College of Arts and Sciences

Department of English

Spotlight on English Department Faculty

March

Scholarship & Creative Activity

“The Current” 3/2/2015

Roger Whitson presented both “A Media Archaeology of Circuits” and “Steampunk Recursions and Computational Retrofutures in Bioshock Infinite” at the 2015 MLA Conference in Vancouver WA, January 9-11, 2015. He was also interviewed by Tim Muma for the podcast “Classroom to Boardroom” on digital humanities and careers. 

Michael Delahoyde, envious of his audience, was an invited speaker concerning the Shakespeare authorship question at Pullman City Hall's Senior Center to the WSU Retirees Association.

On February 13, 2015, Bill Condon delivered an invited lecture at Rice University’s Center for Teaching Excellence. The title of his talk is “DIY/WAC: Increasing Engagement, Boosting Critical Thinking, and Helping Students Join a Disciplinary Discourse Community.”

The Fall 2014 edition of Computers and Composition Online had three articles by three former AML assistant directors, Paul Muhlhauser, James Haendiges, and Pearce Durst.  It also had a review of Kristin Arola's Composing Media Composing Embodiment.  

Jana Argersinger has been invited to contribute an article on Sophia Peabody Hawthorne to Oxford University Press's new online bibliography project.

Tomie Gowdy-Burke served as a panelist for the Graduate and Professional Writing Center’s Poster and Presentation workshop at the Wiley Research Exposition on February 20th, where she worked with students to discuss the best features of their posters.

Linda Russo's poetry book Participant has been selected as a semi-finalist in the Poets Out Loud Prize (Fordham University Press). 

 

New, Recent, and Forthcoming Faculty and Staff Publications

 

Jana Argersinger

 

Robert Eddy and
Victor Villanueva

 

William M. Hamlin

 

Louis Kirk McAuley

 

Donna L. Potts

 

Kristin L. Arola

 

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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