Workshop on Communication, LEGO, and Serious Play. Led by Patrick Corbett and Me: Wed, Apr 5, 12-1pm

If you’re around City Tech tomorrow and would like to learn how Patrick Corbett and I are building students’ communication skills with LEGO and Serious Play activities, stop by the Faculty Commons in N-227, Wed, Apr 5, 12-1:00PM. We’re only talking for about 5 minutes. The rest of the time will be hands-on activities withContinue reading “Workshop on Communication, LEGO, and Serious Play. Led by Patrick Corbett and Me: Wed, Apr 5, 12-1pm”

Connect with the Science Fiction Research Association Online via Web, Email, Facebook, and Twitter

The Science Fiction Research Association (SFRA) is the oldest professional organization devoted to the study and teaching of science fiction and fantasy across all media, including print, film, television, and video games. Besides joining the organization and receiving access to publications and journals, including SFRA Review, Extrapolation, and Science Fiction Studies, as well as qualifyingContinue reading “Connect with the Science Fiction Research Association Online via Web, Email, Facebook, and Twitter”

Blogging, Philip K. Dick, Percy Shelley, and Belief Systems

This is the third and final post of a three part series that explores some issues and ideas proposed to me by Mack Hassler as part of the independent study that he’s conducting for me on the works of Philip K. Dick. What would Philip K. Dick do with a blog? How might he haveContinue reading “Blogging, Philip K. Dick, Percy Shelley, and Belief Systems”

Notes on Percy Bysshe Shelley’s A Refutation of Deism: In a Dialog

This is part two of a three part post series that explores some issues and ideas proposed to me by Mack Hassler as part of the independent study that he’s conducting for me on the works of Philip K. Dick. Shelley, Percy Bysshe. “Extract from A Refutation of Deism: In a Dialog.” Romantic Period WritingsContinue reading “Notes on Percy Bysshe Shelley’s A Refutation of Deism: In a Dialog”

Notes on Percy Bysshe Shelley’s “The Necessity of Atheism”

This is part one of a three part post series that explores some issues and ideas proposed to me by Mack Hassler as part of the independent study that he’s conducting for me on the works of Philip K. Dick.  He asked me to consider the ways in which the thinking of Shelley and DickContinue reading “Notes on Percy Bysshe Shelley’s “The Necessity of Atheism””