John S. Seberger is a second-year PhD student in Informatics at the Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at University of California, Irvine. His primary research focuses on the relationship between emerging modes of knowledge expression and extant theories of authorship and archives. Additional interests include multi-modal communication, creativity, and collaboration. John's research is supervised by Geoffrey C. Bowker.
Prior to the PhD program at UC-Irvine, John earned his MLIS at University of Pittsburgh and his MSc in Research Methods in Psychology (Music Psychology) at University of Keele in Staffordshire, UK. He has a BA in psychology from Kenyon College.
John is a member of the EVOKE lab at UCI and is a graduate student researcher at the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing. AY2013-2014 is John's second year as a HASTAC fellow.