James A. Hodges studies the history of computing & software interfaces

His dissertation research uses digital forensics to reconstruct a history of non-verbal communication techniques in early personal computing. James teaches courses in the Master of Information (MI) program at Rutgers University, as well as the undergraduate Digital Communication, Information, and Media (DCIM) minor. Some of his other projects include web, curatorial, audio, and event production work, all oriented toward extending academic thinking into new formats and environments. James is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University.

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