David A. M. Goldberg

David A. M. Goldberg is a veteran writer, teacher, programmer, and media developer. He uses a lifelong interest in art, culture, and technology to transform the means by which people access, assess, and organize knowledge. He has leveraged this experience across a wide range of academic, mediated, and commercial humanities contexts that include regular art reviews for Honolulu-based publications such as the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Flux Hawai‘i Magazine, catalog essays and artist monographs, lectures, and curriculum development. He is currently pursuing his PhD in American studies from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. His dissertation is a media archaeology of the color-line that implicates historic individual and social control systems of chattel slavery in the development of present-day crises of digital virtuality.