Craig Stroupe
Associate Professor of Digital Writing, Literature, and Design (DWLD);
Director of Graduate Studies, English MA Program

Department of English, Linguistics, and Writng Studies | 1201 Ordean Court # 420 | University of Minnesota Duluth | Duluth, MN 55812 | 218-726-6249 | fax 218-726-6882 | cstroupe@d.umn.edu

next fall i'm teachingWRIT 1120 (College Writing),
MWF 10 - 10:50, J. Swenson Sci 115

WRIT 1506 (Literacy, Technology, and Society)
MWF 11 - 11:50, J. Labovitz Schl Bus & Econ 165

WRIT 4250 / 5250 (New Media Writng)
MW 4 - 5:15, Heller Hall 216

quoteMost of us can still remember the sounds of drills grinding and rattling through cinderblock walls when crews first installed Ethernet cables in faculty office buildings.

Did that racket signal the first breaching of what Gerald Graff has called the "systematic non-relation" among disciplines, which keeps the university from realizing its social and intellectual mission, or were we hearing only stop-gap dental work near the end of the century to keep the old university from losing its teeth altogether?"

from "Technologizing the Conflicts: Graff and the Web" in Pedagogy. More on my scholarship.


THIS FALL I'M TEACHING:
Tuesday and Thursday
9:30 - 10:45, Voss-Kovach Hall 115
visual rhetoric Tuesday and Thursday,
11:00 - 12:45, Kirby Plaza 312

RECENT CLASSES
Introduction to Critical Theory | New Media Writing | Web Design and Digital Culture | Literacy, Technology, and Society | Visual Rhetoric and Culture | American Authorship Seminar |

FAR READING
Imagine you could track and compare key words appearing in tens of thousands of books across history.
Google Ngram Viewer allows you to choose your own search terms, book collections, and time periods--such as this comparison of "Atlantis" and "El Dorado" in books written in English between 1800 and 2000.