This year I am continuing some ongoing projects while becoming entangled in new ones. I have continued editing Buzzademia: Scholarship in the Internet Vernacular (with Kim Knight and Anne Cong-Huyen) while working on Critical Code Studies work. I also ventured into the land of Fake News with Talan Memmott, teaching for UnderAcademy College a course titled How to Write and Read Fake News: Journullism in the Age of Trump (full syllabus and writings online). This course was also featured in an article in EdsSurge by Jeff Young and was incorporated into another online Fake News course taught by Mark Sample and Amanda Martinez.
The spring netprov is Cooking with Anger. Join in the fun!
- Jan 17, Netprov: an interview with Mark Marino and Rob Wittig, Howard Rheingold Interview
- Feb 7, 10am, Networked Narratives: Studio Visit with Mark Marino & Rob Wittig, Kean University.
- March 13, 2pm, Electronic Literature, Works and Tools, SDSU
- March 14, 10am, How to Teach a Fake News Course: Journullism in the Age of Trump, UCSD
- March 15, Black Lies & Fake News, conversation with Edgar Arceneaux at The Main Museum
- April 11, 7pm, Fake News and the 1st Amendment: How to tell fact from Fiction, Pasadena (video & writeup)
- April 13, 4pm, Reading of Mrs. Wobbles & the Tangerine House reading: Spy E.Y.E., Westchester-Loyola Village Library
- April 26, 12pm, Contemplative Pedagogy: Best Practices at USC, USC
- ELO 2017: Porto, where I will discuss Netprov, present refugee, and curate an exhibit of electronic literature for children.