Today is the first day of the Autumn 2012 iteration of National Security Policy. Blog here, syllabus here, podcasts (will be) here. In addition to a host of smaller changes, I plan to run through a &
So I’ve mentioned before that the final project in my class is a creative one in which students must occupy the position they’ve been analyzing all quarter–that of the meaning-making rh
Gots my Defense Statecraft syllabus more or less done, gots my Airpower syllabus pretty much done, gots my podcasts up and running, blog could use an update, but otherwise ready to go!
I usually avoid talking about specific tenure denial cases because they are usually more complicated than stories about them are made out to be. And you have to wonder about a professor who gives up a
Historiann has a good post on the problems with teaching the American Revolution: the extreme nationalism of the students on the subject It’s not just that it’s difficult to teach the quintessenti
Which means having to deal with Blackboard, permanent winner of the Least. Intuitive. Most. Cluttered. Interface. Ever. award. Is the crucial “make content available” function un
When I read articles like the one Margaret Soltan linked to about texting in class, I can’t help but be thankful that I once took—and took to heart what I learned in—a course on feminist ped
Since the NYT is revisiting Joe Wilson’s June 2003 op-ed on his trip to Africa in search of uranium deals, I feel compelled to crank up on the Wayback Machine and repost this about Wilson’