Professor Sean Scanlan’s Profile

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Professor Sean Scanlan
Title
Assistant Professor of English
Department
English
Office
Namm 520
Academic interests

American culture and literature, world literature, digital humanities

Work Phone
718-260-5123
Twitter

My Courses

English 1101 (D427) Comp 1, fall 2017

English 1101 (D427) Comp 1, fall 2017

This is a course in effective essay writing and basic research techniques, including the use of the library. College-level readings are assigned for classroom discussion and essay writing. In addition, we will utilize a new digital platform called OpenLab, which will help us to engage with each other’s writing and with the world outside of the classroom.

ENG 1101 (D382) Comp 1, fall 2017

ENG 1101 (D382) Comp 1, fall 2017

This is a course in effective essay writing and basic research techniques, including the use of the library. College-level readings are assigned for classroom discussion and essay writing. In addition, we will utilize a new digital platform called OpenLab, which will help us to engage with each other’s writing and with the world outside of the classroom.

Composition 2, ENG 1121-E110, S2016

Composition 2, ENG 1121-E110, S2016

English 1121 continues the work we began in English 1101. We will work on developing critical reading and writing skills as we write about works of literature. We will discuss four literary genres: non-fiction essays, poetry, and the novel. Assignments will require students to write in different styles such as summary, citation, exposition, comparison, analysis, and research. In addition, we will utilize a new digital platform called OpenLab, which will help us to engage with each other’s writing and world outside of the classroom.

ENG1101 Comp 1101 (D377)2 Sg2014

ENG1101 Comp 1101 (D377)2 Sg2014

This is a course in effective essay writing and basic research techniques, including the use of the library. College-level readings are assigned for classroom discussion and essay writing. In addition, we will utilize a new digital platform called OpenLab, which will help us to engage with each other’s writing and with the world outside of the classroom.

ENG 3407 Gothic Literature and Culture, S 2017

ENG 3407 Gothic Literature and Culture, S 2017

Gothic Literature and Visual Culture

My Projects

Literary Arts Festival

Literary Arts Festival

Each year, the English Department at New York City College of Technology organizes the Literary Arts Festival. This event highlights the work of students, staff, and faculty, as well as accomplished writers outside of the City Tech community. There is also a writing competition that awards prizes to students in a variety of writing categories, as well as to faculty and staff in their own category.

First Year Writing @ City Tech

First Year Writing @ City Tech

FYW@City Tech is a program and a digital forum for sharing curricular and pedagogical resources related to teaching and learning about writing at City Tech

Open Pedagogy on the OpenLab

Open Pedagogy on the OpenLab

The purpose of this project is to create a forum to ask questions, generate discussion, and share teaching materials, resources, and ideas about teaching and learning on the OpenLab. Avatar and site header image from Flickr user opensourceway.

The Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center  BWRC

The Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center BWRC

The Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center studies and advocates for the Brooklyn waterfront through its three-part mission: Research, Education, and Public Outreach.

The Place Where We Dwell

The Place Where We Dwell

The OpenLab Project is a companion public website to the anthology The Place Where We Dwell: Reading and Writing about New York City. Students taking their first or second composition class might approach writing and critical thinking as overwhelming, much like New York City to the newcomer. The aim of the third edition of the textbook–and this website–is to try to contextualize critical reading, writing, and thinking, while exploring this place we call home.

My Clubs

Student Government Association

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association is the representative body for students. We are responsible for recommending student activity fee allocations, shaping policies affecting student life, coordinating extracurricular events and chartering new organizations. Feel free to contact SGA President, Lucas Almonte, with any questions, suggestions or concerns. He can be reached at SGAPresident@CityTech.Cuny.Edu If you wish to start a club on campus contact SGA Vice President, Sylwester Dombroski, at SGAVP@CityTech.Cuny.Edu