Jason Paul

About Jason

Jason is Research/Instruction and Emerging Technologies Librarian at St. Olaf College, where he is also a member of the Digital Humanities Team. Prior to becoming a librarian, he was a PhD student in the Department of Cinema & Media Studies at the University of Chicago. With Sarah Keller, he is the coeditor of Jean Epstein: Critical Essays and New Translations (Amsterdam University Press, 2012).

 

Areas of interest and expertise

  • Digital humanities
  • Open access and scholarly communication
  • Citation networks and quantitative approaches to bibliographic analysis
  • Film studies, especially
    • international silent cinema
    • avant-garde cinema
    • the history of film style
    • the relationship between film and the other arts

 

Liaison to

  • Economics
  • Education
  • Exercise Science
  • Film Studies
  • Media Studies
  • Nursing
  • Political Science
  • Sociology/Anthropology

 

I can help you

  • track down hard-to-find data and statistics
  • master the suite of core Google applications (Drive, Calendar, Groups)
  • use advanced Google applications (Fusion Tables)
  • implement and manage digital humanities projects
  • organize and manage your digital files
  • create a data management plan (for grants, research, and large projects)
  • with questions about open access, scholarly publishing, and archiving your publications

 

Education

  • MLIS, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2012)
  • MA, Cinema & Media Studies, University of Chicago (2010)
  • MA, Film Studies, Emory University (2003)
  • BA, English, Emory University (1998)

Contact

Jason Paul

 

 


pauljn@stolaf.edu
507-786-3307
Rolvaag Library 305