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Nicholas M. Kelly is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication, Liberal Arts, and Social Sciences. He studies the intersections of media, technology, and culture. His current research focuses on depictions of computer hackers in popular culture and the influence of science fiction on the history of computing technologies. He is also a founder of and software developer for the Program Era Project, a Digital Humanities initiative working to build an online database of information on creative writing programs, their affiliated authors, and text-mined features of those authors’ works.