Saturday, 7 January, 12:00 noon–1:15 p.m., Grand C, Sheraton
A linked session arranged in conjunction with the plenary The Future of Higher Education
Presiding: Priscilla B. Wald, Duke Univ.
1. "Gaming the Humanities Classroom," Patrick Jagoda, Univ. of Chicago
2. "Intimacy in Three Acts," Margaret Rhee, Univ. of California, Berkeley
3. "One Course, One Project," Jentery Sayers, Univ. of Victoria
4. "The Meta Teacher," Bulbul Tiwari, Stanford Univ.
This session features innovative advanced doctoral students and junior scholars who are making their mark as scholars and as teachers using new interactive, multimedia technologies of writing and publishing in their research and classrooms. The panelists cross the boundaries of the humanities, arts, sciences, and technology and are committed to new forms of scholarship and pedogogy. They practice the virtues of open, public, digitally accessible thinking and represent the vibrancy of our profession. Fiona Barnett, Duke Univ., will coordinate live Twitter feeds and other input during the session.
The Profession – General