Parody in Practice: The Gentlemen of Humans of Higher Ed [Interview]

Last week, we discussed the nature of parody, the challenges associated with doing it well, and why it feels like the type of comedy we really need right now. This week, I want to take an in-depth look at a higher education-specific example of the form, in ┬á(the award-winning)┬áHumans of Higher Ed. Developed earlier this … Continue reading Parody in Practice: The Gentlemen of Humans of Higher Ed [Interview]