On Tuesday, I tweeted about my Intro to Medical Anthropology course. I had shown an episode of the T.V. show, Family by the Ton, because I thought…… Read more “On Teaching and Modeling Empathy and Vulnerability”
I read Native Guard, Natasha Trethewey’s Pulitzer Prize winning book, for the first time in a graduate seminar called Race, Gender, and Social Justice taught by Rachel…… Read more ““I Have No Dead There”: On Natasha Trethewey’s Native Guard and Black Feminist Pedagogy”
27 January 2017 We journeyed to Zora! Festival, seven of us en route to experience not only the festival itself but the homeland of Saint Zora, one…… Read more “On Zora and Black Geographies”
What happens when you put together a struggling corner store and new neighbors who want craft beer?