AboutI graduated from Kenyon College in 2009, earned a master’s degree from the University of Alabama (2014), and a Ph.D. in art history from the University of Virginia (2020). I have over six years of experience as a digital humanist in multiple modes, including work as a digital humanities project developer (2016–22), a digital pedagogy specialist (2020–21), a lecturer and professor of art history (2013–14; 2016; 2017, 2020–23; including eight online classes), and a Digital Scholarship/ Digital Humanities Specialist (2023–).
I have also been a part-time college tennis coach (Kenyon College, Division III, 2020–21; Lafayette College, Division I, 2022–23) and taught art history as a lecturer and professor at Muhlenberg College, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Carroll University, the University of Virginia, the University of Alabama, and J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College. Past courses include Survey of Art I and II, The Early Renaissance in Italy, The High Renaissance in Italy, Modern Art, and Contemporary Art.
At the University of Virginia I was a member of the Praxis digital humanities program in the Scholars’ Lab, the Public Humanities Lab, the Institute for Public History, and served as a co-coordinator of the Interdisciplinary Medieval Colloquium. I was one of the first candidates to receive UVA’s Graduate Certificate in the Digital Humanities (2020) and spent one year as a Digital Pedagogy Specialist with a Learning Design & Technology team at UVA at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
You can find a portfolio of digital humanities projects I’ve undertaken with collaborators at justingreenlee.net.
teaching; research; writing
use of digital scholarship tools
leadership of teacher trainings; mentorship; team building
project management; event planning
collaboration; community engagement
public speaking; presentation of information
content knowledge of the arts, history, and the humanities
EducationBA, Art History & English, Kenyon College, 2009
MA, Art History, University of Alabama, 2014
Ph.D., Art History, University of Virginia, 2020
Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities, University of Virginia, 2020
PublicationsJordan Buysse, Alicia Caticha, Alyssa Collins, Justin Greenlee, Sarah McEleney, and Joseph Thompson, “DASH-Amerikan: Keeping up with the Social Media Ecologies of the Kardashians,” American Quarterly 70, no. 3 (September 2018): 609–11.
Justin Greenlee, “Quod vocatur Paradiso: The Pigna and the Atrium of Old St. Peter’s,” Athanor 32 (2014): 7–15.