the course is over. But here is an interesting article from The New York Times about post-humanism.
Hope you are all settling into the new term, well-rested after the holidays.
Just a reminder that a few of your essays are waiting to be picked up in the Humanities and Languages office (100 Hazen Hall). If you didn’t get yours back before the holidays, that is where it is.
Anyone off campus this term drop me a line and I will post it to you.
Grades have been submitted and are wending their way through the verification process. I still have a couple of your papers; I won’t be around campus much until next term but drop me a line and we can arrange a pick-up.
It was a really good class. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know you all and discussing SF this past term. All the very best for the holidays and the coming year.
and it will soon be time to relax for the holidays. To put you in the spirit, here is an A.I.-written Xmas carol.
“The science of studying: How students can put their brains to best use,” Nicole Mortillaro, CBC News (Dec. 5, 2016): “Exams can be stressful, but scientific research offers tips on how students can improve their marks.”