Seeing, Recognizing, Understanding, Thinking, Assessing, and Acting in and about the World Cannot Be Separated from the Term “Reading” | A Conversation with Patrick Shannon
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by Paul T. Corrigan
3M ago
I spoke by email with with Patrick W. Shannon, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Education, at Penn State, about his 2011 book Reading Wide Awake: Politics, Pedagogies, & Possibilities (New York ..read more
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Reading as a Listener | A Conversation with Amy Lombardi
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by Paul T. Corrigan
8M ago
“We need to learn to listen and read and interpret messages more thoughtfully,” Amy Lombardi told me. A doctoral student at the University of California at Davis, Lombardi says such ..read more
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Asking Students to *Really* Read Each Other’s Writing | A Conversation with Timothy Oleksiak
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by Paul T. Corrigan
1y ago
I spoke with Dr. Timothy Oleksiak, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts—Boston, about two of his essays, “A Queer Praxis for Peer Review” and “Slow Peer Review ..read more
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What the Archives of Actual Classrooms Tell about the History of Teaching | A Conversation with Rachel Buurma and Laura Heffernan
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by Paul T. Corrigan
1y ago
In The Teaching Archive: A New History for Literary Study Dr. Rachel Sagner Buurma and Dr. Laura Heffernan turn to archives from the actual classrooms of major literary critics of the past century to see what the available course documents tell about the history of the teaching of literature. This approach contrasts with existing histories, such as Gerald Graff's Professing Literature, which are based on archives of published works about teaching rather than archives of teaching itself. While this book will naturally interest literature teachers most, I think that Buurma and Heffernan's method ..read more
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Disagreeing with(in) Antiracism | A Conversation with Erec Smith
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by Paul T. Corrigan
1y ago
I sat down with Dr. Erec Smith, Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition at York College, to discuss his book A Critique of Anti-Racism in Rhetoric and Composition: The Semblance ..read more
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Now You’ve Read Those Things, Too | A Conversation with Arlene Wilner
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by Contributor
1y ago
I sat down with Dr. Arlene Wilner, Professor of English at Rider University, to discuss her new book Rethinking Reading in College: An Across-the-Curriculum Approach. Central to her approach is ..read more
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Help Students Do Meaningful Work | A Conversation with Sherry Lee Linkon
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by Paul T. Corrigan
2y ago
I so enjoyed talking with Dr. Sherry Lee Linkon, Professor of English and Director of the Writing Program at Georgetown University, about her book, Literary Learning: Teaching the English Major ..read more
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Turning to the Humanities in a Crisis
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by Contributor
2y ago
By Jason J. Gulya Way back in my pre-COVID days, I designed an advanced composition course around the topic of social media and technology. I thought I was cool. I ..read more
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White Teachers Are a Problem | A Conversation with Asao Inoue
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by Paul T. Corrigan
3y ago
“You are the problem . . . Your body perpetuates racism,” Dr. Asao Inoue told a group of his white colleagues earlier this year in his chair’s address at the ..read more
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Becoming the Kind of Person Who Does These Things | A Conversation with Sheridan Blau
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by Paul T. Corrigan
3y ago
In our conversation below, Sheridan Blau and I discuss how education changes not just what a person knows and can do but who a person is. Learning carpentry makes someone ..read more
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