My slides and the rough speaking text from my presentation at the Fourth Texas-Jalisco Conference in Education and Culture, March 22 at the University of North Texas. This talk was part of a panel, “New Frontiers for Research, Teaching and Learning: Digital Scholarship and Latin@ Archives/Nuevas Fuentes para Investigación, Enseñanza and Aprendizaje: Estudios Digitales y Archivos Latin@s.”
Excited to be included on a panel on digital scholarship and Latin@ archives for the IV Jalisco Texas Conference in education and culture coming up on March 22 at UNT.
New Frontiers for Research, Teaching and Learning: Digital Scholarship and Latin@ Archives
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There’s a lot of stuff that I come across that relates to this blog, but that I either can’t commit to writing a whole post about, or that just catches my eye as I’m cruising through blogs and such (ooooh, shiny!). I always intend to eventually share them on the blog or write some commentary about them, and inevitably when I get to it, I’ve forgotten where I found the original item, it’s no longer timely, or I’m just not as inspired by it as I was when I first discovered it.
So, to catch some of the desiderata of my browsing, I’ve made a tumblr: Research & Destroy – Appendix 1
Here you’ll find links to articles, images, and videos that relate, often only tangentially, to the issues I’m exploring (much more slowly) here. Enjoy!
Why do I want to start a new blog?
I have, after all, a niche blog on YA and children’s literature, a website for my small press, and a CV site. Why do I need this? Continue reading “Research and Destroy ~ Whys and Wherefores”
While Maurice Sendak isn’t necessarily thought of as a young adult author, he’s one of those children’s authors that we carry with us for the rest of our lives. Where the Wild Things Are and In the Night Kitchen are books that my friends and I find ourselves quoting around the grad school TA offices – I even had a poster in my office with Max and a couple of Wild Things with the caption “Reading is Fun.” The students that got it, got me. I’ve even known a few guys (and yes, it’s always guys) with Max tattoos, but that’s probably for another post. Continue reading “Sendak at the Rosenbach”