Monthly Archives: September 2016

Extrospection: Globe, Google Maps, and the Wound of Geography

I have studied with depth, breadth, and passion not only the literature, but also the history–both political and intellectual–of the American South. During the most impressionable years of my intellectual formation, I was reading Wilbur J. Cash on The Mind of the … Continue reading

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Where There’s Smoke

Note to my followers on this site: I am now hosting my own site at justewords.com. Please consider following me there! At the beginning of this month, I received an email from one of my online students. She told me that … Continue reading

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