Huntington, Ind.— Dr. Del Doughty, Associate Professor of English at Huntington College, will present his paper, “The Shift from Multi-linearity to Multi-channel Sensory Input in Recent Hypertext Narrative,” at the Twentieth-Century Literature Conference at the University of Louisville, February 22, 2002.
It has been a busy year for Doughty. He received a writer’s grant from the Indiana Arts Commission to finish his second poetry collection, Flow. He also published poems in many journals, including still, Heron’s Nest, Modern Haiku, Country Feedback, Frogpond, bottle rockets, The Mars Hill Review and haijinx. A few of his poems were translated into Croatian and included in Haiku Kalendar: Prvi korak u trece tisucljece (Ed. Mirko Varga. Ludbreg, Croatia: Varazdin, 2001). Doughty also wrote the foreword to Syrian poet Musa al-Halool’s A New Grammar for the New World Order (Amman: Al-Hamed, 2001). Two of Doughty’s essays have also been accepted for publication: “Linking by Scent: Renga and Hypertext,” Cyberculture and the Humanities: Proceedings (Ed. Amy Berke. 9 October 2001), and “Prudery,” Proceedings: Houghton Institute for Integrative Studies (online, forthcoming).
Doughty has published short fiction, poetry, and essays in various sources. He is most interested in contemporary poetry, world literature, and creative writing. He is also a member of the Haiku Society of America. Within the past year Doughty has been very busy, achieving many professional activities. For a complete list of Doughty’s achievements, visit www.huntington.edu/english/faculty.htm.
Huntington College is comprehensive Christian college of the liberal arts offering graduate and undergraduate programs in more than 50 academic concentrations. US News and World Report ranks Huntington among the best in the Midwest. Founded in 1897 by the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, Huntington College is located on a contemporary, lakeside campus in Huntington, Indiana.
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