Agrippa Files Editorial Team

Transcriptions Project
 A Transcriptions Project


The Agrippa Files is a scholarly site created by a team of researchers participating in the Transcriptions Project on literature and information culture at the University of California, Santa Barbara, English Department. Photos of the book and scans or transcriptions of unique archival materials are used by permission of the book’s publisher, Kevin Begos, Jr.

Alan Liu

  • Project leader, General editor, site administrator/CSS co-designer
  • Professor, English Dept., Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
  • Research Interests:
    New media literature and art; information culture; British Romantic literature and art; literary and cultural theory
  • Home page
Paxton Hehmeyer

  • Co-editor, Bibliography
  • Ph.D. student, English Dept., Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
  • Research Interests:
    Early Modern English literature; transitions to print culture and the history of the book; the early English nation-state
James J. Hodge

  • Bibliographical Description of Agrippa; liaison with library and museum holders of copies of Agrippa
  • Postdoctoral Associate, English Dept., Duke University (M.A., English Dept., Univ. of California, Santa Barbara; Ph.d., Language & Literature, University of Chicago)
  • Research Interests:
    The history and theory of media from the late nineteenth century to the present, pre-cinema, and literary and cinematic modernism.
Kimberly Knight

  • Editor, Agrippa section; image editor; Flash work; video editing
  • Assistant Professor, Emerging Media and Communication Program, University of Texas at Dallas (Ph.D., English Dept., Univ. of California, Santa Barbara)
  • Research Interests:
    Media and cultural theory; digital and information culture; new media literature and art; popular culture; social media.
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David Roh

  • Original site administrator and designer, CSS co-designer; contributor to Archival Documents
  • Assistant Professor, English Dept., Old Dominion University (Ph.D., English Dept., Univ. of California, Santa Barbara)
  • Research Interests:
    New media studies, law and literature, and transnational studies.
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Elizabeth Swanstrom

  • Editor, Archival Documents; Co-editor, Bibliography
  • Assistant Professor, English Dept., Florida Atlantic University (Ph.D., Comparative Literature Dept., Univ. of California, Santa Barbara)
  • Research Interests:
    Digital culture and electronic literature. History of science. Media theory. Twentieth-century American and Latin American literature
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Matthew G. Kirschenbaum