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I still remember waking up the morning of June 12, 2016. The night before, I had crashed in a friend’s Vancouver, BC, apartment. Later that day I was heading to the Digital Humanities Summer Institute. That morning I checked my phone only to find more new text messages than I usually have in a week....

Recent Articles

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The Reality of Political Visual Rhetoric
08 Jul 2020
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Adaptive Pedagogy
05 Jul 2020
On a rope bridge, how solid are the sides? How constrained is the hiker? How important is the connection? Why use a rope bridge anyway?
The (F)Utility of References
26 Jun 2020

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