This unconventional fall, I’m revisiting two creative writing courses I’ve frequently taught at Hartwick College, though in a hybrid face to face/online mode. The syllabi:
Here’s a video in which I talk about what it means to study creative writing at Hartwick College. Other promotional videos can be found here.
I am beginning my second year teaching English and creative writing at Hartwick College this week. Here is the syllabus for my fall class:
I am delighted to announce that I have accepted the position of Assistant Professor of English at Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York, where I will be teaching creative writing, poetry, and twentieth- and twenty-first-century United States literature and culture. I will be joining Hartwick’s English Department this fall and will be teaching three classes: Introduction to Creative Writing (ENGL 213), Reading Modern Poetry (ENGL 250), and Creative Writing: Poetry (ENGL 312). I am really excited about this new chapter in my life and career. Thanks to all those–too numerous to name–who have supported me along the way; your indefatigable encouragement has meant so much.
Hyperarchivalism and Big Data
Nathan Jurgenson, “View From Nowhere: On the Cultural Ideology of Big Data.”
Cathy O’Neil, “Who Big Data Thinks We Are (When It Thinks We’re Not Looking),” a review of Christian Rudder’s Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One’s Looking).
And Torie Rose DeGhett, “The War Photo No One Would Publish.”