Dennis Y. Tenen is a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and a member of the research team at Harvard's metaLab. His scholarly work focuses primarily on the intellectual history of the information age: the emergence of digital culture, software studies, and the impact of new media on the ways in which we read, write, think, construct social identities, find (and lose) things, aggregate knowledge, and create cultural capital.
Currently, he is working on a book on the poetics of human-computer interaction, and has plans to develop an applied research program in experimental criticism, with an emphasis on data mining, text visualization, and content analysis.
Dennis is a former software engineer and a recent Ph.D. graduate of Harvard's Department of Comparative Literature. In September of 2012, he is joining the faculty of the English Department at Columbia University as an Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities and New Media. More at: d3nten.com
Last updated August 22, 2012