Adeline Koh is Associate Professor of Postcolonial Literature at Stockton University. She works on the intersections of postcolonial studies, digital humanities, and literature. She is the Director of the Center for Digital Humanities at Stockton, and is the designer of Trading Races, a historical role-playing game designed to teach race consciousness.
She is also co-founder of Postcolonial Digital Humanities, a collaborative website producing a new orientation for postcolonial analysis in the digital age. She has held fellowships in the Duke University Humanities Writ Large program, the National University of Singapore and will be a Regional Faculty fellow under the Penn Humanities Fellowship Program in 2015-2016.
In addition to numerous journal articles, she is a core contributor to the ProfHacker column at the Chronicle for Higher Education. Her book Critical Histories of the Digital Humanities: Media, Science, Pedagogy is currently under contract with Northwestern University Press.