Sandy Baldwin is Associate Professor of English and contributing faculty for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences. He teaches in the DHSS introductory sequence, as well as offering DHSS electives in digital writing and comparative media.
He teaches courses in electronic literature, digital writing, and new media studies. He previously directed the Center for Literary Computing at West Virginia University, and has also served as a Fulbright Professor in Media Studies in Austria and as a visiting Professor of Hypermedia at the University of Paris. His most recent book, The Internet Unconscious (Bloomsbury 2014), won the 2015 N. Katherine Hayles award for the top scholarly work on electronic literature. He is the editor of seven books of essays and author of several works of "codework" poetry. His collaborative literary interventions in video games/virtual worlds have been shown all over the world, including in the Pompidou Museum, the Tate Modern, and in the Lollapalooza festival. He is the Managing Editor of electronic book review, one of the oldest all online peer reviewed journals of criticism, and editor in chief of Computing Literature, the only academic book series on digital literature. He is currently Vice President of the Electronic Literature Organization and coordinates the ELO’s Consortium for Electronic Literature.
Sandy Baldwin Projects