Category Archives: Academia

According to Georgia Law Makers, Queer Theory is Not Legitimate

This was sent out on a listserv I’m on: According to Republican lawmakers in Georgia and the Christian Coalition, queer theory is not a legitimate course of study. On CNN’s American Morning today, Carol Costello reported on Georgia’s recent variation … Continue reading

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speaking of digital vs. print

I too am bothered by College Composition and Communication‘s decision to put only excerpts to the Re-Visions and Review essays in the print issue and to put the full text online. Go to Deb’s post for a great discussion about … Continue reading

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notes from the interblags: too many tabs open again!

• Queerty: Despite opening in only 36 theatres, Gus Van Sant’s film Milk came in 10th in box office sales over the weekend. Perhaps this means that it might come to Penntucky. I want to see it, though I’m pretty … Continue reading

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cite check

Inside Higher Ed has a post about poor citation in academic publishing. I’ve noticed this problem a few times in journal articles and books: misspelled authors’ names, wrong journal volume numbers, a bibliographic entry that doesn’t have the translator listed, … Continue reading

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notes from the interblags: just some links

I’m going to have to give up on writing on some of these things, though I’ve wanted to. Some tabs that have been left open on my browser over the last month or so: • “The White Anti-Racist is an … Continue reading

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