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Digital Humanities


Debra Anderson, Assistant Director, Archives and Area Research Center. Knowledge and expertise on subject areas identified based on archival collections, documents, images and other resources on variety of subject matter
(920) 465-2539. andersod@uwgb.edu.

Instructional Technology:

Kate Farley, Instructional Technologist. Managing Digital Identity; Web Literacy; ePortfolios; Integrating Technology into Instruction
(920) 465-2859. farleyk@uwgb.edu.

Digital Humanities:

Caroline Boswell, Associate Professor of History and Humanistic Studies. British History, Culture and Politics; Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
(920) 465-2409. boswellc@uwgb.edu.

Rebecca Nesvet, Assistant Professor of English and Humanistic Studies. British Literature and Culture; Horror, Gothic, Penny Dreadfuls, Frankenstein
(920) 465-2617. nesvetr@uwgb.edu.

Charles Rybak, Dean of College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Literature; Fiction; Poetry; Digital Pedagogy
(920) 465-2158. rybakc@uwgb.edu.

Christine Style, Professor of Art & Design. Art—printmaking (Intaglio, Relief, Lithography, Screen Printing, Monotypes); Drawing; Design; History of Printmaking; Artist Books
(920) 465-2294. stylec@uwgb.edu.