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Areas of expertise: Race, Fiction, Popular Culture, Performance

Biography, Education and Training

  Margo Hendricks is the author of Race and Romance: Coloring the Past (ACMRS 2022). Her current project is From Cotton Fields to Shakespeare’s Negress: An Academic Memoir. . . of sorts. With Patricia Parker, Margo is co-editor of Women, Race and Writing in the Early Modern Period (1994), Under the pen name Elysabeth Grace, Margo writes romance fiction. Her recent academic essays appear in New Literary History and the Journal for Popular Romance Studies.  

Ronaldo V Wilson

Ronaldo V Wilson

Professor, Director Creative Writing Program

Literature Department, Creative Writing Program

Areas of expertise: African American / Black Studies, Asian Studies, Art, Art Theory, Queer Studies, Performance, Poetry, Fiction, Visual Culture, Writing

Biography, Education and Training

Education:   2009 Ph.D., English, CUNY Graduate Center 1995 M.A., Poetry, New York University Graduate Creative Writing Program  1991 A.B., English, University of California, Berkeley   Biography:   Ronaldo V. Wilson is an award-winning poet, interdisciplinary artist, academic and author of six collections of hybrid and experimental works spanning poetry, fiction, mixed genre theory, performance, digital, sound, and visual art.  He has performed in multiple ... more »

Toby H Loeffler

Toby H Loeffler

Senior Continuing Lecturer

Writing Program

Areas of expertise: Writing, Literature, Modernism, Fiction, Nationalism

Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., Comparative Literature, Cornell University M.A., Comparative Literature, Cornell University M.A., English Literature, CSUDH M.A., Spanish Literature, UCLA B.A., Classical Civilizations and Spanish and Linguistics, UCLA

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Areas of expertise: Video Games, Game Design, Game Studies, Fiction, Digital Media, Digital Humanities, Digital Arts, Game Studies, Game Technology, Game Design, Artificial Intelligence, New Media

Biography, Education and Training

Noah Wardrip-Fruin is a Professor of Computational Media at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where he co-directs the Expressive Intelligence Studio, a technical and cultural research group.  Noah's research areas include new models of storytelling in games, how games express ideas through play, the literary possibilities of computational media, and how cultural software can be preserved, discovered, and cited. Noah has authored or co-edited five books on games and digital media f... more »

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