|Lubie G. Alatriste
||Second language writing, classroom methodologies, academic discourse
||My interdisciplinary research interests include utopian studies / science fiction; positive psychology / happiness studies; writing studies / composition and rhetoric / professional and technical writing; digital humanities; education / pedagogy; cultural studies. I also help direct three digital projects, which all involve work in coding, data entry, network analysis, data visualization, usability / user experience, and design: 1) City Tech’s OpenLab (openlab.citytech.cuny.edu); 2) the Writing Studies Tree (writingstudiestree.org); 3) the digital presence of the Society for Utopian Studies (utopian-studies.org).
||As a linguist I mostly work with language. My research interests include first and second language acquisition, linguistic analysis of any language, any language-related topics, ESL, discourse analysis, and teacher education.
||Undergraduates to assist in producing the 2 Bridges Review, City Tech’s first peer-reviewed literary arts magazine. Production will include: monitoring and helping to review submissions in all categories (art, poetry, fiction, nonfiction), helping to keep our website current, assisting with promotion and distribution of the magazine.
||Caribbean and Latin American Studies; Ethnic and Immigrant literature; Africana Studies; Popular Music and Culture; Oral Histories; Narrative Nonfiction (including Biography and Memoir; Travel and Nature Writing)
||Creative Writing, Literature, Ethnic Studies, Film and Popular Culture
||19th-21st century American Literature; Contemporary Ethnic American Writers; Urban Studies; Space and Place; Women Writers
||Writing and Visual Communication (STEM and other genres of writing visual communication involving technical and professional communication)
||I conduct interdisciplinary, mixed-methods research on learning in virtual worlds. This includes studies of ways to improve computer programming and writing skills.
||Writing in electronic environments, particularly in the medium of video. Research into the study of the Film Essay; television storytelling and their applications to professional scholarship as well as undergraduate essays and journalism. Human, animal, technological relationships.
|Jody R. Rosen
||20th and 21st Century Literature, Narrative and Storytelling, Gender Studies, Writing in Digital Media, Brooklyn in the Archives (using the Brooklyn Historical Society)