curriculum Vitae








andrew klobucar is an associate professor in the humanities at new jersey Institute of technology, newark new jersey.

his writings, research and teaching continue to focus on the important role media technology plays in contemporary cultural practices, with a specific emphasis on electronic literary criticism, programmable poetics, and theories in computationalism and writing.

in addition to his critical work, he has developed software for writing instruction and written on the use of programmable media in classroom instruction. related projects include ongoing collaborative research with NJIT and Princeton’s educational testing services (ETS) on the use of automated essay scoring (AES) software in undergraduate composition and rhetoric.

his forthcoming book on the influence of algorithmic programming and information theory on poetics and literary criticism, entitled, The Algorithmic Impulse: Programmable Writing and the Aesthetics of Information will be published by Alabama University Press.

recent publications include “automated essay evaluation and the teaching of writing,” published in Handbook of Automated Essay Evaluation: Current Applications and New Directions. Ed. Mark D. Shermis, Jill Burstein, and Sharon “the ABC’s of viewing: material poetics and the literary screen.” from text to txting: new media in the vlassroom. (indiana up, 2012)