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Elias Issa

This blog is enriching in words and strategy. Being in class with Dr. Vasko, I can assure that these hidden strategies worked intrinsically with the development of the readings and the discussions inside and outside the class.
Building a constructive readers and scholars is a noble and highly appreciated goal. the challenging readings raised the level of discussions not just in the class room, but in our "chat" as students.
With these kind of courses it is very helpful to stand frankly and say or know whether you are vulnerable and minority or privileged and oppressor. In all it was a unique experience! Thank you Dr. Vasko.

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