Answer/Quote: “Yet, most professors begin in covering ground at a dizzying pace, cutting a wide swath through acres of bibliographic titles, layers of history, thickets of scholars’ names, a morass of acronyms, towering terminology, and a tangle of theories.” P. 435.
Comment: Sound familiar? RayS.
Title: “Representations of the Field in Graduate Courses: Using Parody to Question All Positions.” N Mack. College English (May 2009), 435-459.