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Jan 1, 2020

Faculty Notes for December 2019

CHRIS ANSON With Gwendolynne Reid, Chris Anson published “Public- and Expert-Facing Communication: A Case Study of Internet-Mediated Citizen Science” in Science Communication on the Internet: Old Genres Meet New Genres, eds. Carmen Pérez-Llantada and María José Luzón (Amsterdam: John Benjamins). Anson’s article with Ian […]

Dec 1, 2019

Graduate Student Notes for November 2019

Lewis Crawford (MFA) read poetry at So and So Books in Raleigh on November 16. Kelsey Virginia Downs Dufresne (MA Literature) co-presented her paper “21st Century Teaching: Bringing a Publishing Curriculum to Your Classroom” at the 2019 National Council of Teachers […]

Dec 1, 2019

Faculty Notes for November 2019

CHRIS ANSON On November 7, Chris Anson discussed “The Practice and Ethics of Text Recycling” as part of our departmental Speakers Series. HELEN BURGESS Helen Burgess’s essay “Introduction: Critical Making and Executable Kits,” co-written with Roger Whitson, appears in issue […]

Oct 2, 2019

Faculty Notes for September 2019

CHRIS ANSON With Cary Moskovitz, Michael Pemberton, and Susanne Hall, Chris Anson published “North American Journal Editors’ Views on Text Recycling: An Interview-Based Study” in Learned Publishing, 32:4 (2019). On September 6, Anson presented “Text Recycling in STEM Disciplines: Results from […]

Sep 1, 2019

Graduate Student News for July/August 2019

Alex Pickens’s essay “The Do’s and Don’ts of Trail Running in the Mountains” won Appalachia journal’s 2019 Waterman Fund Essay Contest.

Sep 1, 2019

Faculty News for July/August 2019

CHRIS ANSON Chris Anson gave the opening keynote address, “Technological Gains and Losses: A Heuristic Approach to Analyzing Affordances for Classroom Instruction and Support for Writing,” at the 10th Conference of the European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing […]

Jul 1, 2019

Faculty News for May & June 2019

BELLE BOGGS Belle Boggs published “Birth Is Not the Finish Line” the Atlantic. On June 3, she presented on a panel with Kathryn Davis and Jessica Francis Kane at the Center for Fiction in New York. She was interviewed about The […]

Jul 1, 2019

Graduate Student News for May & June 2019

Kelsey Virginia Downs Dufresne participated in the International Whitman Week, held in New York City in late May. Esther Kentish presented “Bridging the Gap: The Dichotomy between Neuropsychology and Data Visualization” at the Oxford Neuroscience Symposium, held on March 20. […]

May 1, 2019

Graduate Student Notes for April 2019

Threa Almontaser has a poem in The Adroit Journal, and her work appears in the 2018 Best of the Net anthology. Her work will be included in the Tales From Many Muslim Worlds anthology (Penguin Press) and the next Nimrod […]

May 1, 2019

Faculty Notes for April 2019

  BELLE BOGGS Belle Boggs’s novel, The Gulf, received starred reviews from Booklist and Shelf Awareness, as well as reviews in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Ploughshares, and BOMB. The Gulf was also listed as a “hot debut, humor” in Entertainment Weekly. Boggs was interviewed on WUNC’s […]