​FROM THE LATEST OTH

Apr
29

A Passion for the Planet: Raising Environmental Consciousness through the Melding of Music and Science

By Lisa M. Ruch Environmental topics such as climate change and pollution garner widespread attention every April, but increasingly are the focus of more and more people year-round. These crises are not recent, but much of the focus on them has come from scientific disciplines and practitioners. When faced with the unsettling and at times […]

Apr
29

Humanities: The Space for Big Questions

by Alissa Simon Rebecca Mead’s book My Life in Middlemarch weaves a well-researched narrative that involves land, people, women, love, and story-telling, among other things. Mead incorporates her own journey to underscore the way that Middlemarch changes with every decade of life. My Life in Middlemarch explains how one can continually learn lessons from a […]

Mar
31

Re: Feminist Perspectives on the Humanities and Higher Education

by Erin McCoy After considering the subject “Feminist Perspectives on the Humanities and Higher Education,” the first question that flitted across my mind was: “What do women and the humanities have in common?” Scrawled across my Snoopy notepad, my answer: “They have to fight to be heard.” Of course, feminist perspectives don’t always mean “women,” […]


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