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Joyce A. Joyce served as the editor of the Temple University Faculty Herald. We have 11 of these papers in storage.
Joyce Joyce's introduction as the editor of the Faculty Herald. She writes about changes Temple University President implemented. She writes about the wide range of students and their prior educational experience. She expects her views will "...will ressult in my being shunned by many faculty on the Main Campus particularly and vilified by others."
Joyce disccusses Henry A. Giroux's Teachers as Intellectuals: Toward a Critical Pedagogy of Learning. She argues that language is a political tool and that students shouldn't impact their self-worth and identity. Discusses students failing to cite sources. Discusses school desgregation and how the "...Golden State was arguably a racial paradise when juxtaposed against the Deep South...." Pages 2 & 8
Joyce A. Joyce diccusses an Honors level course she taught at the University of Maryland entitled "Popular Rhythms and Poetic Expression," which examined politics and music. She discusses various song lyrics and compares them to the duties of being a university professor.
Joyce A. Joyce discusses whether Black Studies can be saved.
Joyce discusses hurricane Katrina and its aftermath.
Joyce discusses the stories of several controversial college presidents, Dr. Elizabeth Hoffman of the University of Colorado ,Dr. Manny Aragon of the New Mexico Highlands University, and Dolores Cross of Chicago State University and Brown College.
Joyce writes that University professors have no life outside of academia. After a surgery, Joyce reexamines her life and how her time is spent. She argues that schoarship must ask hard questions of its students and strive for rigorous grading.
Joyce dicusses the National Basketball Association Dress Code.
Joyce discusses her past career and difficulties at the University of Maryland and argues that deans, provosts, and presidents should be scholars.
Joyce discusses people's tendency to see thier actions as good even when they cause other's harm. She corralates this human fallacy with Temple President David Horowitz's resignation and the HR 177 hearings.