Jim Brown

The director of the Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University-Camden, Jim Brown teaches courses in Literature and Videogames, Digital Rhetoric, Electronic Literature, and Introduction to Digital Humanities.  His forthcoming book, Ethical Programs, examines how networked software environments shape and constrain writing, rhetoric, and politics. It looks closely at a number of examples, from a hack … Continue reading Jim Brown

William FitzGerald

William FitzGerald teaches the courses Argument and Style, Visual Rhetoric, and Writing for Nonprofits. His current research project is titled “Serenity Then and Now:  A Cultural History of America’s Favorite Prayer.”  

Holly Blackford

Holly Blackford directs the writing program for the Department of English. She is the author of the book Out of this World: Why Literature Matters to Girls.

Carol Singley

Carol Singley is author or editor of five books on the Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist, Edith Wharton.  She also is the author of a book on adoption and literature, Adopting America: Childhood, Kinship and National Identity in Literature, and is the editor of three books on American literature and Puritan culture, women’s fiction, and American … Continue reading Carol Singley