“Teaching to the Network: Digital Humanities and Public Pedagogy” Matt Gold Gives Talk at Fordham

In part 2 of the FGSDH Group’s Teaching and Research with Technology Series, Matt Gold, from the CUNY Graduate Center and editor of Debates in the Digital Humanities, will give a talk over lunch. It is entitled, “Teaching to the Network: Digital Humanities and Public Pedagogy.” Graduate students, faculty, staff, and anyone else with an interest in teaching and the digital humanities, are welcome.

The details:

May 1, 12:00-2:00, Walsh Library, O’Hare Special Collections (fourth floor).

Please sign up here for the event through your Fordham email account, so we know how many people will be there for lunch.

This event is made possible by Fordham University’s Center for Teaching Excellence.

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