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Bruce J. Martin
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Bruce is an associate professor of writing at Lone Star College while completing his PhD in Rhetoric, Composition, and Pedagogy at the University of Houston. His academic interests include constrastive rhetorics and ethnography in college composition.
Bruce is an associate professor of writing at Lone Star College while completing his PhD in Rhetoric, Composition, and Pedagogy at the University of Houston. His academic interests include constrastive rhetorics and ethnography in college composition.

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Our Undocumented Students -- Part 3 -- An Update
“Nothing that is worth doing can be achieved in our lifetime; therefore we must be saved by hope.  Nothing which is true or beautiful or good makes complete sense in any immediate context of history; therefore we must be saved by faith.  Nothing we do, howe...
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A version of this is published in the current issue of the LSCS  Advocate . Our Undocumented Students -- Part 2 The Threat of the State It does not allow that the sacrifices imposed on a few are outweighed by the larger sum of advantages enjoyed by many. Th...
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A Conversation with the Community College Addressing Our Responsibilities to Undocumented Students
A version of this is published in the current issue of the LSCS Advocate . Our Undocumented Students and the Union’s Responsibilities Politics exists because those who have no right to be counted as speaking beings make themselves of some account. (Jacques ...
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Houston Students, #Harvey Edition
Thursday, 31 August, Starbucks. Home power is off and I needed to get
out of the house and hear peoples’ voices and the sounds of the store machines,
the aroma of hot coffee. The store wifi is off right now and that’s fine. I
don’t need to be connected all ...
Houston Students, #Harvey Edition
Houston Students, #Harvey Edition
cavellaminor.blogspot.com
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Returning to the Topic -- The Idealism of Community College
Responding to a late 20th century ideal of universal access to higher education for all Americans, especially those without the financial means or academic credentials to compete for established four-year universities, the vision of community colleges in th...
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"Freedom Caucus," of course, represents the dominant culture/ white nationalism, not for real most Texans. Reading their texts and published priorities demonstrate that they represent not freedom, but elitism and exclusion -- segregation on every platform.
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Agreed. I'm always surprised (I shouldn't be surprised) how chistianists [sic] betray their assumptions of ethics and turn the discourse of hate/fear into law such as #SB4  .
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"Over time, this leads to what you might call tribal epistemology: Information is evaluated based not on conformity to common standards of evidence or correspondence to a common understanding of the world, but on whether it supports the tribe’s values and goals and is vouchsafed by tribal leaders. “Good for our side” and “true” begin to blur into one.

Now tribal epistemology has found its way to the White House.

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What is ‘Fake News’?
What is ‘Fake News’?
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