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“Polyamory Across the Disciplines”: A Transcript

I am very excited and grateful to be presenting some of my dissertation research this weekend at a graduate student conference, hosted by The English Department at the University of Cincinnati. The theme of the conference is “Being Undisciplined“–which fits … Continue reading

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A thank you note

A most-massive thank you goes out to sexualities scholar Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio, editor of  Plural Loves and author of Gaia and the New Politics of Love. Her tremendously insightful encouragement, advice, and general support has been invaluable as I make my … Continue reading

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Shout-Outs

A big thanks to forever-friends Eva Lupold and Agatha Wolkowicz for recommending that I read The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State by Friedrich Engels. I’m sure that this classic revolutionary Marxist text will help me unravel how … Continue reading

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Obama/Gay Marriage/The General Stupidity of “Rights”

Thank you to Professor Jennifer Glaser (University of Cincinnati) for letting me know about the article, “Obama Loves Queers (Except Not).” The writer Mia McKenzie has finely articulated the frustrated prickly feeling I’ve had in the pit of my stomach … Continue reading

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An energizing encounter & a list of ideas

Back in March, when I attended the annual Conference on College Composition and Communication (4C’s), I had an exhilarating conversation with a new friend and mentor, Rebecca Ingalls, of Drexel University. Professor Ingalls and I had met on a teachers’ … Continue reading

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an article that weighs the pros and cons of polyamory

My new friend Rebecca Ingalls, of Drexel University, let me know about this piece, “More Sex with More People.” Thanks, Rebecca!

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Thanks to:

Thanks to my awesome colleague-friend Ethan Philbrick, for suggesting I read Adam Phillip’s Monogamy. And three cheers to a second super-awesome colleague-friend, Hannah Rule, who recently talked to me online about how post-process theory (PPT) within the academic field of rhetoric and … Continue reading

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