- Easy-peas-y mashup
- Things to do / see / eat in the Santa Barbara area
- Short Story Clubbin’ (3/3)
- Short Story Clubbin’ (2/3)
- Short Story Clubbin’ (1/3)
- “No comment.”
- My occupation is approved by US Customs
- Gone with the what now?
- This is not a contest.
- Chicago-land Activities
- For some people, the glass is basically half full. Of chunks of glass.
- Maps of Texas! Yeehaw!
- And isn’t it ironic, dontcha think?
- I’m gonna let you finish, but…
- The War of 1812!
- We are living in a material world
- Just another foray into material culture and girlhood studies
- More on words
- Queering Barbie Dolls
- RIP Stompin’ Tom
- Thank you. No, thank-you!
- Irrational anger
- Let me get a big “hell yeah” for the tricks of pedagogy
- What do you NEED to know? (2/2)
- What do you NEED to know? (1/2)
- Words, words, words
- [Insert obligatory Valentine's Day post here.]
- What is a degree even good for? I mean, really.
- “Where’d you get that camera!?”
- Way to go, Little Company of Mary Hospital!
- Theory of mindlessness (or Whaaaat? – Part 4)
- Props to human geography teacher Molly Myers
- The game you can’t lose (or Whaaaat? – Part 3)
- Have you lost your marbles? (Or Whaaaat? – Part 2)
- Are you lost, little girl? (or Whaaaat? – Part 1)
- United Steaks? (1969 / 2009 mash up)
- Research mash-up
- The more you know…
- …other times, I send out even wackier emails.
- It’s every* cartoonist’s favo(u)rite day of the year!
- Sometimes, I send out wacky emails…
- You win some, you lose some…
- Kevin Keller is so dreamy
- Pick a side
- Kids these days…
- The most amazing book shop ever
- Carleton University Service Excellence Award 2011
Monthly Archives: February 2012
I’m on a small but exciting publishing streak this week! Publication the Second on my research of Canadian visual culture recently appeared in the Canadian Encyclopedia. Free advice: if you want to add a submission on a topic, contact the … Continue reading
A while back, I posted about my brief foray into the wonderful world of architecture. While preparing my All New, Improved, & Crunchier class for the IMSA Intersession program, I had reason to venture down into the towering black filing … Continue reading
The Canadian Journal of Law & Society recently published a book review that I wrote, “Louis Riel: A Comic-Strip Biography (review).” I am pretty stoked! (I hope that you have institutional access, but if not, shoot me an email and … Continue reading
Seriously, I am confused. First of all, I don’t know who is sending this magazine to our house, though I have my suspicions. Secondly, I have to ask: how can you have articles about being happy, having fun, loving yourself … Continue reading
Over coffee with one of my academically-inclined friends recently, we wound up comparing notes on advice that professors had given to us. She said that one of her professors told her not to be the “baking lady” or “mom” who … Continue reading
It’s more or less definitely (finally) winter here in the (more or less definitely) midwestern United States. Some people who live in my house have a mom who keeps the thermostat at 75F (that’s like 4 meters) and still gives … Continue reading
Really, my favo(u)rite part was when 8 adults got into a car with 5 seats (and an equal number of seat belts) for the drive to Red Rock Canyon. Obligatory vacation photos: Feel obliged.
Today I’d like to share an anecdote about grading (US) / marking (Canada). Apparently this is a hot enough item to warrant its own, fairly lengthy, wikipedia post. Once upon a time, in my first year of university (freshman year … Continue reading