We’re moving office today, as our building is going to be renovated over the next twelve months. Yesterday, I packed up everything that wasn’t to be moved directly into my temporary office and lugged it home. Today, I’m headed in to watch the movers manhandle my books, and — more importantly — to say goodbye to my dusty and slightly gray but nonetheless palacial and windowed office. The new below-ground antiseptic pre-fab paper-walled digs await. Network and phone service should be operational by sometime mid-day. Wish me luck.
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Director of Digital Humanities and Professor of English, Michigan State University. Author of Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University. View all posts by Kathleen Fitzpatrick