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Richard Graham is a doctoral fellow at the University of Exeter, UK. He received his BA in English and MA in English (with specialism in Criticism and Theory) from the University of Exeter. His Ph.D. thesis concerns the effects of web search engine technologies, principally Google, on our understanding and perceptions of knowledge. Asking, in what ways might Google change the way we think, learn, and participate in notions of community? Particularly important to his research is putting these questions into a global context.

 

Richard teaches literary and cultural theory at the University of Exeter and sailed on his first Semester at Sea voyage in Fall 2014, working as a teaching assistant for classes in Atlantic History and Architectural History and in the writing centre.

 

On the Spring 2016 voyage Richard will be teaching Travel Writing, acting as a teaching assistant for the Global Music lens course and working in the writing centre. Richard looks forward to climbing aboard once more and being a part of the exciting learning community that Semester at Sea offers.

 

Richard teaches literary and cultural theory at the University of Exeter and sailed on his first Semester at Sea voyage in Fall 2014, working as a teaching assistant for classes in Atlantic History and Architectural History and in the writing centre.

 

On the Spring 2016 voyage Richard will be teaching Travel Writing, acting as a teaching assistant for the Global Music lens course and working in the writing centre. Richard looks forward to climbing aboard once more and being a part of the exciting learning community that Semester at Sea offers.

 

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