Brian W. Davidson

teacher @highlandslatin,

PhD candidate @sbts,

research expert @sbtslibrary

Graduate Research & Practicality

I often hear people say they want to do graduate research that is practical and easily relatable to the common person — not the case with most textual criticism focused dissertations. Today's episode of Here & Now was encouraging to me, however, and I hope it is for the rest of you working on the often "irrelevant" minutiae of language or textual study. "The Surprising Outcomes of Nobel Prize-Winning Discoveries" highlights how it sometimes takes decades for the practical payoff of Nobel Prize-winning discoveries to be realized. You won't win a Nobel Prize for your textual criticism project, but you never know how your work might suddenly become relevant to the person in the pew.

Syllogism Basics Illustrated

The Word Order Hurdle