Monthly Archives: October 2016

Either/Or [Versus?] Yes/And: Towards an Ethos of Inclusivity and Inquiry in the Twenty-First Century Classroom

The following is a presentation on inclusivity and collaborative inquiry practices that I gave as part of the “Far Out!” Roundtable discussion at the 2016 International Congress on Medieval Studies. Either/Or [Versus?] Yes/And: Towards an Ethos of Inclusivity and Inquiry … Continue reading

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The View From My Desk: Week Six

Welcome back! We’ve just finished Week Six of classes, and naturally, that means that things are a bit more hectic around here than they were during Week Two. I’ve now taught 60 class sessions spread across five different courses, which … Continue reading

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