MIT Hyperstudio


HyperStudio explores the potential of new media technologies for the enhancement of education and research in the humanities. Their work focuses on the integration of technology into humanities curricula within the broader context of scholarly inquiry and pedagogical practice.


  • Wrote successful proposals for and attended many top digital humanities conferences, including HASTAC, DH 2013, and the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science.
  • Helped craft the syllabus, reading list, potential media projects, and lesson plans for MIT’s first official course in the Digital Humanities. Acted as teaching assistant for the course.
  • Worked with designers, programmers, and historians to brainstorm potential data visualizations for the Comedie Francaise Registers Project, a digital archive of 400 years worth of theatrical ticket sales.


Annotation Studio, The Comedie Francaise Registers Project