This is a dump site for all my blog posts. I contribute to http://digitalhistoryblog.wordpress.com/ and have in class blogs for my Doing the Digital Humanities class at Northeastern University with Ryan Cordell. Also (Fall 2013), I post to http://benschmidt.org/dighist13/ for Ben Schmidt’s Introduction to Digital History course at Northeastern.
Dave DeCamp (decampda) is currently Ph.D. student in World History at Northeastern. He was formally a graduate assistant for the Our Marathon: The Boston Bombing Digital Archive at Northeastern University. He is currently working as a Graduate Assistant for Northeastern’s Digital Scholarship Group focusing on learning, documenting, and teaching platforms for digital projects and publishing such as Open Journal Systems, Omeka, and WordPress. His research interests are in the history of the London Underground with a particular focus on how depictions and descriptions of the Tube transformed perceptions of urban space.