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The Atomic Priesthood and Other Opportunities for Cross-Campus Collaboration

Last month, I wrote about how the Sokal hoax was an opportunity for humanists and scientists to cross campus and start working together, and that one of the fruits of this collaboration is the relatively new field of ecocriticism. Peter C. van Wyck’s book Signs of Danger: Waste, Trauma, and …

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Required Readings

Class size, homeschoolers, blogging prof and a little WTF! Required readings 3/6/2014

Wondering about stuff?  You’ve come to the right place. In case you were wondering why kindergarten needs so many teachers , there’s quite a bit of evidence that class size does matter. Wondered about how  homeschooling intersects with the Quiverfull movement? Hairpin posted this this interview with 2  complaining, ungrateful, …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 5 November 2013

Good morning, everyone! Here are your Tuesday Required Readings: -Atheist group banned from volunteering at soup kitchen hands out care packages instead. -Supreme Court will hear on Wednesday arguments against Greece, New York having prayer at its town board meetings. -Advanced degrees do not guarantee exemption from financial hardship. -The …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 4 July 2013

Greetings, teachers and learners! Did you enjoy your bratwursts and fireworks? Or if you’re in the UK, did you shake your fists at “the one that got away”? Regardless, I’ve got some required reading for you to complete. Better late than never. And I know you’ve been waiting all day …

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