Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Academic Life (or, How to Think Thoughts Professionally)

Up until this point in my life, the academic pieces–reading for general knowledge, class preparation, research and writing–have fit in around the larger, immovable blocks of my life. But now, I have been hit with an avalanche of “free time,” and it’s hard to know how best to use it all…. Continue reading

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August Update: Greetings from Lithuania!

Greetings from Lithuania! We completed the 24-hour journey from Perkasie to Newark to Copenhagen to Palanga to KlaipÄ—da, across 7 time zones… Continue reading

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Five-Year Plan (non-Soviet-style)

In May 2010, we made a five-year plan… Continue reading

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Audio Streams in the Desert (Or, My Free Post-Graduate Education)

Over the last eight years, I listened to thousands of hours of teaching from top teachers at top institutions–mostly for free! Continue reading

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