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Timothy A. Lepczyk
Works at Hendrix College
Attended University of Tennessee
Lives in Conway, AR
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Fellow in Digital Humanities & Pedagogy
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Python, XSLT, XML, HTML5, CSS3, Wordpress, Metadata, Writing, Project Management
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  • Hendrix College
    Digital Humanities & Pedagogy Fellow, 2012 - present
  • Washington University
    Digital Repository-Metadata Librarian, 2011 - 2012
  • Washington University
    Metadata Librarian II, 2007 - 2011
  • University of Tennessee
    Digital Coordinator, 2006 - 2007
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Conway, AR
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St. Louis - Traverse City - Yokohama, Japan - Wellington, NZ - Lincoln, NE - Holland, MI - Knoxville, TN
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Fellow in Digital Humanities & Digital Pedagogy at HendrixCollege | Writer | Man behind Scintilla Press & Eduhacker
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I publish the literary magazine, Scintillahttp://magazine.scintillapress.com/ & write for Eduhacker, http://www.eduhacker.net.
Education
  • University of Tennessee
    M.S. Information Sciences, 2005 - 2006
  • University of Nebraska
    M.A. English, 2002 - 2004
  • Meiji Gakuin Daigaku
    Study Abroad: Japanese Studies
  • Hope College
    B.A. Japanese Studies and English, 1997 - 2001
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Barkskins is a struggle between life and death against a background of domination.
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Trump said he would like to hear from me about my son. Here’s what I have to say.
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NYTimes: Making Mochi, a Japanese Treat That’s All About Texture
A Brooklyn pastry chef has mastered the age-old art. You can, too.
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Book review of my Father's Day gift. Enjoyed it. Check it out.
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On trigger warnings, allyship, intersectionality, and what’s really eating Oberlin.
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NYTimes: Adding Classes and Content, Resurgent Libraries Turn a Whisper Into a Roar
Coding class? Zumba? No longer just repositories for books, New York’s public libraries have reinvented themselves as one-stop community centers that aim to offer something for everyone.
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NYTimes: The Challenges of Male Friendships
Consciously or otherwise, many men believe that talking about personal matters with other men is not manly.
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NYTimes: The Connections Between Spanking and Aggression
In a study, children who were spanked were more likely to show disruptive, aggressive behaviors later on — and to be spanked more in the future.
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Horses. We ride them. They pull couples around in carriages. We watch them race. But, when have you last seen horses use their legendary construction skills?
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New programs in #highered.
Emerson is rolling out a B.F.A. in comedic arts. The school swears it’s more serious than it sounds.
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