- Milky Way GalaxyWriter, 1995 - present
- College of Saint RoseAssociate Professor, 2006 - present
- NUI GalwayFulbright Scholar, 2011 - 2012
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- University of ConnecticutMedieval Studies
- University of Southern CaliforniaInternational Relations
- Michigan State UniversityJames Madison College
From “listening” to “filling in”: where “La Soeur Écoute” Teaches Us to ...
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Where to begin with British psychogeography cinema
Your next obsession: the drifting explorations of psychogeographic filmmaking.
Tony Oursler's "Imponderable" Archive show at Bard!
Gerald Light c. 1950s We had the very good fortune of seeing Tony Oursler's "Imponderable" Archive show up at Bard last weekend, and I highl
Hookland: Folklore, Landscape Punk and Psychogeography - #FolkloreThursday
While landscape changes and stories decay, the marriage of the two – folklore – remains the constant dance in our collective memory.
Make a Noise Joyful: Cirm in the Old English Exodus
When the narrator of the Old English poem Exodus declares “Gehyre se ðe wille” (Let him hear who will), what sounds is he asking us to atten
Occult London: Viktor Wynd's Museum of Curiosities
On Wednesday afternoon, quite by chance, I went to a place in London that I have long wanted to go and really should have gone before. The p
Al-Idrisi's twelfth-century map and description of eastern England
The aim of this post is simply to share an interesting mid-twelfth-century map and description of eastern England compiled by the great Musl