Christopher Sula

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Associate Professor School of Information 718.636.3625 p 212.367.2492 f Manhattan Campus, Manhattan 604B

Current Course Listing (6)

22/SP-INFO-601-03 Foundations of Information

21/FA-INFO-601-04 Foundations of Information

22/SP-INFO-657-01 Digital Humanities

22/SP-INFO-658-01 Information Visualization

21/FA-INFO-658-01 Information Visualization

21/FA-INFO-659-01 Advanced Projects in Digital Humanities

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Ph.D. Philosophy. The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Doctoral Certificate in Instructional Technology and Pedagogy.

M.Phil. Philosophy, The Graduate Center, CUNY

B.A. Philosophy and English, Augustana College


President, Academic Senate

Teaching & Curriculum Lead, M.S. in Data Analytics & Visualization and Advanced Certificate in Digital Humanities

Co-Editor, Lateral, peer-reviewed open access journal of the Cultural Studies Association

Co-Editor, Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) Special Issue on Digital Humanities, 2020–21.


“Digital Humanities in the iSchool,” John A. Walsh, Peter J. Cobb, Wayne de Fremery, Koraljka Golub, Humphrey Keah, Jeonghyun Kim, Joseph Kiplang'at, Ying-Hsang Liu, Simon Mahony, Sam G. Oh, Chris Alen Sula, Ted Underwood, and Xiaoguang Wang. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2021).

“The Early History of Digital Humanities: An Analysis of Computers and the Humanities (1966–2004) and Literary and Linguistic Computing (1986–2004)” with Heather V. Hill. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (2019).

“Visualizing Identities in LIS Literature” with S. E. Hackney, Dinah Handel, Bianca Hezekiah, Jessica Hochman, and Amy Lau. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 59(1–2) (2018).

“Digital Humanities” in Sage Encyclopedia of the Internet, 3rd edition, ed. Barney Warf (2018).

“A Survey of Digital Humanities Programs” with S. E. Hackney and Philip Cunningham. Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 11 (2017).

“Research Ethics in an Age of Big Data.” Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology 42(2) (2016): 17–21.

“Citations, Contexts, and Humanistic Discourse: Toward Automatic Extraction and Classification” with Matthew Miller. Literary and Linguistic Computing 29(3) (2014): 452–464.

“Digital Humanities and Libraries: A Conceptual Model.” Journal of Library Administration 53(1) (2013): 10–26.

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