Monthly Archives: August 2010

Let Me Tell You a Story

Me (reading Lyotard’s Postmodern Condition) Rowan: “What are you doing daddy?” Me: “I’m reading a book about why people go to school.” Rowan: “Oh.” Me: “Why do you go to school?” Rowan: “I go to school to BE QUIET!” Casey’s … Continue reading

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Jonathan Swift

Working with Ulmer’s Internet Invention this summer, I’ve had a number of projects exploring students’ crises of faith. Responding to these projects got me thinking of Swift’s later poem “Day of Judgment,” written near the end of a career as … Continue reading

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