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Cathy Davidson argues that term papers and other university traditions have outgrown their relevance as benchmarks of academic achievement. "It's time to stop preparing students for a world that no longer exists....In "Now You See It," [Cathy] Davidson cites the elite Socratic system of questions and answers, the agrarian method of problem-solving and the apprenticeship program of imitating a mas
Knowledge arises from the flesh — that intertwining of my body and the world, and my interactions with others. [Tuana 2001, 236]

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...the humanities profession has been slow to accept digital scholarship as a valid form of intellectual endeavor. Questions about labor, peer-review, and co-authorship often arise in academic departments’ attempts to evaluate digital research in the tenu

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