Nov. 12: "Assignments and Architecture" with Brian Croxall

 

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The English Department presents:

"Assignments and Architecture"

A talk by Brian Croxall about private reading, public buildings, and digital pedagogy

Tuesday, November 12th - 5 pm

Rose Hill Campus, Duane Library, Room 351

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Brian Croxall is Digital Humanities Strategist in the Robert W. Woodruff Library and Lecturer of English at Emory University, where he is helping to establish the new, Mellon Foundation-sponsored Digital Scholarship Commons (DiSC).  Croxall teaches an undergraduate “Introduction to Digital Humanities” course as well as modern and contemporary American literature, media studies, digital culture, and war fiction. He also contributes to the group blog ProfHacker on the Chronicle of Higher Education web site.

Sponsored by the English Department, with generous support from the FCRH Dean’s office’s initiative on innovative pedagogy, Fordham IT--Instructional Technology Academic Computing, the Center for Teaching Excellence, the Graduate Student Digital Humanities Group, the Digital Humanities Working Group, the History Department, the Theology Department, and the American Studies Program.