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Age of Awareness

Don’t Fear the Writing Hunger Games

Understanding cultures of critique

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“How dare you? I’m almost twice your age.” I received this response from a student in my early days of teaching. I often taught at a community college where at least half my students were twice my age. Middle-aged adults don’t always take criticism well from a freshly-minted college graduate.




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Lance Cummings PhD

Lance Cummings PhD

I write about the right use of ancient and new technologies to create new ways of thinking with writing … what I call iSophistry. 🤖 🏛️

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