education, independent secondary schools, pedagogy, liberal arts, diversity, social justice
French Avant-garde, Intellectual History, Digital Liberal Arts, Food Studies
DeBartolo Chair in Liberal Arts and Professor of Digital Humanities, Department of English, University of South Florida.
Associate Professor of Integral Liberal Arts at Saint Mary’s College of California
Creative Writing, Poetry, Fiction, Modern Literature, American Literature, English Literature, Celtic Literature, International Literatures, Liberal Arts
Higher Education Literature, value of liberal arts and study of humanities in the facing of institutional pressures to justify, American poetry, politics and poetry.
Comparative modernisms; modern British literature; the fate of the liberal arts; the future of the University; comparative Anglophone literatures.Also, I am DGS and am interested in rethinking doctoral education.
…ciety for Eighteenth-Century Studies Digital Humanities Caucus
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Women’s Caucus
Aphra Behn Society
Advisory Board Member, Educause Learning Initiative
Founding Member, Digital Liberal Arts in the Front Range…
I work in an alt-ac position at Colorado College, where my work focuses on digital humanities/digital liberal arts and digital pedagogy, and I teach research, writing, and literature online at the University of Denver’s University College.
20th-century, especially between the wars: literature, cultural/intellectual history, decorative arts, architecture, Expositions Universelles; Surrealism, colonialism, modernism/modernity, political engagement; Le Corbusier, Louis Aragon, André Gide, André Breton.
Translation and translation studies. Business French. Pedagogy.
I teach all levels of French at an undergraduate Liberal Arts college.
Husband, father of two daughters, Professor of Philosophy, and Dean of the College of Arts & Letters at Michigan State University. Practicing the arts of liberty in a digital age. To learn more about my administrative and academic life, I invite you to visit cplong.org, a site designed to cultivate an online scholarly community around the liberal arts endeavor.