Nabil Kashyap is a librarian plus he writes, talks, teaches, and puts things on the web.

2020

2019

Home Like, Neighboring Systems. (essay chapbook).

2018

2017

2016

2014

“Exploded View,” Mirrors, Marks and Loops, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia. Collaboration with Matthew Suib and Nadia Hironaka.

2010

“Blue in the Face” in Cold Flashes: Literary Snapshots of Alaska, University of Alaska Press. (flash essay).

2008

“In Defense of Swimming,” Seneca Review 38.2. (essay).

“So Far the Grass,” Versal 6. (poem).

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Full Stop Podcast. Interview.

2020

“Working at the Intersection: Digital Humanities Pedagogy, Social Justice, and Librarianship,” Digital Humanities, Ottawa (event moved to virtual). With Pamella Lach, Megan Martinsen, Amanda Visconti, Brandon Walsh, R.C. Meissler, and Heather Froehlich.

“DH in the Classroom Podcast,” Digital Resources & Methods Lab, Price Lab, University of Pennsylvania (in lieu of canceled weeklong workshop). With Roberto Vargas.

2019

“Doing DH at Small Liberal Arts Colleges,” Association for Computers and the Humanities, Pittsburgh.

2018

“Shaping the (Co-)Curriculum: Adventures in Student Programs,” Digital Library Federation, Las Vegas.

2017

Contemporary Asian American Literature, Ursinus College. Guest speaker.

“Preserving the Spark: Challenges in Archiving Activist Movements”, Society of American Archivists, Portland. With Jarrett Drake, Michael Lotstein, Stephanie Bennett, and Lae’l Hughes-Watkins.

“Collaborative Jekyll”, Keystone DH, Science History Institute. Workshop with Roberto Vargas.

2016

“Mediating Native Languages: The Navajo Verb Generator Project”, Keystone DH, University of Pittsburgh.

“Correcting the Narrative: Reconsidering the black student protest movement through active documents and documentary activism”, Digital Blackness, Rutgers University.

“Jekyll for Librarians,” Digital Library Federation, Milwaukee. With Roberto Vargas.

2015

“Epistemology of Topic Modeling”, Society for Social Studies of Science, Denver.

“Swarthmore Projects for Educational Exploration and Development (SPEED): Promoting Public Scholarship in the Liberal Arts”, Bucknell University Digital Scholarship Conference.

“Black Liberation 1969: A Case Study in Risky DH and Activist Histories”, Keystone DH, University of Pennsylvania.

2014

“Opening Library Data”, Library Company. Workshop with Laurie Allen, Doreva Belfiore, and Delphine Khanna.

“Digital Scholarship Panel”. ACRL/Delaware Valley Chapter, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. With Laurie Allen, Monica Mercado, and Matt Shoemaker.

“Introduction to Cultural Heritage APIs”, THATCamp Philly, Science History Institute. Workshop.

2012

“Digital Curation Profile and Educational Needs”, Digital Curation Profiles Symposium, Purdue University.

2019

Lib/Lab Fellows. Undergraduate fellows program, 2016-present

Co-instructor / Swarthmore College with Nathalie Anderson.

  • The Poetry Project: Research and Development

“DH in the Classroom,” Digital Resources & Methods Lab, Price Lab, University of Pennsylvania. Training with Katie Rawson and Roberto Vargas.

2013

Graduate Student Instructor / School of Information, University of Michigan with Finn Brunton.

  • Introduction to Information Studies

2012

Graduate Student Instructor / Slavic Languages & Literatures, University of Michigan with Herbert Eagle.

  • Russian and Ukrainian Cinema
  • Polish Cinema

2008

Adjunct Professor / English Department, University of Montana.

  • College Writing
  • Argument and Rhetoric
  • Poetry Workshop

2019

Ulises Books. Website for art book store and event series, 2017-.

md => pdf. Because LaTeX sux.

2018

Creative Speculations for Philadelphia, Monument Lab. Pew-funded public art interactive exhibit/documentation.

How Are We Free?, LifeLines: Voices Against the Other Death Penalty. Activist art & incarceration project digital exhibit.

Friends, Peace, & Sanctuary, Swarthmore College. Pew-funded public art project website.

2014

Black Liberation Archive 1969. Public history project with Allison Dorsey.