Remembering Marshall Gregory

Remembering Marshall Gregory January 1, 2013

My colleague Marshall Gregory passed away a couple of days ago, and I thought it would be nice to mark his passing by drawing readers’ attention to some of his many articles which are available online. Himself an English professor, “Greg” (as he was know) was a champion of the Liberal Arts and passionate about pedagogy. His pedagogy seminar not only helped many of us who teach at Butler University to reflect and develop our teaching skills, but also forged connections and friendships across departmental and college divides that remain with us. He will be sorely missed.

You can read many of the things he wrote on the aforementioned subjects online.

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