through present Postdoctoral Fellow, Data & Society Research Institute.
May 2016 through
August 2016 Ph.D. Research Intern, Microsoft Research New England.
2016 Jack, C. (2016). Meaning and persuasion: The personal computer and economic education. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing 38:3, 6-9.
2015 Jack, C. Fun and facts about American business: Economic education and business propaganda in an early Cold War cartoon series. Enterprise & Society 16:3, 1-30.
2014 Jack, C. & Steinhardt, S. B. Atomic Anxiety and the Tooth Fairy: Citizen Science in the Midcentury Midwest. The Appendix 2:4.
2016 Jack, C. Performing the Sharing Economy: Of Apples, Oranges, and Peers. Social Media Collective Intern Lecture Series, Microsoft Research New England, Cambridge, MA, August 15.
2016 Jack, C. How Facts Survive in Public Service Media. Comparative Media Studies/Writing Colloquium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, February 18.
2013 Jack, C. Discourses of Internet Freedom. Selected Papers of Internet Research, 3: http://spir.aoir.org/index.php/spir/article/view/788.
2015 Jack, C. Imaginative Hedonism and the Pleasures of Economic Literacy Media. Presentation to the Society for Social Studies of Science, Denver, CO, November 12.
2015 Jack, C. (presenter and panel co-organizer). Empathy for the C-Suite: Simulation games and capitalist subjectivity in the American 1960s-1980s. Presentation to the Society for the History of Technology, Albuquerque, NM, October 10.
2015 Jack, C. Management simulation and transformative experience: The case of Junior Achievement’s Applied Economics. Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference, Miami, FL, June 25.
2015 Jack, C. (Panel chair and co-organizer). Filling the frontier void: The visual rhetoric of the personal computer in Applied Economics, 1981-1988. Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 25.
2014 Jack, C. Sponsored film, “subtle salesmanship:” Audience responses to John Sutherland Productions' economic education cartoons in the United States, 1947-1962. Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, Seattle, WA, May 25.
2014 Jack, C. Sponsored film and subtle salesmanship: The creation of John Sutherland Productions' cartoon films for economic education. Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, March 14.
2013 Liao, T., & Jack, C. Historical perspectives on computing technology in contemporary debates about augmented reality. Presentation to the Society for the History of Technology, Portland, ME, Oct. 12.
2013 Jack, C. Discourses of internet freedom. Presentation to the Association of Internet Researchers, Denver, CO, Oct. 25.
2012 Jack, C. Finance and the technological foundation narrative:
A case study of Cold War industrial propaganda. Presentation to the Society for the History of Technology, Copenhagen, Denmark, October 5.
2011 Jack, C. Make Mine Freedom: sponsored film, public opinion and forgotten history. Presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association in Boston, May 30.
2009 Jack, C. “The market is better off without the public”: the stock ticker and stock market participation in the textual discourse of the financial community, 1867-1917. Presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association in Singapore, June 21, 2010.
2015-2016 Exchange Scholar, Comparative Media Studies/Writing,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
2015-2016 Visiting Student, Microsoft Research New England-Social Media Collective.
Fall 2012 Teaching Assistant, Cases in Communication (Comm 1101).
Spring 2012 Teaching Assistant and Guest Lecturer, New Media and Society (Comm/Info 3200).
Fall 2011 Teaching Assistant, Media Communication (Comm 2200).
Department of Communication, Saint Louis University. St. Louis, MO.
Spring 2010 Guest lecturer, Public Speaking (CMM 120): The Research Process for Informative Speeches.
Summer 2009 Guest lecturer and discussion facilitator, Communicating Across Racial Divisions (CMM 432): Cultural Hegemony.
Conferences and Journals
2014-2016 Graduate Student Representative, International Communication Association, Communication History Division.
2014-present Graduate Student Advisory Board Member, Social Media and Society.
2011-present Reviewer, International Communication Association, Communication History Division.
2015 Reviewer, Association of Internet Researchers.
Since 2009 International Communication Association
Since 2013 Association of Internet Researchers
Since 2012 Society for the History of Technology
Since 2011 Business History Conference
Alpha Sigma Nu (Saint Louis University Chapter).
Beta Gamma Sigma (Saint Louis University Chapter).