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Anne Dalke's picture

Trying it out

Trying out your proposal (and trying out if I understand it...)
on the 3 essays we'll be reading for our next session:
our buzz words might be "method," "interpretation" and "thinking."
Since each of the essays  argues "against" one of these things,
I have a general question about how useful we'll find it to be taking
an antagonist position--as well as a more specific question about the
usefulness, in our conversations, of pairing two concepts that are
in tension w/ one another.

So: a friendly amendment to Bharath's proposal:
let's do keywords, but not oppositional ones.


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