The Anthropocene has long been discussed in terms of hard science. What do the humanities have to teach about this human age?
James Lee is the director of the Digital Scholarship Center at the University of Cincinnati, where he is an associate professor of digital humanities. His research and teaching focus on the areas of digital humanities; machine learning and text-mining techniques on historical archives; social-network analysis; and data visualization. More recently, his research has involved collaborations applying digital-humanities methods with partners in biomedical informatics, law, design, and archeology. His work has been generously supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.