Congratulations to Jacquelyne and Christopher – we look forward to working with you and seeing your development in the Digital Humanities this year!
Jacquelyne Thoni Howard
Jacquelyne is currently earning credits at Fordham University, towards a Ph.D. in Modern History. Jacquelyne’s research interests include social and gender aspects of the North American Frontier, specifically pertaining to the Colonial Gulf South. She also works as an instructional technologist in higher education, administrating the development and implementation of online and hybrid courses in a learning management system. She holds a Masters of Arts in History from University of San Diego and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Loyola University New Orleans.
Christopher is a Ph.D. student in the History Department at Fordham University, where he studies the aristocracy of the Latin East in the
twelfth and thirteenth centuries. He is interested in the potential of digital media to foster interdisciplinary scholarship and digital tools to organize historical data in previously unconsidered ways.