[PAST EVENT] Nabeel Siddiqui, American Studies - Dissertation Defense
Nabeel Siddiqui is a doctoral candidate in American Studies and also served as a teaching and Digital Equality Lab Fellow. His research focuses broadly on the relationship between the humanities and technology, with a particular expertise on the cultural history of media, new media studies, digital humanities, information studies, and the history of science and technology. Formerly, he served as a Research Associate at the University of a Richmond's Digital Scholarship Lab and a HASTAC scholar. His dissertation entitled "Byting Out the Public: Personal Computers and the Private Sphere," looks at the historical relationship between the personal computer and the private sphere from 1966 to 1991. For the 2017-2018 academic year, he served as a Provost Dissertation Fellow.