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New digital humanities project: the End of Austin

We are pleased to announce the release of our first issue of The End of Austin. Our goal is to bring together different kinds of voices—academic, artistic, activist—to start a conversation about life in the fastest growing city in the US.

Spearheaded by five members of the University of Texas at Austin’s American Studies department, TEOA aims to combine interdisciplinary approaches to life in Austin with a digital platform that enables access and engagement with these stories.

Issue number one includes Katie Stewart, Jason Mellard, Jan Reid, Bob Bednar, Thor, Andrew Busch, Susan Floyd, Elliot Tretter, Caroline Koebel, Richard Parker, the band Fluoxetine, and many other original voices and visions. Anthropology, creative writing, music, journalism, photography, history, geography and especially our home base of American Studies—-it’s all in there. Even an animation of real “Austin is dying” laments including the ever-popular, “Austin was so much cooler before you got here.”

Please check us out at endofaustin.com and join the conversation about Austin’s rapidly changing identity. And feel free to share this announcement with your friends and colleagues.

By Carrie Andersen, Wed, January 23, 2013 - 6:53 pm
Categories: Bibliography 2000s

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