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Comment on #TheMediumIsTheMonster: forthcoming April 2018 by sarah m

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 20:47:30 +0000

Congratulations! I'm looking forward to reading it!



Comment on Two new poems by academicalism

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 05:29:09 +0000

thanks! and that's well said, about love.



Comment on Two new poems by Linda

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 04:29:10 +0000

Wow! Just wow! I love "Shadows the word"! I can't decide whether it's romantic or despairing, but it is love, and I suppose sometimes love is both.



Comment on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Research as a Public Good by Obsessed with Buffy, much? – Wellcome Collection Blog

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 15:05:55 +0000

[…] Unusually for a television show aimed at teenagers, characters in Buffy spend a lot of their time poring over books and manuscripts, trying to find the answers they need to fight the current threat. I won’t go into any more detail about this here because Mark A. McCutcheon wrote how Buffy “routinely dramatises research in action as a public good” and it’s worth a read on his blog. […]



Comment on Tips for giving constructive criticism on academic writing by Josh

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 18:29:38 +0000

im in highschool thanks for the help though i dont like what im doing in emglish class



Comment on Tips for giving constructive criticism on academic writing by jeebss

Sun, 26 Feb 2017 04:03:36 +0000

bollocks-never mind the passive



Comment on New MA course in literary studies: Gothic Transformations by academicalism

Sat, 18 Feb 2017 23:40:39 +0000

hey, you can still take MA-IS courses if you want - enroll as a "non-program" student. I've taken a couple of AU courses (one undergrad & one MA course) that way. It's yet another meaning of #lifelonglearning...



Comment on New MA course in literary studies: Gothic Transformations by amo

Sat, 18 Feb 2017 21:53:18 +0000

No fair - all these cool courses popping up after I've graduated!



Comment on A reflection on teaching Indigenous literature in Germany by amo

Sat, 18 Feb 2017 21:50:01 +0000

Fascinating, particularly that Walrus article. This here German, too, read stacks of Karl May, and ended up in Canada in part motivated by the romanticism of those stories. (One of my first crushes was Winnetou, from an open-air production of a Karl May adaptation I saw when I was 12.) There is a powerful "Other" discourse surrounding the "Red Indian" myth in Europe - much as for some Americans, historic Europe is the land of dreams that gets enshrined in fiction and re-enacted in Renaissance Fairs. Except that there aren't any medieval or Victorian Europeans around any more who could write from their own perspectives today and set the record straight...