A CFP for a special session I'll be chairing at this year's Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA) conference in Riverside, CA (Oct. 31-Nov. 2)
Yup. Now that I've found this, there's really no reason to keep writing.
Today's dissertation-related quote, courtesy of philosopher Paul Ricoeur
Given my work with avant-garde poetry, I'm especially interested in the last 30 seconds or so of this clip, but DFW's remarks on the TV-literature relationship are also fun to think about.
3-for-3, Episode 2.4: Why Do Teachers Quit?; E-mails From the "Atlas Shrugged Guy"; Joyce Carol Oates vs. Robert Frost
3-for-3, Episode 2.2: What We Talk About When We Talk About Technology; Reviewing David Foster Wallace; The "Banality of Evil" and the Ethics of Whistleblowing