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I honestly have no idea what most of this Comm Theory means, but I think it is cool students were interested enough in my experience on social media to study it! I am sharing with permission from Mike, soon-to-be KU grad! Capstone Poster Possible Final Copy
I don’t think I am worthy of an encomium, but I do think it is cool one of my WGS students thinks I am. With Tyler’s permission, sharing this super-sweet essay. Nevertheless, She Persisted: A Professor’s Perseverance against Hate Have you ever had a professor who caused an uproar on social media with just one […]
One of my rad students wrote this profile of me for her class: Colleen Clemens sits outside the cafe within the Rohrbach Library at Kutztown University, coffee cup in hand, awaiting her interview. As per usual, her hair is tousled into a messy bun, the under layer a magenta purple. She sports a graphic […]
I am going on strike because this is my twentieth year in the classroom and I am on step four at my university because the state system 1) did not see any “connection” between my other years of teaching and my teaching at KU and 2) refused to negotiate a contract with us once already […]
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Just as I was 15 years ago when the horrors began to unfold, today I was teaching when we remembered the planes hitting buildings. Today church bells rang twice during my class. Today I knew what those bells were for. Fifteen years ago I was teaching second period, Honors English 12. It was a […]
In the past three days, I have been interviewed twice about trigger warnings. What I have realized from these two interviews is that many issues are being conflated into one, and the term “trigger warning” is now synonymous with “censorship.” You can listen to my ten-minute interview with Dom Giordano on CBS Radio here. I was […]