Entries from March 2008

Sunday, March 23rd, 2008

Sex and the Married Governor

The week that Eliot Spitzer came clean (pun intended) about his creative financing of sessions with a high-end sex worker, my students in the second semester of a survey of world literature course were looking at Freud’s account of his patient “Dora.” I’ve configured the world lit course as an exploration (I just typed and […]

Wednesday, March 5th, 2008

North for Spring Break: A Working Holiday

When most campus denizens have headed south for spring break, I have perversely traveled north, to do some consulting work for a research-intensive flagship state university. I am engaged in faculty professional development with professors in a health science field in order to help them with professional scholarly writing (e.g. articles, grant applications). Although science […]