Monthly Archives: March 2014

Quiet Thoughts Made Explicit: Acknowledging Existential Crisis Within the Academic Industrial Complex

I’m sitting here in the middle of the night, staring at my computer screen. I wish I could sleep, or find rest, or pause because I’m just so tired of trying. I’m tired of hoping that I at least touch … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration: Week 9- Cyborg No More: We. Are. Artisans.

This week, we explored the issue of technology within the bigger ‘New Materialism’ subject heading. We were to read Wilk’s, “Where Looks Don’t Matter and Only the Best Writers Get Laid,” and Gill-Peterson’s blog post, “We are Not Cyborg Subjects, … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration: Week 8, New Materialism- “Discourse is Not a Synonym For Language…”

After last week’s (not so) Spring Break, we are back and on a new subject entitled, New Materialism. Generally, this topic is one that is challenging feminism’s linguistic turn. What I find it demanding of us is to recognize HOW … Continue reading

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