Posts Tagged ‘4 Barnacles of the Apocalypse’

Metropolitan Museum of Art – May 24, 2009

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

While my department dillydallies over its future, I’m exploring new ways to teach. That means a lot of field testing. The latest: Visiting the MET Sunday, May 24. Armed with a Panasonic Luminix DMC-LX3 point-n’-shoot. For now, I want to keep things simple: Pictures of MET visitors taking pictures.

Going to the MET was a friend’s idea.


A Xmas Present for The Four Barnacles of the Apocalypse?

Monday, May 18th, 2009


A Mid Semester Report (of a Sort) for Spring, 2009

Monday, March 16th, 2009

A quickie: Not one student has whined nor snarled nor pleaded that he or she can’t or won’t do assignments because:

  • the assignments interfere with his/her internship.
  • the assignments interfere with his/her job.
  • h/s doesn’t want to do them.


Protected: Dogfighting in the Department of Chimera (A Work in Progress) Part II

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

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Must Reading for the 4 Barnacles of the Apocalypse and Other Colleagues

Friday, February 27th, 2009

I am recommending the New York Times’ Stanley Fish February 16 column, Is the Academy Different? for the benefit of the 4 Barnacles of the Apocalypse* and other colleagues confused about tenets and canons of Academic Freedom.