Julian C. Chambliss

Julian sitting at a table with arms crossed, smiling, with books in the background
Professor of English
619 Red Cedar Rd Wells Hall C705

A teacher-scholar concerned with community and identity, Julian C. Chambliss has designed numerous public digital history projects that trace community development and explore cultural complexity in the American South. He is co-recipient of an Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) Mellon Foundation Faculty Renewal Grant for Project Mosaic: Zora Neale Hurston: A Multidisciplinary Exploration of African-American Culture (2010), a digital project exploring African-American experience, an ACS Faculty Advancement Grant for Urban Dreams and Urban Disruptions: Transforming Travel Study and Undergraduate Archival Research with Collaborative Interdisciplinary Digital Tools (2012), an ACS/R1 University Mellon Foundation Collaborative Project grant to explore the creation of digital collaborative ventures to enhance undergraduate engagement with diaspora topics and texts (2014) and a ACS/R1 Planning Grant for the Digital Literacy and Collaborative Learning Workshop, designed to enhance faculty digital literacy (2017). His publications on digital pedagogy have appeared in Teaching Education for Sustainable Development at the University Level (2016) and Perspective and Resources for the College Classroom (forthcoming).