David Golumbia teaches in the English Department and the Media, Art, and Text PhD program at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is the author of The Cultural Logic of Computation (Harvard University Press, 2009) and many articles on digital culture, language, and literary studies and theory. He maintains the digital studies blog http://uncomputing.org and edits The b2 Review “Digital Studies” section (http://boundary2.org/category/the-b2-review/digital-studies/) for the boundary 2 editorial collective. His The Politics of Bitcoin: Software as Right-Wing Extremism is forthcoming in 2016 from the University of Minnesota Press, and he is currently working on a book titled Cyberlibertarianism: The False Promise of Digital Freedom. From 2003-2010 he taught as a specialist in Digital Humanities in the Media Studies program and the Department of English at the University of Virginia.
Neoliberal Tools (and Archives): A Political History of Digital Humanities
Daniel Allington, Sarah Brouillete, and David Golumbia explain how Digital Humanities plays a lead role in the corporatist restructuring of the humanities....