I made a video! Here's a screencast on how I use Turnitin for grading and plagiarism checking.

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AuthorKevin Taylor

There are two kinds of apocalypse. One is the question of survival in which one inevitably loses. Night of the Living Dead and Cormac McCarthy’s The Road are in this category. Here one attempts to survive, but fails. We see protagonists struggle against impossible odds that ultimately overwhelm them.

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Another great discussion with Ryan Reeves. Topics include academic fads, hotels and traveling, doing voices and channeling Karl Barth, and the oddity of the "van Gogh effect."

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Season 1 ended with a cliffhanger episode with our first guest, Jason Fout. How did things end? Find out with season 2, as we chat about the oddity that is the American Academy of Religion.

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Marie Kondo’s approach to organization is, in many ways, very ancient, as it sees material things as a burden. She is deeply opposed to keeping things just for the sake of keeping them. To hang onto things, simply because we “might” want them someday, creates a burden in the psyche.

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