English, Emory University
David is the Instructional Technologist for the Emory Writing Program, where he teaches first year writing courses, new media writing, and on occasion the sophomore poetry class. Before coming to Emory, he was a Brittain Fellow at Georgia Tech and also taught at University of West Georgia and at Longwood University in Virginia. He did his graduate work in English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University.
This semester, his first year writing students are taking part in the Unpacking Manuel’s project, doing close reading analyses of artifacts digitally archived from the walls of the tavern and then producing some sort of video game vignette based on that work that will, in part, discuss the history of Atlanta.