Christine Skolnik wrote:
> This really sounds like you want to preclude certain perspectives.
This sounds like we have a respondent to the panel. I'd suggest that in
the interests of coherence the panel limit itself to "what works" but
having a dissenting voice by way of rebuttal might also be useful if
that voice considered the critical-pedagogical questions that Christine
What I would like to see us avoid is a panel that becomes us talking to
ourselves again. If we wanted to do that we could pick an environ nicer
than Minneapolis -- like say the west Edmonton Mall or South Porcupine.
Besides we can always talk to ourselves over a great dinner like the one
Anthony led us to in Atlanta. For those of you who missed out, we were
at the Shark Bar eating authentic (?) cuisine such as blackened catfish,
southern fried chicken, and Auntie Rosa's Shrimp gumbo.