Why the Authorship Question Matters

Over the holidays, I was discussing the Shakespeare Authorship Controversy with my father in law. He is an admitted novice when it comes to Shakespeare, but - like most of us - he has some basic experience with the plays. He was unfamiliar with the fact that there is a group of people who doubt... Continue Reading →

Teaching the Basics

Today we are going to look into how we can lay the foundation, but before we do that, I want to take a moment to respond to some great feedback/questions I received. Hopefully, this will make these ideas more well rounded and, as always, I would love to get some input from other teachers. First,... Continue Reading →

Libraries are Awesome.

Can we all just agree that libraries are awesome places? Even just the most basic concept is awesome. You go in, pick up a book, check it out, read it, and bring it back. No money spent (unless you return it late) and you have access to hundreds and thousands of books. Awesome, right? But,... Continue Reading →

New Job

Hey guys! Guess what? Grad school takes all of your free time and throws it into a black hole, never to be seen or experienced again. When writing 10-20 page papers, suddenly writing anything else becomes┬ásignificantly more difficult. Sigh. ANYWAY, good news. Grad school is over (cue angel chorus). Now I can focus on the... Continue Reading →

The Question of Research

First of all, I apologize for the summer hiatus. There were some more pressing issues that I had to attend to, which took priority over blogging. I apologize. However, this did not stop my reading and research and I have a stack of books just waiting to be read, so the next few months should... Continue Reading →

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