Monthly Archives: July 2011

Bread Yes. But Roses Too.

When you have a blog with one post that maybe 25 facebook friends read two months ago, you don’t expect your autobiographical response to a series of essays that have been bothering you to get 3000 page views, 650 facebook … Continue reading

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Working Classes

Yet another “humanities grad school is bad, mmmkay” piece is making the rounds on the internet. This one expands William Pannapacker’s range of influence from the specialized readership of the Chronicle and IHE to Slate.com’s wider audience. Pannapacker’s columns, which … Continue reading

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