Amanda Starling Gould
Gould graduated from Duke University in May of 2017 with a Ph.D. in Literature and a certificate in Information Science & Studies. Her dissertation, “Digital Environmental Metabolisms: An Ecocritical Project of the Digital Environmental Humanities” is a hybrid study exploring the intersections of media materiality, the environmental humanities, digital art, and narrative communication theory. In August of 2017, she was hired as the Project Coordinator / Digital Humanities Specialist for the Franklin Humanities Institute. She also now teaches “Green Certified” Environmental Humanities courses for the Duke Literature Department and sits on the Environment and Culture Working Group for Duke’s new Healthy Duke Initiative.
Her current teaching and research work investigates global environmental health communication, digital media, global environmental humanities, environmental justice, EcoCritical DH, sustainable humanities scholarship, embodied media(ted) experiences, and the narrative, performative, and artistic aspects of the health humanities.
See Gould's CV, teaching websites, research, digital projects, public humanities writing, and online sites at amandastarlinggould.com.