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Conversations with Corbynites

Introduction

I’m what I think most would consider ‘highly politically informed’ — that is to say, I spend a considerable amount of time following and thinking about political issues, policy proposals and so on. 3,606 more words

Essays

Web 2.0, Intro. to Rhetoric, and Sherman Activity

Welcome back! You’ve made it to day two of class. ;)

We have a lot to do today, so let’s get to it.

Web 2.0  302 more words

Rhetoric

CRAFTING POETRY

Hello everyone,

Here we are again, with Wednesday coming to a close. Though at the time of writing, my Wednesday has just started. Today, I’d like to talk about writing poetry, mostly because I really like doing it, but also because someone asked me how I write poetry so easily. 499 more words

Thought

University of Notre Dame Assistant/Early Associate Professorship in Latina/o Literature

Deadline: October 30

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “We are open to all historical periods, from the colonial era to the present, and to all conceptual areas of inquiry, including but not limited to post-colonial studies, the study of gender, sexuality, class, … 10 more words

Tenure-track

Disturbing Hegemonic Discourse & Academic Publishing

I’m really excited to announce my first publication. This is a project I started during the first semester of graduate school (two years ago this month). 291 more words

Grad School

In the face of tragedy

There’s nothing better for me than a feel-good story. I love them and those are the kind I prefer writing, but that’s not possible because hard news and other things comes with the job. 883 more words

Images of a Broken World

I don’t have much time for today for a longer post, but as I was working through some older e-mail, I ran across the NRP weekly I get and saw this powerful image: 1,452 more words

Society