Re: [xmca] Hirst and Vadeboncoeur article for discussion

From: Mike Cole (
Date: Mon Feb 05 2007 - 15:11:23 PST

Thanks for trying, Andy
That is what I was afraid of. That same thing happened to me too, last week.
So Peggy bugged the person in
charge and we were told it had been re-set and would be ready "tomorrow." I
tested via the yellow brick road before sending my note and it worked. I
just tried that route again and it worked from another computer and it
worked. But maybe there has to be a cookie there of some sort
I will, to save people trouble, send out a pdf that I have, but I would
appreciate people trying on their own for documentation I can throw at
Erlbaum (which
has been bought by Taylor and Francis, which is not the problem, but
probably does not help matters.

On 2/5/07, Andy Blunden <> wrote:
> When I got there:
> I had to enter a username and password.
> Is that right?
> Andy
> At 01:44 PM 5/02/2007 -0800, you wrote:
> >Dear All--
> >
> >If you follow the yellow brick road from lchc/discussions to xmca and
> >click on mca journal
> >and look on the lower right hand part of the page at erlbaum, you will
> >find vol13(3) of MCA
> >which is there for people to download for discussion. You can take the
> >old road to
> >then go to journals, mca, and end up in the same spot.
> >
> >When you arrive at the end of the road you should have before you a PDF
> >file of
> >
> >Patrolling the Borders of Otherness: Dis/placed Identity
> >Positions for Teachers and Students in Schooled Spaces
> >Elizabeth Hirst
> >Griffith University
> >Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur
> >The University of British Columbia
> >
> >We have taken the route of allowing the editors of a large, special issue
> >on "Semiotic, Dialogic, and Material Spaces,"
> >to select the article for discussion because they went to all the work of
> >putting the issue together AND, they
> >are the ones who will lead this discussion.
> >
> >A note from Jennifer indicates that we can expect some sort of orienting
> >intro coming up soon.
> >
> >If anyone has difficulty with the site, please write to peggy at pbengel
> at
> >ucsd dot edu and we will see that you get a copy,
> >but please, first try the yellow brick or some other cynber road to the
> >article first.
> >
> >See you for the discussion.
> >mike
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