Dr. Jason Parry
Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow
Before joining Purdue University as a Post-doctoral Teaching Fellow, Jason Parry received his Ph.D. from the Department of Comparative Literature at Binghamton University. His current book project is a study of the role of digital technologies in the reconstruction of human rights abuses. He has additional research interests in theories of sustainable design and the geopolitics of machine sensing. Most recently, his writing has appeared in the journal SubStance and will feature in an upcoming issue of the journal diacritics dedicated to the concept of "Terraforming." In his teaching, Jason strives to instill in students an expansive intellectual curiosity capable of meeting the global and systemic challenges that will define this century. He is also proud to be the Faculty Honors Preceptor for Titanium House. If he isn’t teaching or writing, chances are Jason is backpacking somewhere, watching soccer, or playing punk rock music.