Jennifer J Dellner
Jennifer Dellner is Professor of English and Literature in the School of Arts and Humanities and the founding co-director of OCC’s faculty center. If all goes well, she will be offering the college’s first course in digital humanities in spring of 2017. Meanwhile, she is busy experimenting with digital pedagogies in her existing classes. In the summer of 2015, she completed the Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities at the University of Victoria, B.C. She is also the IT director and VP for Development for the Association of Interdisciplinary Studies, and consults on Interdisciplinarity. Her current research project investigates the relationship between trash and technology in Joyce’s Ulysses, and has involved the search for a lost map, the frustrations of GIS software, and a tad of Guinness here and there.