Michael Fox

Teaching Assistant Professor, UNC School of Information and Library Science
Manning Hall

Faculty Expertise:

Information Science: digital humanities, philosophy and ethics of AI, natural language processing; English: Aestheticism and aesthetics, literary history, history of literary criticism, poetics, textual studies

BS (Computer Science), University of Virginia
MA (English), University of Virginia
PhD (English), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Michael Fox is a Teaching Assistant Professor at the UNC School of Information and Library Science, and an Assistant Editor of the William Blake Archive. Previously, he taught for the Digital Studies of Language, Culture, and History program at the University of Chicago, and served as its Academic Director. His background includes a Ph.D. and M.A. in English, a B.S. in Computer Science (with a minor in Applied Math), and several years of experience as a research computing consultant.

Awards and Recognition:
The Association for Documentary Editing (ADE) 2017 Featured Project—The Redesign of the William Blake Archive, 2017 (This distinction was given to the Blake Archive as a whole.)

Courses Recently Taught:
Introduction to Digital Humanities
Philosophy and Ethics of AI (now called The Idea of AI)
Applications of Natural Language Processing

Selected Publications: