Andrew Ferguson

University of Maryland
@epiktistes
MITH Conference Room
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
12:30 pm

Andrew Ferguson is a visiting assistant professor of digital studies in the Department of English at UMD. He works at the intersection of media-textual studies, cultural theory, and popular culture, which results in him doing things like willingly signing up to write an article that will require watching The Star Wars Holiday Special several times. Other ongoing projects include a study on editorial labor and style in science fiction, essays on born-digital horror and the writings of Dr. Chuck Tingle, and the manuscript on glitches and narrative theory from which this talk is taken.

A continuously updated schedule of talks is also available on the Digital Dialogues webpage.

Unable to attend the events in person? Archived podcasts can be found on the MITH website, and you can follow our Digital Dialogues Twitter account @digdialog as well as the Twitter hashtag #mithdd to keep up with live tweets from our sessions. Viewers can watch the live stream as well.

All talks free and open to the public. Attendees are welcome to bring their own lunches.

Contact: MITH (mith.umd.edu, mith@umd.edu, 301.405.8927).