Dr. Mark Sample | Teaching and Research

Where you are and what you’ll find here

You have reached teaching side of samplereality.com. Below are links to class blogs and course materials from my time at George Mason University. I am now an Associate Professor at Davidson College, and you can find more about the program I direct on the Davidson Digital Studies site.

Davidson College Courses

  • DIG 101 (Fall 2015) – Introduction to Digital Studies
  • DIG 350 (Fall 2015) – Future & History of the Book
  • DIG 101 (Fall 2014) – Introduction to Digital Studies
  • DIG 401 (Fall 2014) – Hacking, Remixing, and Design

George Mason University Courses

And here’s an archive of older GMU courses:

  • HNRS 110 (Fall 2010) – Research Methods
  • ENGL 685 (Fall 2010) – Graphic Novels
  • HNRS 353 (Spring 2010) – Videogames in Critical Contexts
  • ENGL 610 (Spring 2010) – Teaching the Reading of Literature
  • ENGL 459 (Fall 2009) – Disaster Fiction
  • ENGL 493 (Fall 2009) – Graphic Novels
  • HNRS 353 (Spring 2009) – Videogames in Critical Contexts
  • ENGL 660 (Spring 2009) – American Postmodernism
  • ENGL 343 (Fall 2008) – Textual Media
  • ENGL 414 (Fall 2008) – English Honors/American Postmodernism
  • ENGL 353-002 (Spring 2008) – Videogames in Critical Contexts
  • ENGL 353-003 (Spring 2008) – Videogames in Critical Contexts
  • ENGL 610 (Spring 2008) – Teaching the Reading of Literature

And here, these are really old courses:

  • ENGL 429 (Fall 2006) – 21st Century Literature
  • ENGL 705 (Fall 2006) – Society of the Spectacle
  • ENGL 325 (Spring 2006) – Dimensions of Writing and Literature
  • ENGL 343 (Fall 2005) – Textual Media
  • ENGL 660 (Fall 2005) – American Postmodernism

If you are not a student, then perhaps you are looking for Professor Sample’s regular blog: Sample Reality.

 

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