Zach Whalen, Associate Professor of English, recently had his article “Teaching with Objects: Individuating Media Archaeology in Digital Studies” published in The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy. Whalen’s article describes a Digital Studies 101 assignment where students take apart old technology and endeavor to map the origins of individual components.
Antonio Barrenechea, Associate Professor of English, was recently interviewed for two articles published in the web magazine MEAWW. The first was on the relation between summer and romantic comedies. The second probed the link between intelligence and dark humor.
Professor Kate Haffey has published the book Literary Modernism, Queer Temporality: Eddies in Time. This book explores the intersection between the recent work on queer temporality and the experiments of literary modernism. Haffey argues that queer theory’s recent work on time owes a debt to modernist authors who developed new ways of representing temporality in their […]