This is just a brief sketch, but I wanted to share it. It’s really too long for a social media … Continue reading We, The People: Sunday Musings on Civic Responsibility and Cultural Cohesion.
I am an anthropologist, a teacher, a writer, a woman–all of these words describe my physical and social being. But … Continue reading And Then It Was Wednesday: Why Scientific Literacy, Access to Data, and a Cultural Emphasis on Arts and Humanities are Vital.
Hi, there, It’s been a while. We haven’t really spoken to one another in more than a year. Insults hurled … Continue reading When We Fight: A Love Note to My Estranged Conservative Fellow Americans
As a student of history and a trained anthropologist, I feel it’s a given that each one of us is … Continue reading At All Costs, Do Not Look Away
I am a daughter of genteel Southern Privilege. By the lights of the system–both familial and cultural–in which I was … Continue reading Some Food for Thought