Academia In One Long Sentence

, Malcolm A. Kline, Leave a comment

In a recent blog, a religious studies professor from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville summarized the current academic outlook on the lead paragraph of one of his blogs. “When the Mafia-backed entrepreneur and con man Donald Trump captured a majority of electoral college votes—although, of course, not the majority of actual votes, and that is before we inquire how the count may have been affected by ‘abnormal’ Russian propaganda, ‘normal’ Fox propaganda (overlapping with the Russian part), tampering with voting machines in swing states (unproven to my knowledge but plausible), plus ‘normal’ gerrymandering and voter suppression—I went to the local ‘women’s march’ and made my vows to be part of ‘resistance,'” Mark Hulsether wrote on his site, MBE: Mark’s Blogging Experiment.