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The Confucian Perspective of Education on “Self-Cultivation”

st Century of Teaching, much of the history of educational philosophy and sociology will repeat itself. One part of the history of educational philosophy that is set for a repeat is English early modern philosopher John Locke’s 1693 social philosophical thought on education, published as Some

“Thirsty Women and Fuckboys”

Teaching Shakespeare with Memes

Kathleen Alves

. In this chapter, I discuss some of the difficulties I have encountered in teaching Early Modern poetry in the introduction to literature survey course (student engagement, underpreparedness, second language learners) at Queensborough Community College of the City University of New York, and the