The Office Hour, Chapter 18: “Britt History 1 (The Future)”

Toby takes over the podcast this week, in the first installment of a three-part series in which we address the past, present, and future of the Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellowship. In this episode, he interviews Brittain Fellow Halcyon Lawrence about her background and research in information design and experiences teaching technical communication as a Britt at Georgia Tech.

Check back in future weeks for parts two and three of the series, which will feature former Britts (and current faculty in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication) Lisa Yaszek and Andy Frazee.

The podcast can be played using the embedded player above or downloaded as an mp3 file.

Works Cited

Cleve, Chris. Little Bee. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2010. Print.

Lawrence, Halcyon and Lauren Neefe. Siri’s Progeny: Voice and The Future of Interaction Design. School of Literature, Media and Communication, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. Web.

Music: “Look Ahead See Behind,” by Sybarite. © Temporary Residence Ltd., 2016. Used under academic fair use for noncommercial purposes.

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Andrew Marzoni is a writer, critic, teacher, musician, and co-editor of TECHStyle. He has a MA in English & American Literature from New York University and a PhD in English from the University of Minnesota. His essays and criticism have appeared in ARTnews, Cinephile, The New York Observer, The Quarterly Conversation, Review 31, Music & Literature, Rain Taxi Review of Books, and other publications. He is currently writing a critical history of Semiotext(e), 1974-present.
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