Jana Remy holds a Ph.D in History and is the Associate Director of Digital Scholarship at Chapman University, where she teaches the Digital Humanities. Her current research projects include “Mapping Medicine:” a tool to spatialize the relationships between southern California physicians from 1860-1900, a crowdsourced transcription effort titled Re-writing the War Letters, the building of a platform to host online Tenure & Promotion dossiers, and fostering a local hub for digital scholarly collaboration.
On her way to an “alt-ac” career path, Jana started a podcast, chaired a few academic conferences, helped raise a barn, and was praised by The New Yorker for her bright and harmonious books. An early adopter of many online tools, Jana has a blog archive stretching back fifteen years and frequently contributes to instagram, twitter,and flickr.
And, lastly but not leastly, she is a cyborg.