James A. Hodges is a PhD candidate at the Rutgers University School of Communication & Information. In his research, James uses digital forensics to investigate the material history of countercultural computing.

He currently teaches courses in the Master of Information (MI) and Digital Communication, Information, and Media (DCIM) programs at Rutgers.

Before starting doctoral studies, James edited books, taught media skills, earned two degrees from NYU, and worked for a variety of startups. For fun, he runs a small cassette label and publishing imprint. He also tweets @jameshodges_.

More information is available on the research, multimedia, and writing pages. View or download a full CV here.