Events Categorized: PhD (MATX)

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Golumbia to Speak at Rice University

Associate Professor of English David Golumbia will present “Cyberlibertarianism: The Default Ideology of the Digital” at Rice University on Thursday, February 16. Well done, David!

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Audrey Watters – Graduate Seminar

We are very fortunate to have Audrey Watters joining us for a graduate seminar targeted at English, MATX and Sociology graduate students, on Wednesday November 2, 2016, 10:30-noon in Hibbs 308. The visit is jointly sponsored by MATX, English and Sociology.  Audrey is a critical scholar of education technology, author, and prolific researcher. She runs Hack Education which, to this day, may be…

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VCU Annual MATX Marcel Cornis-Pope Lecture Series: Oliver Speck — “Deadly Devices: the Point-of-view-shot in Games, Sports and Combat”

Join us for the annual VCU MATX Marcel Cornis-Pope Lecture and this year’s speaker, Dr. Oliver Speck (Associate Professor, School of World Studies), who will give a talk on “Deadly Devices: the Point-of-view-shot in Games, Sports and Combat.” This event is free and open to the public

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Fall 2016 Orientation – MA, MFA, MATX Students

Monday, August 15 10am – 2pm                  Training for new MA and MFA GAs working In the Writing Center (Writing Center, Academic Learning Commons, 1000 Floyd Ave, room 4203)   Tuesday, August 16 10am – 4pm                  Session #1 (3-day orientation session) for MFA GTAs slated to teach HNRS250 (Anderson 101) — (Please contact Professor Kathy Graber (kjgraber@vcu.edu) for further details/instruction) 1pm – 3pm  …

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Marcel Cornis-Pope | Literary Studies in Multimedia Contexts

Join the VCU Department of English for its October First Friday Lecture in Hibbs 308 from 3-4:30 pm. Marcel Cornis-Pope Literary Studies in Multimedia Contexts As Nancy Kaplan has argued in “E-literacies” (1995), “In the past … the chief technologies of literacy, especially the early printing press, have privileged the written language over all other forms of…

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