Brian Croxall is Assistant Research Professor of Digital Humanities Brigham Young University. In this position he imagines, designs, and manages digital scholarship projects in collaboration with faculty and students, as well as teaching courses in the Digital Humanities and Technology minor. Prior to coming to BYU, he worked at Brown University as Digital Humanities Librarian and at Emory University Libraries as Digital Humanities Strategist and Lecturer of English where he taught courses on digital humanities, media studies, and American literature. He previously taught at Clemson University.
Croxall publishes and presents regularly on digital pedagogy, the role of data in the humanities, and on alternate career pathways for PhDs. Alongside this, he recently co-edited a book on steampunk; is a cluster editor at #Alt-Academy; serves as Secretary for the international Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations; and is a writer for the group blog ProfHacker.