Blogs I Follow
- Are you joking here New York Times? So what if it is James Heckman… the sample size is 37!
- Trump’s “America First” rhetoric? William Wyler had it pegged back in 1946.
- For everyone who served on a committee that had to write a report
- Maybe you studied abroad in Spain? Then you should watch El fin de ETA!
- Economic justice and basic income
- Activité à la bibliothèque de Kaya
- Une délégation de FAVL chez le Dima de Boussouma
- Les femmes mentors de Barsalogho II visitent la bibliothèque de Barsalogho
- Visite de la Coordinatrice régionale de CRS/Afrique de l'Ouest à la bibliothèque de Boussouma
- Sortie de supervision à la bibliothèque de Sebba
- Deuxième discussion du club de lecture à Bantogdo
- Don de livres en langues nationales
- Des journaux planètes enfants et planètes j'aime lire dans les bibliothèques de FAVL-BBII
- Don de livres à la bibliothèque communautaire de Zimtanga
- Books delivered to three Ghana libraries
- Camp de lecture à l'école Silmiyiri de Ouagadougou
- Great article about one of the FAVL donors who helped make a library happen in Burkina Faso
- AYA Afrika Foundation helps continue after school reading program in libraries in Ghana
- New motor bike for FAVL/CESRUD Ghana
- Visite guidée à la bibliothèque communautaire de Dablo
Category Archives: Being a teacher
Turns out in many states there is only a “single party consent” needed to record a conversation, and so students could record me in class. They are limited in what they can do, since the cannot “sell” my intellectual property. … Continue reading
Salient stories like these from the University of Oregon are worrisome to all faculty, whose job is “speech”
As a university professor, I know that much of my job involves engaging in speech. I do that “live” in front of students, I do it on Youtube recordings, I do it on a blog, I do it in academic … Continue reading
Because I am reading Baroque Times in Old Mexico, and Argalus and Parthenia is one of those poems that people read back in the 1600s! And I wondered what it was about. And then I learn that Francis Quarles is … Continue reading
None has or None have? Is there any grammar question more important than this? Maybe the Oxford comma?
Usage Note: It is widely asserted that none is equivalent to no one, and hence requires a singular verb and singular pronoun: None of the prisoners was given his soup. It is true that none is etymologically derived from the … Continue reading
I still cringe when my children say “on accident” but I do not correct them… Barratt’s study is dead on, is my personal experience. According to Barratt’s study, use of the two different versions appears to be distributed by age. … Continue reading
Reality check… mentioned this song in class today in discussion of racial discrimination in Boston mortgage market…
This little song that I’m singin’ about, People, you all know that it’s true, If you’re black and gotta work for livin’, Now, this is what they will say to you, They says: “If you was white, You’s alright, If … Continue reading
I know philosophers get very exercised about this, but I just can’t see it being more than the old adage: the hobgoblin of little minds is consistency. Indeed, in the world beyond grade school, where adults must exercise their moral … Continue reading