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Inside Higher Ed features 3-D printed poetry work by Erika Boeckeler and Jonathan Fitzgerald

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The work of Professor Erika Boeckeler and Doctoral Candidate Jonathan Fitzgerald on early modern material poetry and 3-D printed poetry (presented at the MLA in January 2018) is featured in the article, “How Technology Enhances Literature Learning,” in Inside Higher Ed. The image at the top of the article is a photo of William Browne’s “comb poem” (Brittania’s Pastorals, 1625), a piece that Erika analyzes in her second book manuscript which focuses on early modern poem objects and the physical nature of early modern poetry.

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