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Friday, 28 December

256. Professionalization in a Digital Age

1:45–3:30 p.m., Columbus Hall C and D, Hyatt Regency

A forum arranged by the Committee on the Status of Graduate Students in the Profession

Presiding: William Erwin Orchard, Univ. of Chicago

1. “Rethinking the First Book: Dissertations as Bits and Bytes,” Jennifer Crewe, Columbia Univ. Press

2. “New Media Scholarship: Implications for Graduate Study,” N. Katherine Hayles, Univ. of California, Los Angeles abstract available)—>

3. “Digital Pedagogy: Taming the Palatiri,” Ian Lancashire, Univ. of Toronto (abstract available)

Respondent: W. J. T. Mitchell, Univ. of Chicago

For coordinated workshops, see meetings 373 and 472.

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