –

          1. [Invited Participant] Global Literary Networks Workshop @ University of Chicago – November 2013
          2. [Session Chair] Digital Humanities 2013 @ Lincoln, NE – July 2013
          3. [Invited Participant] Google’s Coursebuilder Faculty Workshop @ Zürich, Switzerland – June 2013
          4. [Organizer] Networks of Topics, Texts, and Words @ What can we do with 500 billion words? @ Indiana University – April 2013

– 2012 –

          1. [Invited Facilitator] Topic Modeling for Humanities Research @ MITH – November 2012
          2. [Participant] The HathiTrust Research Center UnCamp @ Bloomington, IN – September 2012

– 2011 –

          1. [Participant] Scientific Workforce Analysis and Modeling (SWAM) @ GWU Biostatistics Center – October 2011
          2. [Participant] JSMF Workshop on Standards for Science Metrics, Classifications, and Mapping @ Indiana University – August 2011
          3. [Participant] Modeling and Mapping Science Workshop @ Indiana University – March 2011

– 2010 –

          1. [Participant] AAAI Fall Symposium on Complex Adaptive Systems @ Arlington, VA – November 2010
          2. [Participant] Integrated History and Philosophy of Science Conference 3 @ Indiana University – September 2010
          3. [Program Committee Member  / Teaching Fellow] Networks and Network Analysis for the Humanities @ UCLA – August 2010

– 2009 –

          1. [Organizer / Program Committee Member] Republic of Letters Data and Studies Workshop @ Indiana University – November 2009
          2. [Attendee] North American Conference on Computing and Philosophy @ Indiana University – June 2009
          3. [Attendee] Society for Philosophy and Psychology Annual Conference @ Indiana University – June 2009

Teaching

-2016-

          1. [Guest Lecture] Literary Network Analysis @ The Social Networks of Antebellum American Literature (English 473) @ Lehigh University – April 2016
          2. [Instructor] Digital Humanities Graduate Seminar @ Carnegie Mellon University – Spring 2016

-2015-

          1. [Guest Lecture] Network Complications @ Digital Humanities 101 (DH101) @ UCLA – November 2015
          2. [Guest Lecture] Data Preparation & Ethics @ The Digital and the Humanities (LIS 3600) @ University of Pittsburgh – October 2015
          3. [Guest Lecture] Six Degrees of Francis Bacon & Network Data @ Data Visualization & DH (HUMN 270) @ Bucknell University – October 2015
          4. [Instructor] Data, Math, Visualization, and Interpretation of Networks: An Introduction @ Digital Humanities Summer Institute @ Victoria, Canada – June, 2015
          5. [Instructor] Digital Humanities Literacy Course @ Carnegie Mellon University – May, 2015

– 2014 –

          1. [Instructor] Data, Math, Visualization, and Interpretation of Networks: An Introduction @ Digital Humanities Summer Institute @ Victoria, Canada – June, 2014
          2. [Guest Lecture] The Cognitive Science of Information Visualization @ Cognitive Science Seminar (Q400) @ Indiana University – April 2014
          3. [Instructor & Product Development] The Information Visualization MOOC @ Indiana University – Spring 2014
          4. [Instructor] Information Visualization (Z637) @ Indiana University – Spring 2014

– 2013 –

          1. [Associate Instructor & Product Development] The Information Visualization MOOC @ Indiana University – Spring 2013
          2. [Associate Instructor] Information Visualization (S637) @ Indiana University – Spring 2013
          3. [Guest Lecture] Topic Modeling for the Humanities @ Digital Humanities (S657) @ Indiana University – February 2013

– 2012 –

          1. [Guest Lecture] Showcasing Software: Sci2 and NWB @ Information Networks (S604) @ Indiana University – August 2012
          2. [Guest Lecture] Quantitative Methods in Digital Humanities @ Graduate Seminar in Digital History (H5702) @ Carleton University – March 2012

– 2011 –

          1. [Guest Lecture] Showcasing Software: Network Workbench @ Information Networks (S604/S764) @ Indiana University – September 2011

Project, Grant & Funding Affiliations

          1. [Affiliated Researcher] Six Degrees of Francis Bacon (Warren et al.) @ Carnegie Mellon – 2015-ongoing
          2. [Digital Humanities Data Scientist] Stanford Libraries @ Stanford University – 2014
          3. [Affiliated Researcher] Center for Research On Mediated Interaction (CROMI) @ Indiana University – 2013
          4. [Consultant] Data-driven Ontology Development: A Case Study at NASA’s Atmospheric Science Data Center (Hertz, Huffer, Kusterer) @ AGU Fall Meeting @ San Francisco – December 2012
          5. [Affiliated Researcher] Cascades, Islands, or Streams? Time, Topic, and Scholarly Activities in Humanities and Social Science Research (Sugimoto, Ding, Milojevic, Thelwall, Larivière) – Digging Into Data (NSF) @ Indiana University – 2012-2015
          6. [Affiliated Researcher] Monitoring, Modeling & Forecasting Tools for Fostering Innovative S&T Workforce (Börner) – 1U01GM098959-01 – NIH/NIGMS @ Indiana University – 2011-2014
          7. [Consultant] Cultures of Knowledge @ Oxford University – 2011
          8. [Consultant] The Circulation of Knowledge and Learned Practices in the 17th-Century Dutch Republic (Mijnhardt) – 2300149663 @ Huygens Institute KNAW – 2010-2011 [final product]
          9. [Research Assistant] TLS: Towards a Macroscope for Science Policy Decision Making (Börner) 0738111 – NSF @ Indiana University – 2009-2011
          10. [Research Assistant] Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center (Börner) @ Indiana University – 2009-2014
          11. [Research Assistant] InPhO @ Work: Providing Integrated Access to Philosophy (Allen) – PW-50401-09 – NEH @ Indiana University – 2009-2010
          12. [Library Intern] UF Digital Library Center (Taylor) @ University of Florida – 2008
          13. [Research Assistant] Republic of Letters (Hatch) @ University of Florida – 2006-2009

Affiliations Past & Present

          1. Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)
          2. Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH)
          3. American Folklore Society (AFS)
          4. American Society for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T)
          5. Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ALLC)
          6. American Philosophical Association (APA)
          7. American Historical Association (AHA)
          8. History of Science Society (HSS)
          9. International Big History Association (IBHA)
          10. International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA)
          11. Society for Digital Humanities (SDH-SEMI)

Miscellaneous

          • DHNow EC features: 25
          • DH+Lib features: 14
          • Giant’s Shoulders (History of Science carnival) Whewell’s Gazette features: 7
          • Favorite story: Nearly got eaten by alligators. Ask me about it sometime. New favorite story: found a naked hermit guarding a river
          • @scott_bot followers: >2,500
          • scottbot irregular subscribers: >700
          • scottbot irregular monthly visitors: ~5,000
          • ePistolarium. A correspondence network tool I developed with Huygens ING
          • Introduction to Network Analysis and Representation. A pretty neat network analysis tool I developed with Elijah Meeks.

Juggling & Aerial Acrobatics

(because having fun is important, too)

– 2016 –

          1. [Sound & Lights] Bare Elegance Aerial Showcase @ Pittsburgh, PA – February 2016.

– 2015 –

          1. [Instructor & Performer] Flow Motion Symposium @ Bloomington, IN – November 2015.
          2. [Instructor] Pittsburgh Dance Center @ Pittsburgh, PA – 2015-ongoing.
          3. [Performer] Pittsburgh Dance Center @ Pittsburgh, PA – October 2015.
          4. [Performer] Pittsburgh Marathon @ Pittsburgh, PA – May 2015.

– 2014 –

          1. [Performer] Hallow’s Eve: A Night for Ability @ Indianapolis, IN – October 2014.
          2. [Performer] Hoopy Birthday @ Bloomington, IN – April 2014.

– 2013 –

          1. [Performer] Wonderlab Gala @ Bloomington, IN – September 2013.
          2. [Performer] Hoopy Birthday @ Bloomington, IN – April 2013. Video: clip

– 2012 –

          1. [Performer] University Club Madrigal Dinner @ Bloomington, IN – December 2012
          2. [Performer] Lotus World Music & Art Festival @ Bloomington, IN – September 2012. Video: clip, documentary, full
          3. [Performer] Skyy’s Burning Music & Arts Festival @ Muncie, IN – September 2012
          4. [Performer] Event @ Bloomington, IN – May 2012
          5. [Instructor] Kinetic Fire @ College Corner, OH – May 2012
          6. [Performer] Greater Louisville Inc. Annual Meeting @ Louisville, KY – March 2012
          7. [Instructor] Snow Flow Fest @ Louisville, KY – February 2012

– 2011 –

          1. [Performer] University Club Madrigal Dinner @ Bloomington, IN – December 2011
          2. [Performer] Wedding @ Grand Rapids, MI – October 2011
          3. [Performer] Lotus World Music & Art Festival @ Bloomington, IN – September 2011. Video: clip
          4. [Instructor] Kinetic Fire @ Earlville, IL – May 2011
          5. [Performer] Bloomington Belly Dances @ Bloomington, IN – April 2011
          6. [Performer] Krewe Mardi Gras Party @ Cincinnati, OH – March 2011
          7. [Instructor] Snow Flow Fest @ Louisville, KY – February 2011

– 2010 –

          1. [Instructor] Groovolution Dance Studio @ West Palm Beach, FL – December 2010
          2. [Performer] Steam Night @ Bloomington, IN – November 2010. Video: full
          3. [Performer] Wedding @ Bloomington, IN – October 2010
          4. [Performer] Lotus World Music & Art Festival @ Bloomington, IN – September 2010
          5. [Performer] The Venue Fine Arts & Gifts @ Bloomington, IN – June 2010. Video: part 1part 2
          6. [Performer] Lacore Valmon Circus @ Bloomington, IN – May 2010

– 2009 –

          1. [Choreographer] The Hudsucker Posse @ Bloomington, IN – 2009-ongoing
          2. [Instructor] St. Louis Jugglefest @ St. Louis, MI – October 2009
          3. [Performer] Event @ Amsterdam, Netherlands – February 2009
          4. [Instructor] Ballring @ Birmingham, UK – February 2009
          5. [Performer] Hoggetowne Medieval Faire @ Gainesville, FL – 2007-2009
          6. [Performer] Gator Nights @ Gainesville, FL – 2006-2009

– 2008 –

          1. [Performer] Wedding @ Calgary, Canada – June 2008
          2. [Performer] Florida Renaissance Festival @ Deerfield Beach, FL – 2003-2008

Marriages Officiated, etc.

          • [Ordained Clergy] Julie & Glenn’s Wedding @ New York, NY –  January 2012
          • [MC] Mark & Christine’s Wedding @ Bloomington, IN – October 2011

Press

      1. QSSS and HSP Scholars Delve Into the Digital Humanities – Carnegie Mellon news – December 2016
      2. 70,000 OkCupid Profiles Leaked, Intimate Details And All – Forbes – May 2016
      3. 70,000 OkCupid Users Just Had Their Data Published – VICE Motherboard – May 2016
      4. Ph.D. Candidate Helps Rethink Graduate Education in the Humanities – The Chronicle of Higher Education – March 2015
      5. Scott Weingart Joins Carnegie Mellon as Digital Humanities Specialist – Carnegie Mellon News – February 2015
      6. Circus Circus – The Weekly Special Television Show, Indiana Public Media – July 20, 2012
      7. New Visualizations for the Union Catalogue – Oxford’s Cultures of Knowledge News – July 20, 2011
      8. Visualizing and Navigating the Republic of Letters – Oxford’s Cultures of Knowledge News – July 14, 2011
      9. SLIS grad student’s work recognized by NSF with three-year research fellowship – IU News Room – May 31, 2011
      10. SLIS Ph.D. Student Receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship – IU SLIS News – April 11, 2011
      11. They Came Wearing Goggles: Reflections on Steam Night at Rachel’s Cafe – WIUX Blog – December 25, 2010
      12. NEH Institute on Network Analysis for the Humanities – IU SLIS News – Septermber 2, 2010
      13. UF student juggles more than just classes (and corresponding video) – The Independent Florida Alligator – April 15, 2008

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