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RCID in the Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory

Several RCID students and alumni were featured in the recent winter issue of the Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory. The topic of this special issue is “Civic Humanities.”

A.D. Carson’s multimodal piece “Owning My Masters” explores hip-hop studies and its role in knowledge production.

April O’Brien’s “The Ghosts of Pendleton” is “a short film that draws attention to the segregation and racism that still lingers in a small Southern town” and demonstrates an experimental approach to digital composition.

Dr. Sergio Figueiredo’s “Interview with Gregory Ulmer” revolves around a months-long correspondence between he and eminent Electracy Scholar, their discussion focusing on the Sage’s advice for young, emerging scholars facing the future of digital academia.

Dr. Drew Stowe’s “Interview with Nick Sousanis” digs into Sousanis’s graphic dissertation, his artistic & research processes, and the inspirations he finds both within and outside of academia.

The entire issue can be accessed here.

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