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Mauer Bio: Barry Jason Mauer teaches in the Texts and Technology Ph.D. Program at the University of Central Florida and is associate professor in the English Department, where he has served since 1999. His published work focuses on developing new research practices in the arts and humanities. Recent publications include • “Teaching the Repulsive Memorial.” Co-authored with John Venecek and four students from the Texts and Technology Ph.D. Program: Patricia Carlton, Marcy Galbreath, Amy Larner Giroux, and Valerie Kasper. Producing Public Memory: Museums, Memorials, and Archives as Sites for Teaching “Writing.” Eds. Jane Greer and Laurie Grobman. Rutledge. 2015. • “Deadly Delusions, Issue 2: Madness and the Cult of the Right.” Itineration: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Rhetoric, Media, and Culture. October 15, 2014. • “Deadly Delusions, Issue 1: Eliminationist Rhetoric in Mainstream Political Discourse.” Itineration: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Rhetoric, Media, and Culture. July 14, 2014. • “Rigorous Infidelity: Whole Text Sampling in the Curatorial Work of Henri Langlois, Dewey Phillips, and Jean-François Lyotard.” Sampling across the Spectrum. Oxford University Press. 2014. Pages 63-75. • “The Mystory: The Garage d’Or of Ereignis.” Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses. (RAEI). 2013 volume on "Performing Culture, Performing Identity." • “Control Room and the Staging of War.” InMedia [Online], 4 | 2013, Online since 16 November 2013. • “Oracles and Divinations: A Monument to Biocultural Diversity Loss.” ‘States of Emergence, States of Emergency,’ Special Issue of Excursions. Spring, 2012. • “Glenn Gould and the New Listener.” Performance Research 15(3), 2010. pages 103-108 • “Asynchronous Documentary: Buñuel’s Land without Bread.” Lowering the Boom: New Essays on the History, Theory and Practice of Film Sound, edited by Anthony Grajeda and Jay Beck. University of Illinois Press. September, 2008. • “Lost Data, 2.” Rhizomes 18: Imaging Place. Winter, 2008. • “The Epistemology of Cindy Sherman: A Research Method for Media and Cultural Studies.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature: Volume 38, No. 1. March, 2005. • “Proposal for a Monument to Lost Data.” Studies in Writing, Volume 17, Writing and Digital Media. Eds. Luuk van Waes, Mariëlle Leijten, Christine M. Neuwirth. Elsevier Press. April, 2006.

Position/Job Title:Associate Professor
Organization:University of Central Florida
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