Mauro Carassai teaches courses in Digital Humanities, literary theory, and American studies at California State University Northridge. He was a Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow at Georgia Institute of Technology in 2014-15 and a visiting Fulbright at Brown University in 2007-2008. His research combines literary theory, philosophy of language, and digital literatures within the larger frame of American literatures and American studies. His scholarly work has been published in journals such as Culture Machine, LEA Almanac, DHQ, and ADA – A Journal of Gender Media and Technology. He co-edited a double issue for the Digital Humanities Quarterly titled “Futures of Digital Studies” and he is currently at work on a manuscript exploring problems and perspectives in configuring an Ordinary Digital Philosophy.
- Ph.D. 2014, University of Florida
- M.A. 2007, University of Leeds
- B.A. 2005, Universita degli Studi di Macerata
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