“MyDante: An Online Environment for Contemplative and Collaborative Reading,” an article by Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy), Bill Garr (CNDLS), Eddie Maloney (CNDLS), and Theresa Schlafly (CNDLS), has just been published in the first issue of the new Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy.
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Congratulations to longtime CNDLS collaborator Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy), who has been named Director of the Doctor of Liberal Studies Program.
A new video game based on Dante’s Inferno has gotten a lot of press lately. Two reporters approached Georgetown’s Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy) to get his reaction to the game’s depiction of Dante’s poem.
In December, CNDLS’ Eddie Maloney and Theresa Schlafly, along with Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy), traveled to Florence, Italy to present a paper on the MyDante and Ellipsis projects at a conference.
In his course on Dante & the Christian Imagination, Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy) found it difficult to teach students to move beyond basic levels of interpretation and to relate Dante’s Divine Comedy to their own lives.