Speculative Fiction

Logan Isaman Christopher McKitterick Science Fiction 3 March 2014 Speculative Fiction The genre of Science Fiction is a, “philosophical perspective on what it means to be human in a changing world,” (McKitterick 19). Since its inception, Science Fiction has allowed its masters to delve into what is often referred to as “Speculative Fiction”: a new... Continue Reading →

Is Artificial Intelligence Synonymous with Slavery?

Logan Isaman Christopher McKitterick Science Fiction 23 April 2014 Is Artificial Intelligence Synonymous with Slavery? Since the inception of the possibility of Artificial Intelligence (hereafter: AI), humanity has obsessed over the seemingly limitless potential of a sentient race of machines to solve all of our problems and do our hard labor. What most people fail... Continue Reading →

The Constructed Realities of the ‘Lord’ Christopher Sly in Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew”

Logan Isaman Dr. Geraldo Sousa English 525 30 November 2014 The Constructed Realities of the ‘Lord’ Christopher Sly in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew Introduction Shakespeare’s adapted Induction in The Taming of the Shrew serves as a metadramatic device designed to intrinsically tie the trick played on Christopher Sly to the taming of Kate,... Continue Reading →

Determining Dyslexia in Second Language Acquisition

Logan Isaman Dr. Mary Jo Reiff Intro to Rhet & Comp 7 December 2014 Determining Dyslexia in Second Language Acquisition There are many challenges associated with working with students who are second-language speakers (L2s). One of the most complicated aspects of teaching English as a second language (ESL) is correctly recognizing, diagnosing, and treating reading... Continue Reading →

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