Office: MHRA 3320
PhD: University of Florida
MA: University of Akron
BA: The Ohio State University
Beveridge’s research combines humanities and data science methods to study networked writing and the circulation of digital artifacts. With a focus on text mining and natural language processing, his work contributes to the ongoing expansion of data-driven methods in rhetoric and writing studies. Beveridge’s research interests also include cultural analytics, the rhetoric of science, maker culture, and technical communication.
“Circulation Analytics: Research Software Development and Social Network Data.” Circulation, Rhetoric, and Writing. Eds. Collin Gifford Brooke and Laurie E. Gries. Utah State University Press. Spring 2018. https://www.amazon.com/Circulation-Writing-Rhetoric-Laurie-Gries/dp/160732671X
“The Markdown Movement: Writing’s Influence on Markup.” Kairos. Spring 2018. http://praxis.technorhetoric.net/tiki-index.php?page=PraxisWiki:_:markdown
“Writing through Big Data: New Challenges and Possibilities for Data-Driven Arguments.” Composition Forum. Fall 2017. http://compositionforum.com/issue/37/big-data.php
“MassMine Advancement Grant for Sustainable Humanities Data-Driven Research.” National Endowment for the Humanities. September 2019. Amount Funded: $324,865.00. Role: PI.
“MassMine: Collecting and Archiving Big Data for Social Media Humanities Research.” National Endowment for the Humanities. May 2015. Amount funded: $60,000.00. Role: Project Director.