Please be sure and read my latest publication at Inside Higher Ed, “19 More Things I’ve Learned about Teaching Undergraduates (so far),” also known as 19 More Lessons About Teaching. Please sure your thoughts and comments. Thanks!
This blog post explores philosophy of history with a brief examination of the human reliance on “the century” and “the decade” to organize and understand human events.
People either love or hate Full House (1987-1995) and now Fuller House (2016-). One of many reasons to love these shows is that they provide a Queer outlook on family life, which has been almost completely ignored by the blogosphere. A “queered” analysis examines the ways in which a text relates or does not relate to what society has labeled asContinue reading “Queering “Full House” and “Fuller House””
One of many on-going culture wars pivots the “new” against the “old.” Specifically, in this case, the library is classified as being good and the safe-keeper of truth (i.e., books), while the Internet is seen as new and untrue, as in the meme below. My immediate reaction when seeing this meme is: not everything in the library is true eitherContinue reading “What is true? of value?: Information, Access, and the 21st Century”