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July 2002

The Lecturer's Tale

by Vicki Urquhart What British Lit instructor hasn’t given the assignment to create another Chaucerian tale? In The Lecturer’s Tale, James Hynes has a rollicking good time telling his own bawdy, fantastical, and mysterious tale. Alternately…

Letters to the Editor

When Students Evaluate Faculty On-Line Being an adjunct instructor and former student I could easily relate to both sides of the issue. First, are there safeguards which allow a student to rate her/his instructor(s) only one time per class?…

Hail to the Victors

by P.D. Lesko I am a Michigan native. Other than three years of teaching abroad at an Italian university, I have spent my life in Michigan. I am a Midwestern cliché, though not to the extent once described by a friend from the East Coast.…

The Lecturer’s Tale

by Vicki Urquhart What British Lit instructor hasn’t given the assignment to create another Chaucerian tale? In The Lecturer’s Tale, James Hynes has a rollicking good time telling his own bawdy, fantastical, and mysterious tale. Alternately…