Author Lisa Brundage


I work with evolutionary ecologist Dr Kelly O’Donnell to produce Macaulay’s annual BioBlitz. A BioBlitz is a 24-hour species survey of a specific area. At Macaulay, our entire sophomore class participates in a BioBlitz as the kickoff event for their… Continue Reading →

Night at the Museum

Working in conjunction with Associate Dean Joseph Ugoretz, SmartHistory founder Dr Beth Harris, and the Brooklyn Museum, we took all 500 of our first year Macaulay students for a unique and private evening at the museum on August 27, 2012…. Continue Reading →

Year of the Flood Project

In my FemTechNet course Imagining Gender: Exploring Narratives of Technology (fall 2013) students built a digital companion to Margaret Atwood’s novel Year of the Flood. My instructional technology fellow, Emily Sherwood, was an invaluable pedagogical collaborator. In lieu of a… Continue Reading →

The CUNY Innovation Survey

The CUNY Innovation Survey is a crowdsourced site with a folksonomy of CUNY-based digital projects. Because of the scale of the CUNY system, overcoming information silos, discovering new projects and finding colleagues for collaboration across campuses can be a major… Continue Reading →



Writing Sample

As a writing sample, I am sharing the introduction section of my dissertation War Baby: Race, Nation, and Cultural Conceptions of Lesbian Motherhood.  My dissertation was completed at the CUNY Graduate Center in 2012 under the advisement of Dr Jane… Continue Reading →

About Me

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I am currently Director of CUNY Advance, a project which seeks to support innovative, high-impact, faculty-driven projects at CUNY. I was previously the inaugural Postdoctoral Digital Learning Fellow at Macaulay Honors College at CUNY, after initially working as an Instructional… Continue Reading →

Interests & Presentations

My literary scholarship focuses on the early 20th century, with emphasis on the interwar period. I am especially interested in the mutually constitutive aspects of racial, sexual, and gender identity and how anxiety about these elements predominate narratives about motherhood…. Continue Reading →

Teaching & Learning

My teaching work throughout my years in graduate school took two tracks: traditional teaching work, including sections of composition and literature surveys and gender studies classes; and fellowship work through the CUNY Writing Fellows program and Instructional Technology Fellowship. In… Continue Reading →

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