Erin Templeton

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Apr 19

Methods for Organizing Your Apps

By Erin E. Templeton ProfHacker has featured several posts about various mobile apps. See for instance the Open Thread Wednesday dedicated to (y)our Favorite Weather Apps, guest author Ian MacInnes’s post on “Finding the …read more

Feb 13

Open Professoriat: Public Intellectuals on the Social Web (Repost from MLA11)

[This post was originally online at eetempleton.wordpress.com.]   In my contribution to the MLA Roundtable, which is titled, “Openness: Too much is Never Enough?  Or, at What Cost?”, I am interested in interrogating the term “Open Professoriat.”  I want to think about what the term might mean and what it might look like.  Like the term, “digital… Continue Reading Open Professoriat: Public Intellectuals on the Social Web (Repost from MLA11)

Feb 11

The Future of the English Dept.

Sometime in the fall of 2012, I was asked to contribute a short essay on the future of the English Department for Expositions, an interdisciplinary journal of the humanities published by Villanova University. I probably should have come up with a better title for my piece, something more creative and less pretentious, but there you have it.… Continue Reading The Future of the English Dept.

Feb 04

Medical Emergencies in the Classroom

By Erin E. Templeton While we have written posts about various kinds of classroom disruptions, until now ProfHacker hasn’t covered what to do in the event of a medical emergency in the classroom. How would you deal with a student who has an epileptic seizure in class? What if a student passes out, …read more

Jan 13

“Dear EzzROAR,” “Dear Anthill”: Ezra Pound, George Antheil and the Complications of Patronage

 This piece was originally published in Music and Literary Modernism—Critical Essays and Comparative Studies. Edited by Robert McParland. New York: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006. 66-86. I am posting it here in honor of Aaron Swartz. RIP. Dear EzzROAR Dear Anthill Templeton  

Jan 09

Welcome

I had been thinking of acquiring my own domain name for a while now, but attending the MLA last week crystalized my decision to do it. I’m not entirely sure why or what prompted it, but I decided that if eetempleton.com was available, I’d finally claim it. If it wasn’t, I’d curl up in a… Continue Reading Welcome