Category Archives: electracy

First Day, Fall 2012

Somehow it is already the first day of classes for 2012. I am not sure where my summer went. I am excited to teach a new grad class this semester, New Media Production. The course differs from the other grad … Continue reading

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Web writing, postpedagogy, social expressivism, and Grassi

Leahy and I have been writing an article on web writing. Here’s one of my conclusions (I think I have 3 write now) for the theory section: We began this explication of social expressivism by highlighting Socratic traces in Elbow’s … Continue reading

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What is Rhetoric?

Our FYC program writes and publishes their own textbook every year. This year, they asked me to write a short introduction addressing what rhetoric is and why one might study it. Here’s my answer (probably rife with errors, it could … Continue reading

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Here, Hear Ulmer (Or, U Might Learn Electracy, Really)

Today professor Ulmer visited University of South Florida to give a talk on electracy and have a discussion with our graduate students. I had the pleasure of introducing Professor Ulmer. Here’s my introduction (I have some notes from the talk … Continue reading

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An Insignificant MyStory (Part 3)

In between posts with Casey today, I did manage to get some work done. Particularly, I’m working on prepping for my summer course. I will be teaching a 6 week upper-division expository writing course. Usually, I teach expository writing as … Continue reading

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