My name is Jason Heppler, I am the Digital Engagement Librarian and Assistant Professor of History at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. This is my open research notebook which contains notes of my ongoing projects. You can follow my Zotero library for recent items, and I also maintain GitHub repositories for other work related to my research and scholarship.
My current main project is a book on environmental politics in Silicon Valley. The work explores the postwar growth of the suburbs of Silicon Valley and the ways that their growth not only led to ecological disaster but introduced social inequality that fueled an environmental politic that redefined liberal and conservative politics.
You can explore the notebook by following the links on the right, or selecting the Notebook above.
|Jul 25, 2017||Trump Tweets Text Analysis|
|Jul 25, 2017||2017-07-25 - Collections as Data: IMPACT|
|Jul 24, 2017||Government Documents Text Analysis|
|Jul 22, 2017||Project News|
|Jul 22, 2017||Machines in the Valley|
|Jul 22, 2017||About This Notebook|
|Jul 22, 2017||About|
|Jul 21, 2017||mozingo2011pastoral|
|Jul 21, 2017||marx1969machinegarden|
|Jul 21, 2017||leslie1996selling|
|Jul 21, 2017||johnson1993|
|Jul 21, 2017||hayes1987beauty|
|Jul 21, 2017||Reading List - Spatial History|
|Jul 21, 2017||Courses|
|Jul 21, 2017||Annexation Visualizations|
- W.F. Cody and the Wild West
- Machines in the Valley
- Mapping Midwest
- Radical Environmentalism
- Visualization in the Humanities