Browse Month: February 2012

“What Do Keywords Do?” – Keywords Collaboratory Talk This Week

The Keywords Collaboratory, a project of Fordham University English and American Studies professor Glenn Hendler and Professor Bruce Burgettt of the University of Washington at Bothell, has been the focus of presentations at two recent national conferences: the October 2011 Mobility Shifts Conference at the New School for Social Research and the January 2012 Modern Language Association Annual Meeting in Seattle.

In case you missed these events, you have another chance to learn about the Collaboratory  this week. Hendler and Burgett, who developed the Collaboratory to accompany their 2007 anthology Keywords for American Cultural Studies (NYU Press) will discuss the critical and creative potential of keywords to catalyze interdisciplinary conversation this coming Friday, February 10th, at 4pm at the Humanities Center of the City University of New York Graduate Center.  This public program is co-sponsered by the Revolutionizing American Studies Seminar and the CUNY-Graduate Center’s Ph.D. Program in English. 

What Do Keywords Do?
a talk by Glenn Hendler and Bruce Burgett
February 10, 2012 – 4pm
City University of New York – Graduate Center
English Lounge (Room 4406)

34th Street and Fifth Avenue, New York City

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