SOCIAL MEDIA FROM THE QUIET CORNER OF THE ROOM

When I was in college, I worked as a student assistant to a philosophy professor. It was a good gig for me – I was majoring in philosophy and hoped to teach it in college myself some day.

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RIGGING THE ALGORITHM ON TIKTOK

I wrote in my Getting started post that I still have facebook and instagram accounts. I no longer post there, but I’ve not yet deleted them (as much as meta would let me delete them, that is).

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ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTALIZATION AND TEACHING MENTALITY

Alfred North Whitehead:
…the increasing departmentalization of universities during the last hundred years, however necessary for administrative purposes, tends to trivialize the mentality of the teaching profession.

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LIVED LIFE AND STORIES

Claire Messud:
Each of us is made up of our lived experiences, of course; but also, both consciously and unconsciously, of all the stories that we have heard, read, or watched.

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ISN’T IT NICE TO BE HOME AGAIN?

Yesterday we returned home after just over two weeks away, doing things we enjoy doing, in a city we enjoy visiting.

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WRITING WHEN EMPTY

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