Now that I've completed Year 3 on the tenure track, I'm finally reaching a point where I feel ready to work on serious, in-depth scholarship again. (At teaching-heavy institutions -- and especially in service-heavy disciplines -- the time and space to crank out anything more than a conference paper or an on-campus talk is impossible … Continue reading Getting Back to Writing…
The Five Stages of Every Dissertation Writing Day
Some thoughts from "a friend" on what it's like to work from home on a typical dissertation writing day.
3-for-3: Back from the Blogging Dead
3-for-3, Episode 2.1: Failure on an #epic scale; David (Rutgers U. graduate faculty) vs. Goliath (Pearson eCollege), Part 1; David (avant-garde poetry) vs. Goliath (capitalism), Part 2
Spambot Poetry, Vol. 1
In which we're dazzled by the literary exploits of 21st century technology.
Two Thoughts on My First Academic Publication
After having my first review published, some brief thoughts on the collaborative writing process, shifting notions of "audience" for young academics, and the production of "meticulous, responsible" scholarship.