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Mary Ann Rishel, Prof Emerita, Writing, has published an article, “Humor and Satire:  greater than the sum of their parts…and more,” in the book,  Teaching Writing with Humor, Kishor Vaidya, ed., University of Canberra, Canberra, Australia, spring 2021.

 

 

Mary Ann Rishel, Prof Emerita, Writing, has published an article, “Humor and Satire:  greater than the sum of their parts…and more,” in the book,  Teaching Writing with Humor, Kishor Vaidya, ed., University of Canberra, Canberra, Australia, spring 2021.

This article addresses how humor as methodology can encourage students to develop analytical, divergent and imaginative thinking.  One challenge has been how to include humor in teaching without defraying the scholarly goals of an academic course.  Rishel describes how satire, as an element of humor, can form a keen epistemological platform for deep learning that inspires the premier values of civic reform. 

 

Mary Ann Rishel, Prof Emerita, Writing, has published an article, “Humor and Satire: greater than the sum of their parts…and more,” in the book, Teaching Writing with Humor, Kishor Vaidya, ed., University of Canberra, Canber | 0 Comments |
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