Christopher is an artist, linguist, and technologist with a passion for language and all things antiquarian. His background in the humanities (B.A. Japanese, M.A. Religious Studies) compliments his more recent work in computer science (M.A. Digital Media & Instructional Design), and informs his approach to research computing and digital humanities initiatives at Harvard. His primary areas of interest are in the interplay of art and technology, data visualization, computational linguistics, and graph databases. He supports DARTH as a consultant and developer for digital humanities projects, and as an instructor for digital research technologies. In addition to Japanese, Christopher also studies Chinese, French, German, Latin, Greek, Spanish, and Old English. You can follow him on Twitter at @christophrmorse and say hello in any language!
Former Senior Humanities Research Computing Specialist :: Arts and Humanities Research Computing (DARTH)