Constance Crompton

Dr. Constance Crompton
Assistant Professor, Digital Humanities
Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies
The University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus
CCS 346, 1148 Research Road
Kelowna, BC V1V 1V7

T: 250.807.8428
E: constance.crompton@ubc.ca

Constance Crompton photograph

I am a digital humanist with research interests in Victorian popular and visual culture, queer history, and scholarly editing, with a special focus on modelling personhood in markup. I co-direct (with Michelle Schwartz, archivist at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives) Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada, an infrastructure pilot project of the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory at the University of Alberta. In addition to collaborations at UBC Okanagan, I serve as an assistant director of the Digital Humanities Summer Institute and a research collaborator with The Yellow Nineties Online

My work has been published in the Victorian Review, Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, and The UBC Law Review.

Research

Media & Digital Cultures
December 2012 FCCS Researcher of the Month
March 2015 FCCS Researcher of the Month 

Data modeling; Markup, Code as Representational Media; Victorian Popular Culture; Queer History; Politics of Identity

Teaching

Winter 2015 - 2016

CULT 270 001/ENGL 232   Reading Popular Culture

ENGL 305 001   The Self-Conscious Text

ENGL 306 001   The Programmed World

IGS 501J 001/ ENGL 522K   Digital Humanities


 

 

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