Blackman, Lisa. "The Subject of Affect: Bodies, Process, Becoming." Immaterial Bodies Affect, Embodiment, Mediation. London: Sage, 2012. 1-25. Print. To remember: bodies are not considered stable things or entities, but rather are processes which extend into and are immersed in worlds. That is, rather than talk of bodies, we might instead talk of brain–body–world entanglements, … Continue reading Blackman, Lisa. “The Subject of Affect: Bodies, Process, Becoming”
Plato. "Phaedrus." The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present. Ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg. 2nd ed. Boston & New York: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2001. 138-68. Print. mentions of art [techne]: S: And it is worthwhile to adduce also the fact that those men of old who invented names thought that madness was … Continue reading techne [art] in plato’s phaedrus
in planning for the fall term, i came across a note to future self from past self. 'try proprioceptive writing method in wrtg120.' so here i sit with Vivaldi, revisiting Metcalf&Simon's Writing the Mind Alive  and planning a student workshop. this method centers on process writing - not formal/crafted. the writing is done in a 25-minute burst [optimal … Continue reading proprioceptive writing.
a blurry omission. absence recast as agency. [for she or me?] resilience redacted. re-crafted. in tenacity [or blind obstinacy]. off kilter-ed, but balancing [barely]. fled fragility. embraced uncharted. free-ish. cloaking embodied residue of fragments of memories of guilt-[hate]-love. reduced to pixels. no hard copy or soft teddy bear or contact or try. no, no nothing. … Continue reading absence recast
[Excerpts from a paper composed in "Issues in the Teaching of Writing" with Dr. Cathy Fleischer] Research as a Living Process in and beyond the First-year Writing Classroom My Experience This term, I have experienced some real sticking points in the teaching of research in my WRTG 121, Researching the Public Experience, classroom. On … Continue reading Research as a Living Process in and Beyond the First-year Writing Classroom