The Power of Creative Constraints in Tiny Writing By: Laura Gibbs & Heather Kretschmer Authors’ note: The illustrations and photos in our article were generously shared by some creative people
How Schemata Helps Us Comprehend Discourse By: Anthony Elias Somewhere in the universe, there is a heartbroken man who just had this conversation… Woman: I’m Leaving You! Man: Who is
Teaching Talk (and Mind-Reading) with Conversation Analysis By: Christine Winskowski Take a look at this brief conversation excerpt: A. So, do you think you’re going to get the job? B.
How Discourse Uses a Fundamental Operation of the Brain By: Curtis Kelly Whenever someone mentions discourse, I think about one particular area of discourse: expository writing. I might be biased
Discourse: What it is and How we Will Examine it By: Christine Winskowski In this month’s Think Tank, we address discourse, defined as “connected sentences” or patterns “beyond the boundaries of the