Tag Archives: navel gazing

So it’s been six months…

…of radio silence, and while the site stats for Curriculum Veto don’t suggest that there are thousands of you out there in webspace gnashing your teeth, bellowing for more posts till your throats go raw, and weeping at the petulant … Continue reading

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The Coming of Blunderbuss Magazine and the Future of Curriculum Veto

If you’re even a semi-regular visitor to Curriculum Veto, you have likely noticed that it’s been awhile since I’ve updated this blog, and longer still since I’ve kept up a regular weeklyish clip of fresh content. There is a reason … Continue reading

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(Temporarily) Hanging Up My Spurs (Sort Of)

If you are among the handful that follow Curriculum Veto with any consistency, you may have noticed that it’s been a couple weeks since my last post. There is a reason for this. I am currently wrapping up work on … Continue reading

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Occupy My Dissertation? Thoughts on Method

Art by Peter Yahnke Railand. I’d be lying if I said that nobody reads the methodology section of social science books, but only barely. There are basically two audiences for these chapters: 1) the peer review board whose stamp of … Continue reading

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In Which an Aging Pop-Punk Outfit Inspires Reflections on Nostalgia

Blink-182, then and now. It wasn’t until “Grantland’s Rough Guide to Parties in Movies” inspired a not-atypical bout of Wikipedia-ing this afternoon (Can’t Hardly Wait –> Blink-182 –>Neighborhoods [Blink-182 album]) that I realized that the favorite band of my 15-year-old … Continue reading

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