Tag Archives: Cognitive Dissonance

Transition-Aggression-Transgression. [Repeat]

Aaaand now, it’s the last few days of August. This entire month has been spent in a state of transition: *End of summer break *End of old lease *Looking for a newer used vehicle *Starting new lease *Starting to re-engage … Continue reading

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And So I Waited.

Plummet. Everyday I sit and think to myself, “I’ll wait ’til things die down,” But every day things unremittingly accrue, and I begin to drown In my deep and tragic melancholy within the ocean of Black Death, On a raft … Continue reading

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Cognitive Dissonance, Prose, and Thangs

This has been quite a month so far. I’ve been really struggling with my direction in life because right now, praxis is not living up to theory. I’m living the reality that academia is not a safe space. It’s tough … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration- Week 12: Listener Discretion Advised.

This week we continued our discusion of sound, though we focused more specifically on the gendering of sound. This might be a far stretch from what we actually read, but the readings started me┬áthinking about the gendering of particular queer … Continue reading

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Let Us Trouble the Neatly-Packaged Theoretical and Critical Rhetoric and Expose the Embodied Disarray That is The Radical Scholar/Activist

I’m passionate. I’m inspired. I’m perplexed & troubled. As I am FINALLY beginning to be able to focus on my classes following my traverse through all that red tape comprising the first 2 months of the academic year, I am … Continue reading

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