Category Archives: Liking

Best Rhetoric & Composition Books, Articles, and Experiences of 2011

Inspired by the Crunk Feminist Collective’s “Year in Crunkness,” I’m writing today about the things that get me crunk and keep me crunk in Rhetoric & Composition. Hope you can relate and enjoy! The Affect Theory Reader helped me see … Continue reading

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Poetry to Incite Revision

Curriculum It is such a shock being back from the wild valley where for months I lived in a tent within the sound of wolves howling, where bears ambled down mountains to wander through camp dressed in the cream of … Continue reading

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Teaching Digital Natives

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Ethan Philbrick Doing Dances in Public Spaces

Only minutes after my last post, I discovered this amazing blog by local Ethan Philbrick, where we does unique/unusual forms of movement in public spaces around Cincinnati.  I hope to use this next quarter in my 102 course on writing … Continue reading

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On “The World Without Us”

 When voting for this book, I was excited about the many current issues that it might invite into the classroom.  For example, I thought debates on global warming, technology, nature and disorder, developmental psychology, Darwinism, imperialism, decay, destruction, and reconstruction … Continue reading

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