Office Hours

I have added some office hours in the mornings on Wednesday. Please sign up for a slot, or stop by on Wednesdays! I may sometimes try to grab lunch at an earlier or later time on Wednesdays, depending on when students are coming in, but my basic Wednesday afternoon availability will hold.
And the sign-up tool should be working again.


CAAS workshops are already under way!

4:30 pm-
5:20 pm
How Does This Work?: Understanding College as a First Generation College Student Villalobos Hall

Some course descriptions are up!

Headline: In SPRING 2017 I will pair my Chican@ Literature class with Prof. José Orozco’s BORDER HISTORIES class. Get your CON 1 requirement filled, and come with us to learn about current realities at the border.

I have taken two separate classes on trips to the Mexican border, where we have visited with Andrea Guerrero to see her inspiring work at Alliance San Diego. Join us next Spring!

I have also now posted course descriptions and syllabi for my ENGL 302 Digital Creative Writing and for my ENGL 410 Senior Seminar: Capitalist Realism. I promise I make the application of critiques of economic theory to cultural studies breathlessly exciting.

If you are curious about “No Praise, No Punishment,” you can now see my Teaching Philosophy online.

Stay tuned to this space for an upcoming description of my Spring 2017 Screenwriting: The Television Pilot class.

(And once again, don’t forget to check out the portfolio of student work from Digital Creative Writing.)

Website Update!

Hi folks, Over the next few weeks I’ll be performing some updates and changes to the DigLibArts website. Don’t worry, all of the content that you know and love will stay, but it may be reorganized a bit. One thing that you’ll notice right away is that we have a new header to our site, …

News: Art Professor Danny Jauregui to Present at University of Kansas

Associate Professor of Art Danny Jauregui, who recently presented on his digital mapping and erasure project, Disguised Ruins, at a DigLibArts High Tech Happy Hour, will be delivering a presentation on the same project at the upcoming Digital Humanities Forum at the University of Kansas on “Places, Spaces, Sites: Mapping Critical Intersections in Digital Humanities.” …