teaching

Adventures in a Pop Art MOOC

I finished the Warhol MOOC in Coursera, which unfortunately ended with me having to evaluate three student essays, a job I detested for pay, so was not happy about doing for free. Well, not totally unhappy either, since they use… Read More ›

analysis, ICYMI

I enjoyed reading articles and books about literature, including literary theory, more than reading the literature itself. How did that affect my teaching when literature was the subject? Not sure, but I know it frustrated me to no end when… Read More ›

mashup workshops

Do people still say mashup? I never really cared for it, but its meaning is pretty commonly understood. I guess I could say two-headed or hybrid or bifurcated or forked. Anyway, I’m tinkering with workshop topics and am doing the… Read More ›