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Guest Post: David Thomson on Curtis White’s "Middle Mind"

July 31, 2009

Today I bring you another, as promised, guest posts. This time I welcome David Thomson, Doctoral student in Educational Psychology at Baylor University, with a review of Curtis White’s Middle Mind. Published by Harper Collins you can take a peek at the book here. You can find out more about David on his Contributor profile. […]

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Guest Post: Is it fair to Compare?

July 29, 2009

Today I bring you a Guest Post from Sarah Czarnota. Not only is Sarah a good friend of mine who I’m really looking forward to seeing more regularly once we are living on the same continent again but she’s also just finished a Masters in Comparative Education at the University of London. This is the […]

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Guest Post: You Know You Love Me: Gossip Girl through the Lens of the Medieval Corpus

July 26, 2009

Gossip, the goss, the low-down, the 411, the latest, whatyaknow, spinnin’ a tall tale, a yarn, a good story…..Today I bring you a guest post from Preston Yancey who looks at CW’s Gossip Girl in a way i’d almost guarantee you’ve never even considered. Preston is a talented writer who also has a blog of […]

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Something to look forward to: Upcoming Guest Posts

March 4, 2009

Welcome to Goannatree. Welcome especially to those who’ve made their way here by virtue of a search through google or in response to my reviews of Christian Colleges Top 100 theology blogs. I’ve been taking notice of how people end up at Goannatree and in concert with a few friends there will hopefully be even […]

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You can find me on BlogHer.com

February 1, 2009

Goannatree is among the blogs that can found on the BlogHer directory. Goannatree is filed under three categories. Religion and Spirituality Blogs | Research, Academia and Education Blogs | Writing Blogs

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It’s all relative: a cup of coffee and the economy

December 1, 2008

The whole world is whipping itself into a frenzy. The economy is bad, and it’s only going to get worse. At least as far as i am concerned things don’t seem much different to me, but when you live the way I do that’s hardly a suprise (though it is admittedly also a choice). I’ve […]

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