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Hi there, my name is Christopher Morse.

I am a doctoral candidate at the University of Luxembourg’s Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) and the Human-Computer Interaction Research Group.

I explore the psychology of interaction at the intersection of technology and art. How can we design technology-mediated experiences that connect us more deeply to our shared cultural heritage, and what can this teach us about the way we learn and the way we create?

Education

2017—present / Ph.D. Psychology (Université du Luxembourg)

2015 / M.L.A. Digital Media & Instructional Design (Harvard University)

2009 / M.T.S. Religion, Literature & Culture (Harvard University)

2007 / B.A. Japanese Language & Literature (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

2006 / Japanese Studies summer program (Interational Christian University / 国際基督教大学)

2004-2005 / Japanese Studies academic year program (Kwansei Gakuin Daigaku / 関西学院大学)

Languages

English (native)

French (C1)

Japanese (C2)