Dave DeCamp
Digital Pedagogy Research Assistant

Dave DeCamp was a Graduate Assistant to the Digital Scholarship Group, focusing on pedagogical applications of DSG resources and facilitating the use of digital tools in the classroom. Dave is a former graduate fellow to the NULab, and in a previous position at the DSG, Dave worked on a suite of digital platforms such as WordPress, Omeka, and Open Journal Systems that facilitate digital projects, display, and publishing. was part of the CERES Exhibit Toolkit Development Team. For the past two years Dave has worked as Managing Editor for the Digital Humanities Quarterly. Dave is also a PhD candidate in the History Department at Northeastern. His dissertation, titled “The Elephant in the Room: Empire, Animals, and Popular Culture in Interwar London,” investigates animal imagery, popular culture, and the domestic effects of empire in interwar London.