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CONJURE AS RHETORICAL TRADITION, CRAFT, AND LITERARY PHILOSOPHY (PAMLA 2015, Portland)

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of presenting my work at PAMLA.  The talk, “Conjure as Rhetorical Tradition, Craft, and Literary Philosophy:  Some Critical Notes on Zora Neale Hurston’s Art of Writing” was part of an African-American Literature panel, in which… Continue Reading

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Education as an Enterprise and the Crisis of Expertise: The Case of TechChange

A few days ago, I decided to request to join a bunch of “closed” Facebook groups about various topics about emerging technologies to network and keep up with the various ways in which people are discussing these subjects.  One group was… Continue Reading