Wayne Graham, MA Head, Research and Development, Department of Research & Scholarship, University of Virginia Library (http://www.scholarslab.org) PO Box 400113 Alderman Library University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA 22904-4113 phone: 434.924.6265 email: [email protected]
- MA in Colonial History dissertation title: For Generations: Wills, Inventories, and Wealth in Colonial Virginia College of William and Mary (awarded May 2001).
- BA in History honors thesis: Intergenerational Testation Practices in Late 18th Century Timber Ridge Virginia Military Institute (degree with honors and distinction awarded May 1999)
- “Facebook Athenaeum: A Guide to Implementing Facebook Athenaeum”, The Code4Lib Journal (December 2008).
- Facebook API Developer’s Guide, APress FirstPress, (March 2008).
- “Public Key Encryption: Making Strong Encryption Nearly Painless,” ColdFusion Developer’s Journal (September 2004). Available online at (http://coldfusion.sys-con.com/node/46359).
- Roundtable Panel: “Digital Texts and the Spatial Turn”, with Edward Whitley (Lehigh), Elizabeth Lorang and Kenneth M. Price (University of Nebraska), Bethany Nowviskie (University of Virginia), Matthew Wilkens (Washington University St. Louis), and Jo Guldi (Harvard University), Society for Textual Scholarship, University Park, PA, 2011.
- “GIS Infrastructure to Support Historical Map Data,” Digital Library Federation Fall Forum, Palo Alto CA, 2010.
- “A New Spatial Analysis of the Early Chesapeake Architecture,” Digital Humantities Conference, London, England (July 2010).
- “Project Blacklight and the UVa Geospatial Data Portal : Owning Your Research Infrastructure,” Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, Washington, DC (April 2010).
- “Geospatial Metadata, Search, and Discovery,” Institute for Enabling Scholarship (funded by National Endowment for the Humanities), University of Virginia (November 2009).
- “The Facebook API: Thinking About UI in a Social Way”, EdUi Conference, Charlottesville, VA 2009.
- “Bridging the Digital Divide”, Vernacular Architecture Forum, Fresno, CA, 2008.
- Scholarly Communications Institute (2009, 2010)
- Digital Humanities (2009, 2010)
- THATCamp (2009, 2010)
- AHA (2010)
Unpublished and Electronic Work
- digital humanities
- Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) (2009 – present)
- Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) (2009 – present)
- Vernacular Architecture Forum (2008 – present)
- database systems: PostgreSQL, PostGIS, MySQL, MSSQL, Oracle
- mobile: Android, iPhone
- web frameworks: Rails, Sinatra, Zend, CakePHP, Cocoon
- markup: TEI, XML/XSL, XPATH, XQUERY, HTML, CSS
- systems: all major platforms including *nix, Mac, and PC; high performance computing systems (MPICH and PBS).
- software: Scientific Visualization packages (VisIt, Paraview, VTK); Statistical and Mathematics packages (SPSS, SAS, Mathmatica, MATLAB)