Society regularly miss-labels academics “radicals in the ivory tower,” especially those who work in the Liberal Arts, as they tend to be very aware of everyday culture and life. This wrath from society targets people, regardless of degrees or jobs, who… Read More ›
Due to insurance changes in 2016 ACA customers will essentially be prohibited from going to the best medical center in the world. And that’s only where it begins.
What does “life” really mean? Join me in this thought exercise!
Last week in my First Year Seminar classes, we focused on questions. Together with my student, we discussed the difference between “low-level” and “high-level” questions; the difference between who, what, when, and where questions and the how and why questions;… Read More ›
Last week I wrote a blog, Backs Adorned with Flags, and after some comments, especially from my blog and twitter buddy Nick, I want to followup on some points. This post isn’t particularly organized, as I am still working on some… Read More ›
Historians en masse say that History is the study of the past and change over time. This is misguided. While I have previously written about this topic (History, intertextuality, and how Barack Obama has influenced Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,… Read More ›