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Like Socrates, Street Epistemologists are to understand themselves as inquisitive teachers, not combative lecturers.

Adjuncts and other “contingent faculty,” such as lecturers, make up more than half of college and university teachers.

So talk they do—the lecturers, the people attending the lectures, the people writing about the people attending the lectures.

In the beginning of the fellowship year, Herbert came to realize that books could do more for him than lecturers.

Any thing like the number of female lecturers which I heard of in Illinois, I had never imagined.

We have heard lecturers insist that because a house contains drain pipes a woman should learn all about drain pipes.

The system of using lecturers seems to help considerably to swell the Ku Klux roster.

Redpath's lecturers put up at Young's Hotel, and spent their days at the bureau, smoking and spinning yarns, or talking shop.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lecturers, such as: department, institute, personnel, staff, university, and academics.

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