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Kathryn Waring

Visiting Lecturer
Acting Director of the Digital Media Lab
CL 435

Kathryn Waring is an essayist and multimedia storyteller whose work has appeared in The Normal School, American Literary Review, and Essay Daily, among others. She’s also a former Assistant Essays Editor of The Rumpus. At Pitt, Kathryn teaches courses in nonfiction writing, audio storytelling, and digital composition. She’s received grants from the Department of English, International Studies Fund, European Studies Center, and Nationality Rooms program in support of her research. Currently, she’s at work on her first book, which combines archival documents, photographs, and interviews to examine the history of America’s first epileptic colony alongside her own family’s experience with epilepsy. In addition to teaching, Kathryn also supports faculty in their digital pedagogy and research as the Acting Director of the English Department’s Digital Media Lab.

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