1. travisj

    Presentations begin tomorrow

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    Please be prepared to introduce your project and to answer questions about it.

    Audience:  Please note one or two observations or questions:  what did I like best? What did I want to see more of?  What surprised me? What confused me?  What would you add, change, edit?  These are just …

  2. travisj

    Please bring technology tomorrow!

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    Looking forward to hearing and seeing what you have been working on!

    NYC Event:

    SJU poets/students will be opening the Astor Poetry Jam this weekend. The event is on Saturday April 21 from 1-7, and students (Tom Hill, Danielle Rouse, and James Larkin) go on right at the beginning. See …

  3. travisj

    Getting Started Early

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    Please let me know if you have any questions about the upcoming project.  As I said today, I will hand out the formal assignment with evaluation rubric and deadlines on Thursday. I will also hand back evaluations for the map work.

    I’m glad we worked on topics today; please get …

  4. nadia tahreem

    Niki’s Gift Registry. Just click on the links!

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    Prayers do not cost anything, yet are still very valuable! Please pray for me! With a clean heart and should because Allah abhors haters!!!! LOL.

    Before beginning and after finishing each prayer, please recite the following. I’ve provided translations for my loves of other faiths, and for Moslems the Arabic …

  5. travisj

    Group Map Presentations Tomorrow!

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    Looking forward to seeing what you’ve done!

    Please also remember that your individual blog post “introductions” are also due.  These can be posted to your individual blogs.

    I also would like each group to send me the link to their map so I can post it to our site and …

English Studies in the Digital Age (St Johns U, Spring 2014)

This class is being taught by Jennifer Travis. The course investigates how digital technologies impact the way we read, study, and understand literature and is inspired by the following questions: What happens to literature and “the literary” in an age of digital technology? How are modern technological innovations like the computer and e-reader reshaping our understanding of texts and their writers, readers, and interpreters? What is digital literature and how do we contextualize it within a history of literature and literary aesthetic?

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  11. Simply Digital
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