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Professor of English at Middle Georgia State University, Digital Humanist, Editor of Project Mailer, Norman Mailer Fellow, Leica Photographer, Pizza Enthusiast, Triumph Scrambler Rider, Novice Wiki Editor
I teach technocultural studies, writing, digital humanities, and the occasional seminar on Norman Mailer. My interests include speculative fiction, digital media, elearning, epic poetry, literary theory, and modernism. In my spare time, I make homemade pizza, discover new craft beers, and take photos.
Department of Media, Culture & the Arts
Macon Campus, CoAS-117
Fall 2018 Office Hours: MTWR 10-11a and by appointment
My significant contributions
These are articles I started or significantly revised.
- "The Man Who Studied Yoga"
- The Short Fiction of Norman Mailer
- "The Time of Her Time"
- J. Michael Lennon
- The Norman Mailer Society
Working on or ongoing
Often with the help of my students.
- Norman Mailer
- Advertisements for Myself
- An American Dream
- The Armies of the Night
- Beyond the Law
- Miami and the Siege of Chicago
- The White Negro
- Why Are We in Vietnam?
Teaching / learning resources
Have a good resource? Add it to the talk page and I'll have a look. These are the ones I have written and are generally applicable to every class I teach.
- LitMUSE is my teaching site, though much of that is now being done privately on D2L and/or right here on Wikipedia.
- Hack.Edu lets you take charge of your own education.
- Digital Citation should be used when writing on a blog.
- Link Logic is a guide for using hyperlinks in your writing.
- Academic Forum Posts outlines the expected use of forums and discussions.
- Research & Response argues that no writing is ever complete without credible sources.
- Editor's Checklist should be consulted for typical writing errors.
- Writing in the Liberal Arts discusses common conventions for academic writing.
- Reader-Response Criticism suggests a subjective way of understanding and writing about literature.
- Writing Today argues that college should teach more than essay writing.
- How to Do Well in My Class offers some friendly advice.
ENGL 2111 World Literature I
HUMN 4472 Studies in Culture
NMAC 4460 New Media
Previous WikiEdu-supported courses
- Summer 2018: NMAC 3108 Writing for Digital Media
- Spring 2018: NMAC 5108 Writing in Digital Environments
- Fall 2017: NMAC 4460 New Media
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