Voice Education Supplement

• • • Spring 2001

Just in time for spring, it's the Education Supplement, wherein Jeff Bylesprofiles Berkeley's Michael Burawoy, a sociology professor who understands globalism at the level of labor—literally; Paul LaFarge gets possessed by the spirits of automatic writing; J. Yeh explores a marginal subject; William Lin analyzes recent hits to college sports; Jessica Winter stirs up lust in the dust at Mother Yale; and Ed Park untangles the web-work of mystery writer Harry Stephen Keeler, whose motto, pace Howards End, might read: "Only connect, and connect—and connect!"


Tales of the Kefir Furnaceman By Jeff Byles
A Roving Ethnographer's View From the Factory Floor

Stop Making Sense By Paul LaFarge
How Automatic Writing Can Free Your Mind and Change the World

Lit Gloss By J.Yeh
Taking Note of Marginalia

Who Got Game? By William S. Lin
Running the Numbers on College Sports

New Haven Vice By Jessica Winter
Secrets From the Staxxx

Web Pages By Ed Park
How H.S. Keeler Wrote Certain of his Books

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