Mary Caton Lingold
Mary Caton Lingold bridges literary, historica,l and digital approaches to sonic scholarship. She is the founder and director of the Sonic Dictionary, an inter-institutional pedagogical experiment. Through her doctoral research at Duke, she uncovers sounds from the pre-recorded past through an examination of early Afro-Atlantic musical life in literature (1650-1850). Mary Caton also co-edited a collection of digital sound scholarship entitled Provoke!: Digital Sound Studies.
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Last night at our meeting, Leah brought up some challenges she is facing using a course blog. What do you do when spammers attack? I co-hosted a Hastac Scholars Forum last year on Pedagogical Ethics in a Digital Age and some of the respondents addressed issues like the ones Leah raised, so I wanted to share it here. Not sure if the Wiki is the place to do that, but we'll see!