Blogger GRRRLS: New Textualities and Knowledge Building
I'll be presenting on a panel on Saturday morning at 9 a.m. at NYU at the 15th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference of the Society for Textual Scholarship. The panel is chaired by Martha Nell Smith from the University of Maryland and includes Katherine Franke of Columbia University School of Law, Marilee Lindemann of the University of Maryland, Lisa Honaker of Stockton St. University, and Meredith McGill of Rutgers University. Professor Franke's address is titled "'The Most Important Must be Spoken': Feminist Law Professors Blogging." You can read Dr. Franke's collective blog of feminist law professors here: http://feministlawprofessors.com/. Professor Lindemann's talk is titled "Queer Adventures of an English Professor in the Blogosphere;" she blogs here: http://roxies-world.blogspot.com/. Lisa Honaker will speak on "Musings on Teaching with/through Blogs."
My presentation and the accompanying powerpoint are here:
(N.B. The power point includes some small animation. It is also saved as a PDF if you'd like it in that format instead.)