Since this book didn’t come out until after class started, I didn’t get a chance to include it in the syllabus, though it’s clearly the perfect focus for our class. So on this, our last day of content this semester, I want us to spend some time seeing what we missed. Each of us will skim a chapter in class and post a “comment” that responds to the following questions:
1. On what content does this chapter build to frame or situate the ideas?
2. What concepts, works, or authors does the chapter affirm?
3. What concepts, works, or authors does the chapter challenge?
4. Is there anything particularly unique or interesting about the approach in this chapter?