Dr. Dame-Griff teaches courses on gender, race and sexuality in the US, LGBT studies, gender and technology, digital humanities, and feminist media studies. He founded and serves as primary curator of the Queer Digital History Project
, an independent community history project cataloging and archiving pre-2010 LGBTQ spaces online. In 2022, he was selected to be a Public Humanities Fellow for Humanities Washington
, developing a series of interactive online exhibits, teaching guides, and workshops about the history of LBGTQ+ communities in online spaces.
Dr. Dame-Griff's research focuses on the relationship between technological change and political organizing. His book, The Two Revolutions: A History of the Transgender Internet (forthcoming 2023 from NYU Press) tracks how the Internet transformed transgender political organizing from the 1980s to the contemporary moment. He also does work in web history and digital humanities, archiving and preserving information about and primary documents from early LGBTQ communities.