digital scholarship, spatial media, hybrid reality systems, database-driven narrative forms, media history, computational arts
Caribbean popular music culture, Indo-Caribbean popular culture, Caribbean Carnival culture, Caribbean cultural studies, Indo-Caribbean diaspora, cultural identity, remix culture, remix theory, hybridity
PhD. Student in Translation studies at the University of Birmingham, UK. My main interests lie in the intersection of feminist translation, translation theory, linguistic hybridity, Francophone studies, Russian studies, African studies and Postcolonial studies.
My Research Interests: Hybridity, Sampling Aesthetics, Ethnomusicology, Spanish Film and Literature, Music and Politics, Subcultures, 20th & 21st-Century Iberia, Flamenco, Fado & Intercultural Music fusions, International Economics. Other Interests: Rioja and Jamón Ibérico.
Pedagogy, communication, mobility I work in faculty development and instructional design with an emphasis on online and hybrid teaching and learning and intercultural engagement. I also teach Religious Studies, Christian origins, and ancient history. My research and writing explore ancient and modern itinerancy, ancient ethnicity and modern race, gender studies, and biopolitics.
Irish Studies, Irish Literature, Archive Studies, Literature in English, Performance Studies, Post-Colonial Studies, Hybridity, Native American Literature, Library ScienceCurrent MA/MLS candidate at NYU-Irish Studies & LIU-Palmer Library Science
MFA-Fiction (The New School ’08), MA-Humanities & Social Thought (NYU ’10)
poetry, publishing, public humanities, digital humanities, human beings, creativity, new ideas, collaboration, feminism, multicultural lit & education, hip hop pedagogy, social media and publishing, diy, beyond the book, public poetry and public art, the meaning of life, hybrid art/scholarship, making stuff more fun without spending money (http://wendyvardaman.com)
I did my grad work at Texas A&M (whoop!), and I was hired by Winthrop University a few years ago to develop the writing program. In addition to my work with that program, my interests include composition, professional/technical writing, and new media. My current research focuses on an assessment of a hybrid course I’ve been teaching, and I was recently approached by a student to work on an independent study involving writing stories for video games.
…Meshcheryakov A. Yu., Antropov O. K. “Cultural Hybridity and Diaspora in the Context of the Chinese and American History (by the Example of the USA Chinatown Area)”, Manuscript, no. 6 (2020): 44-52.
Meshcheryakov A. Yu. “Frontier case of Russian engineer Chinese eastern railway: letters G. S. Moscovitin (1898-1901)”, Journal Frontier Studies, no. …
Alexander Meshcheryakov is a Russian historian at the Astrakhan State University who studies the history of the border relations between China and Russia. He studies the processes of cross-border interactions, cultural hybridization and Frontier in the Far East. He pays special attention to the relations between Chinese and Russian ethnic groups during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. His another topic of research, based on the archive documents is an early history of grape growing and winemaking in Imperial Russia, bioprospecting of Imperial Russia, as well as of the formation of the Russian border in the Caspian Region.
I’m an Assistant Professor in the Department of Culture & Media at Eugene Lang College, The New School, and current Director of the Code as a Liberal Art program. My research looks at mesh networks, wireless digital technologies, and other media infrastructures like ham and citizens’ band radio. My teaching is centered around critical computer science in a liberal arts context, critical making, and 20th century media history. I mostly teach hybrid theory/practice courses while striving to break down the theory/practice binary.