Category Archives: Teaching

Resurfacing

Truthfully, I don’t even know where to start. The past month has been one of catching up and trying to maintain, and things are finally starting to stabilize. The SNHU class is finished, although the term didn’t go as strongly … Continue reading

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A small teaching rant, and a few fiber notes

I rarely say much these days about teaching, and I suppose that’s due in part to the peculiarity of the entire adjunct-in-a-foreign-environment situation.  Being an adjunct is simply weird enough, but compound it with a foreign system (note that “foreign” … Continue reading

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Spring 07, Literature and Realism

This week’s readings: 1. Chesnutt’s “The Goophered Grapevine”; 2. excerpt; Du Bois’s The Souls of Black Folks; 3. student blogs. Every class is different, and this one is no exception to that rule. There are 17 students, it’s a fully … Continue reading

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Two weeks later (long!)

I realized the other day that it’s been almost two weeks since I’ve posted, and it’s time to catch up. Things have been busy with a lot of cleanup from last fall and some startup for this term, but there’s … Continue reading

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