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Literary Hedgehogs by gvlr
May 31, 2012, 7:07 pm
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Visiting artist and scholar Harold Ryterband is on sabbatical and will be utilizing the Morton R. Godine Library at Massachusetts College of Art and Design for part of the summer. He will be doing extensive research on visual literacy pedagogy. His recent publication “If it looks pointy it may hurt when you touch it” (March 2012) was widely received amongst his peers. A performance piece is in the works for Fall of 2012.  Harold is also hoping to be interim acquisitions librarian for retired librarian Richard McElroy. We expect Harold’s nocturnal tendencies will allow him to get Richard’s periodical cataloging backlog done in a jiffy. This will be in between snacking, playing, and running in his wheel.

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[…] come up with if we got creative? For example, the library at the Massachusetts College of Art has a hedgehog in residence this summer, and he’s bringing in lots of extra MassArt community members (it turns out […]

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