This was not the first revelation from Zinoviev. In Shakespeare’s Othello, the traitor Iago appeared most prominent on a data map created for a previous Chambers class. “At first I thought: This can’t be right,” Chambers tells the class. “But part of the racism of the play is that Othello is called many things – negative names such as ‘the Moor,’ and ‘the old black ram.’ The data map raises questions as it presents patterns.”