Invited Guest Editorial: Just Saying: For H/heaven’s Sake… Here’s Hoping --- “All Hell Could Break Loose!”
If you have been reading, to date, in the Journal of Applied Hermeneutics, Dr. John Williamson’s PhD thesis-come-novel serialized, then you have read, more or less, four texts:
- Guest Editorial: Preface to “A Strange and Earnest Client” Part One of the Case of the Disappearing/Appearing Slow Learner: An Interpretive Mystery by W. John Williamson [January 11, 2016];
- The Case of the Disappearing/Appearing Slow Learner: An Interpretive Mystery. Part One: A Strange and Earnest Client [January 11, 2016];
- Invited Guest Editorial. Lives Worthy of Life: The Everyday Resistance of Disabled People by Nick Hodge [February 22, 2016], and
- The Case of the Disappearing/Appearing Slow Learner: An Interpretive Mystery. Part Two: Cells of Categorical Confinement [February 22, 2016].
My name is Jim Paul. I am the Invited Guest Editorial provider for the third installment of John’s work titled - Part Three: All Hell Could Break Loose.
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