Steven G. Anderson


steve andersonWelcome to my website! I’m a Ph.D. candidate in History at the University of California, Riverside. My primary research field is 20th Century United States history with a focus on digital culture in the postwar era. I also work in Digital Humanities, Public History, and Latin American history.

UC Riverside email:
sande010@ucr.edu

University of La Verne email:
sanderson2@laverne.edu

Twitter: @sgahistory
Github: https://github.com/sgahm
Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/sgahm

I’m currently writing my dissertation, “The Digital Imaginary: Mainframe Computers from the Corporate Basement to the Silver Screen, 1946-1968.” I have a companion website for my dissertation at http://imaginary.digital

My focus within the broad spectrum of Digital Humanities is on digital history and pedagogy, public history, web development, and physical computing. My secondary research field is Colonial Latin America, and I teach both United States and Latin American history as an adjunct instructor at the University of La Verne.