Scott Dexter

Professor of Computer and Information Science
Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center
City University of New York

sdexter @t sci .dot. brooklyn .dot. cuny .dot. edu
718.951.5000 x2048
0113 N (basement of Old Ingersoll)

Fall 2015 office hours
At Brooklyn College: T 11am–12pm, Th 5.30–6.30; & by appointment
At the Graduate Center: Th 1–2pm

Current Teaching

CISC 3120: Design & Implementation of Software Applications I
Computational Problems in the Digital Humanities

Publications

Official College Profile
Curriculum Vitae (August 2015)

Current Projects

The American Android

Supported by fellowships from the Brooklyn College Wolfe Institute for the Humanities and the PSC-CUNY Fellowship (i.e. sabbatical) program.

Recent Presentations: Book manuscript in progress.

The Diary of Harry Watkins

A digital transcription of the 1200-page diary of a 19th century actor. I serve as Director of Technology, writing custom code for the Drupal-powered site, consulting on TEI usage, and writing XSLT to support transcription, proofreading, and publication.

Books

Decoding Liberation: The Promise of Free and Open Source Software

Introduction to Programming Using Java: An Object-Oriented Approach (2nd Edition)