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Welcome to Social Paper, a tool for networking in-progress student writing and feedback across disciplines, semesters, and publics. Use Social Paper to create papers, share and follow papers, comment on papers, or simply browse and search papers from The CUNY Academic Commons community using the directory below.

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  • Deniz Gokcora created <a href="Deniz Gokcora“>an untitled paper 1 month ago

    Motivating Community College Students When Teaching Argumentative Rhetorical Style Using a Documentary: Devil’s Playground

     

  • Ph.D. Program in English
    Placement Workshop
    Matthew K. Gold (and Jenny Furlong)
    October 14, 2016

     

    Skype Interview Tips

     

    The basic elements of a Skype interview are:

    Location and Scheduling
    Lighting […]

  • Narrative Discussion of Dissertation. In no more than 10 double-spaced pages with one- inch margins, and at least 11-point Times New Roman font, describe the dissertation. This narrative document should have […]

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  • Profile photo of Boone Gorges
    Written by Boone Gorges Updated 4 weeks, 1 day ago
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    A sample paper, to show you what Social Paper can do.

    Public Paper / 1 comment / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Deniz Gokcora
    Written by Deniz Gokcora Created 1 month ago

    Motivating Community College Students When Teaching Argumentative Rhetorical Style Using a Documentary: Devil’s Playground  

    Public Paper / 1 follower
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    Written by Matthew K. Gold Updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    Ph.D. Program in English Placement Workshop Matthew K. Gold (and Jenny Furlong) October 14, 2016   Skype Interview Tips   The basic elements of a Skype interview are: Location and Scheduling Lighting Audio/Sound Internet connection Clothing Preparation   Before the Interview   Location and Scheduling Think carefully about where to sit for your Skype interview. The space […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of tperson
    Written by tperson Updated 2 months, 1 week ago

    Abstract   Narrative The growing number of teachers trained through induction programs has resulted in a decrease in the ability of New York City public school teachers to write and understand the mechanics of curriculum design often leaving test prep as a driving force for and a misunderstanding of the use and purposes of the Common Core. Embedded within this […]

    Public Paper / 4 comments / 2 followers
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    Written by Chet Jordan Updated 2 months, 1 week ago

    Narrative Discussion of Dissertation. In no more than 10 double-spaced pages with one- inch margins, and at least 11-point Times New Roman font, describe the dissertation. This narrative document should have page numbers and the applicant’s full name and registered e- mail address as a running header. Include the goals of the project, its contribution […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Aleksandr Segal
    Written by Aleksandr Segal Created 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    The question of “what is to be done?” is aptly used in the title of this published interview with Donna Haraway about her seminal feminist work A Cyborg Manifesto. Published in 1985, Manifesto brought together radical and socialist feminist theories to address the impact of technology and information systems on labor, race, and gender among […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Chet Jordan
    Written by Chet Jordan Updated 3 months ago

    Goals of the Project In the community colleges of the City University of New York, we find the voices of who Sara Ahmed (2014) calls “willful subjects” diminished and silenced by layers of policy experiments, ineffective or stalled programs, and political maneuverings that shift the marginalized to a tattered and fraying edge.  At the same time […]

    Public Paper / 53 comments / 5 followers
  • Profile photo of Tom Lewek
    Written by Tom Lewek Created 3 months ago

    Final project for Mary Ann Caws’s “Modernist Looking” course, spring 2016.

    Public Paper / 1 follower
  • Profile photo of Natalie Gomez-Velez
    Written by Natalie Gomez-Velez Created 5 months, 1 week ago

    I recently published an article Common Core State Standards and Philanthrocapitalism:  Can Public Law Norms Manage Private Wealth’s Influence on Public Education Policymaking?  with the Michigan State Law Review (at 2016 Mich. St. L. Rev. 161). The Article examines the phenomenon of philanthrocapitalism in current education reform, with a focus on the Common Core State Learning Standards […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower
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    Written by Chet Jordan Updated 5 months, 4 weeks ago

    In the community colleges of the City University of New York, we find the voices of what Sara Ahmed (2014) calls “willful subjects” diminished and silenced by layers of policy experiments, ineffective or stalled programs, and political maneuverings that shift the marginalized to a tattered and fraying edge.  At the same time exist pockets of […]

    Public Paper / 1 follower