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Boulder Papers

Previous posts in Reason & Romanticism have toed the line between blog entry and academic paper, but this one stands squarely in the category of the former. Last night I returned from a five-day stay in beautiful Boulder, Colorado, where I attended the 20th annual British Women Writers Conference. It was my first conference presentation … Continue reading

Call for Papers – Teaching and Knowledge at the Fin de Siècle

Edited Collection CFP: Pedagogies of the End: Teaching and Knowledge at the Fin de Siècle Co-Editors: Dan Bivona, Arizona State University; and Helena Gurfinkel, Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville This collection explores a possible relationship between the fin in the fin de siècle (the turn of the nineteenth century) and pedagogy. We welcome essays about … Continue reading

No, I Really Mean It

I was browsing through the Chronicle’s “Era in Ideas” feature, the last of which is on tolerance. In this section, Omid Safi, a professor of religious studies, explores the titular concept in the context of the States’ post-9/11 “discourse about Islam and Muslims.” I’m not writing about politics, though. Sometimes an unrelated sequence of actions … Continue reading

Cheaters Never Prosper

Chronicle writer Marc Perry’s “NYU Prof Vows Never to Probe Cheating Again—and Faces a Backlash” will certainly elicit polarized reactions (as it already has in the comments section), but it’s imperative that humanities educators, especially those who teach writing-intensive courses, recognize that dealing with cheating/plagiarism can be a huge time-suck and can lead to a hostile … Continue reading

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