Tag Archives: Chuck Klosterman

A Tale of Time

I’m about 30 pages into Chuck Klosterman’s The Nineties.  Klosterman is one of my favorite non-fiction writers, especially when it comes to American pop culture.  The book looks to be a 300-page dissection of what it was like to live … Continue reading

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In Class with Klosterman

This semester I’m trying a couple of new things with my students to try and engage them on an intellectual level that doesn’t necessarily feed the beast of academia.  We are currently in a unit where we talk about the … Continue reading

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Klosterman’s Generational Erosion

One of my most enjoyable reads this summer (amidst a few apocalyptic novels) was Chuck Klosterman’s I Wear the Black Hat.  I wasn’t sure what to expect from the book, as it was all about villains and villainy in almost … Continue reading

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