...fauxvolutionary geniuses who can't distinguish Trump from Clinton or "Leave" from "Remain" because there is, indeed, much to criticize across the board.
Fanon "Concerning Violence" today, with genuflections toward Black Skin, White Masks, but also reparations, redlining, highway infrastructure. Discussions of secularity and pluralism as against anarchism and fundamentalism in non-violence literature deferre...
You know, Britain was always a half-assed member of the EU and a force bolstering
its austerians: So, when it comes crawling back in a few years let it be on a more demanding, more equitable EU's terms.
Looks like I'll be teaching a version of my Patriarchal Conviction in Greek and Roman Rhetoric course at UCB this Fall, just got a last minute offer from the Rhet Department. Since I'm already teaching a grad seminar on fetishism/figuration and an undergrad...
Everybody says don't. Everybody says don't get out of line. When they say that, then lady that's a sign, Nine times out of ten, Lady, you are doing just fine. pic.twitter.com/rO4ZvNaebU — Barbra Streisand (@BarbraStreisand) June 16, 2016 Yeah, it's Barbra a...
- UC Berkeley and San Francisco Art InstituteTeacher and Writer, present
From Wikipedia: "Dale Carrico (born 1965) is an American critical theorist and rhetorician. He has extensively criticized the commercially-inflected rhetoric of futurology and the prudence of geoengineering. Carrico is a lecturer in the Department of Rhetoric at the University of California at Berkeley, from which he received his PhD. in 2005, and is also a member of the visiting faculty at the San Francisco Art Institute... [He] teaches philosophy, critical theory, and science and technology studies, focusing on the planetarity of both environmental concerns and peer-to-peer media formations [and] writes about the politics of technoscience, developmentalist ideology, futurological subcultures, and the suffusion of public life by marketing norms on his blog, Amor Mundi."
- St. Ignatius, Riverside Elementary, Floyd Central HS, IU Bloomington, Georgia State, UC Berkeley