Tag Archives: academic writing

Writing in Relation: FNIS 300—A Summary of Engagement

Dear FNIS 300, Thank you for all of your work and attention this term. FNIS 300 can be a challenging course, both for the students and for the instructor, because it aims to weave writing fundamentals (clarity, concision, summary, citation, etc.) together with theoretical approaches to writing as developed within, or alongside, Indigenous studies. We […]

To Blog, or Not to Blog?: Social Media as Academic Practice

  Originally published as a feature article for the Simon Fraser University English blog  I’m a writer by profession and it’s totally clear to me that since I started blogging, the amount I write has increased exponentially, my daily interactions with the views of others have never been so frequent, the diversity of voices I […]