Anna Reser, Editor-in-Chief Anna has a BFA in studio art, an MA in history of science, and is currently pursuing a PhD and writing a dissertation about design culture and the built environment in the American space program.  She is a painter, sculptor, and printmaker with a focus on the aesthetics of technology and information.

Anna Reser, Editor-in-Chief

Anna has a BFA in studio art, an MA in history of science, and is currently pursuing a PhD and writing a dissertation about design culture and the built environment in the American space program.  She is a painter, sculptor, and printmaker with a focus on the aesthetics of technology and information.

Leila A. McNeill, Editor-in-Chief Leila is an independent researcher and freelance writer with a focus on women and gender in history and science. She holds an MA in Literary Studies and an MA in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine

Leila A. McNeill, Editor-in-Chief

Leila is an independent researcher and freelance writer with a focus on women and gender in history and science. She holds an MA in Literary Studies and an MA in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine

Joy L. Rankin, Contributing Editor Joy is an Assistant Professor of the History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Science at Michigan State University, holding appointments at Lyman Briggs College and James Madison College. Her current book A People’s History of Computing is under contract with Harvard University Press. 

Joy L. Rankin, Contributing Editor

Joy is an Assistant Professor of the History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Science at Michigan State University, holding appointments at Lyman Briggs College and James Madison College. Her current book A People’s History of Computing is under contract with Harvard University Press. 

Kathleen Sheppard, Contributing Editor Kate is a historian of science focusing on the history of British archaeology and women in science. She received her PhD in the History of Science from the University of Oklahoma. Her first book is a biography of Egyptologist Margaret Alice Murray. Her most recent project is an edited volume of correspondence between James Breasted and Caroline Ransom Williams

Kathleen Sheppard, Contributing Editor

Kate is a historian of science focusing on the history of British archaeology and women in science. She received her PhD in the History of Science from the University of Oklahoma. Her first book is a biography of Egyptologist Margaret Alice Murray. Her most recent project is an edited volume of correspondence between James Breasted and Caroline Ransom Williams

Nathan Kapoor, Managing Editor Nathan received a MA in the History of Science from the University of Oklahoma. His work looks at the history of electrification, technology and empire, engineering ethics, and women and gender studies.  His dissertation research covers the development of electrical infrastructure in the British empire as a tool of statecraft and imperialism.  

Nathan Kapoor, Managing Editor

Nathan received a MA in the History of Science from the University of Oklahoma. His work looks at the history of electrification, technology and empire, engineering ethics, and women and gender studies.  His dissertation research covers the development of electrical infrastructure in the British empire as a tool of statecraft and imperialism.  

Jaime Tillotson, Grant Writer  Jaime received a Bachelors Degree in Studio Art and Arts Management from the University of New Mexico. Jaime works to find and secure funding opportunities for various arts collectives. Her studio practice focuses on second-hand consumerism as an art-curatorial action, souvenir aesthetic, and the artist's hand within seemingly mass-produced editions.   

Jaime Tillotson, Grant Writer

 Jaime received a Bachelors Degree in Studio Art and Arts Management from the University of New Mexico. Jaime works to find and secure funding opportunities for various arts collectives. Her studio practice focuses on second-hand consumerism as an art-curatorial action, souvenir aesthetic, and the artist's hand within seemingly mass-produced editions.