I've mentioned the late Bob Lucid several times already here: mentor, sage, quiet educational radical, great ci
Yesterday I complained about the way the Times wrote about Guy Fawkes Day celebrations in
A little more on modernist pedagogy.
I've pointed out here before, in various entries, that the irony of the lecture on modernism has become increasingly obvious and disabling. The problem will be to define or at least describe an alternative.
"To argue against rock and roll is now as quaintly irrelevant as arguing for the divine right of kings."