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God and The Entitled Republican

I am getting pretty tired of this line of talk. God did not write anything. HE didn’t even write his ten commandments, Moses did. God did not write The Declaration of Independence nor did he pen The United States Constitution. 440 more words

Haiku Series, #12

Photo taken by Andrew Joseph Pegoda, April 25, 2015, Pearland, Texas

Blankets of blue skies
Rain, hail, wind, thunder, lightning
Give way to sun rays   7 more words

Thoughts And Perspectives

Annotated Bookshelf: A Short History of Writing Instruction: From Ancient Greece to Contemporary America

Murphy, James J., ed. A Short History of Writing Instruction: From Ancient Greece to Contemporary America. 3rd ed. NY: Routledge, 2012.

With economy and rigor, these 8 essays explore the long history of writing instruction under all its guises, from grammar through rhetoric up to college composition. 235 more words

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Rhetorical Analysis . . . in Perspective

Hello everyone!  :)

Today, I write from my tiny little apartment bedroom where I hardly have enough space to do any exercising except a little bit of stretching and limited yoga. 476 more words

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“The Good Men Project” and Calls for Full Inclusion (Or, "Women" and "Men," Part II) - Website Review Series #3

I have been following The Good Men Project for at least a few years now and find myself regularly impressed with insightful, thoughtful articles. Indeed, the majority of these articles are perfect examples of how… 800 more words

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Annotated Bookshelf: Research on Written Composition

Hillocks, George, Jr. Research on Written Composition.  Urbana, IL: NCRE and ERIC/RCS, 1986.

With a hundred page bibliography, the thoroughness of Hillock’s review of the then-contemporary literature on composition is little in doubt. 348 more words

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My Computer-Literate Identity – A Metaliteracy Narrative

My name is Matthew Sansbury. I am a DALN Research Fellow and PhD Student in Composition and Rhetoric at Georgia State working at the intersections of multimodal composition and literacy studies. 554 more words