Yesterday evening I heard parts of interview on NPR where the guest being interview made some disturbing comments about people so afflicted with poverty that they don’t have a place to live or any kind of basic, reliable shelter –… Read More ›
What does “life” really mean? Join me in this thought exercise!
Exploring: What does it mean to see history everywhere? How do people have a “voice” in everyday life?
This blog attempts to explore two questions/topics that interest me and the points at which these questions intersect. Please be sure to read and think about this one and let me know what you think! Thanks! For the past decade… Read More ›
At the outset, of course, this is an ethnocentric question and even a human-centric question given definitions and connotations associated with “society” and “evolved.” But, this is an important question… From one perspective, the form of life currently in existence that… Read More ›
Articulating various responses to “What is Texas History” with my students continues to fascinate me, as does teaching and learning more and more Texas History, and I wanted to share a few things in particular that have been on my… Read More ›
Notions of justice, retribution, remorse, healing, forgiveness, and parallel states of being are inherently subjective. To look at the arbitrariness of justice, for example, consider how different democracy in New York, New York, looked to the immigrant and the millionaire in 1900. … Read More ›