About Michael J. Faris
Assistant Professor of English with research areas in digital literacy, privacy and social media, and queering rhetorics.
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My first appointment at the Writing Center this afternoon was a bit frustrating because the paper was good and concise, and the assignment was merely to summarize (although it was a lot of summary) the research on the topic, so … Continue reading
Dennis Bennett at the OSU Writing Center has created a really cool portal where Writing Assistants can blog about their thougths, anxieties, and experiences. It seems to be a really cool venue for students to post their thoughts about the … Continue reading
I’ve realized that I haven’t posted as often here as I’d like, especially about the Writing Center, about the history of rhetoric, and about my thesis and brainstorming for it. It’s just that I’ve been so busy this quarter. I … Continue reading
I’m a little disappointed. Yesterday, I had three great Writing Center appointments. My first one was an OWL (so, I guess not an appointment), which I really enjoyed. My third one was with my thesis student, which went pretty well. … Continue reading