Good article for thinkering about an ethics of care for those who are most vulnerable during this pandemic… Close to 3 percent of U.S. adults take immunosuppressive
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The Only Animals With Chins
Pigs don’t have chins. Nor do any animals, except for us. The lower jaw of a chimpanzee or gorilla slopes backwards from the front teeth.
The Racial History of American Swimming Pools
Yesterday, I posted about a police overreaction in McKinney, Texas, to some kids who racist neighbors did not think should be using the community pool.
What Can You Do With a Humanities PhD Anyway?
This piece by Elizabeth Segran in The Atlantic (March 31) offers some food for thought if you are entering, already in, or find yourself a
We are dead stars | the Atlantic
The buddy-friend-guy just played this for me. Really nice account of our relation to the cosmic order. Every atom in our bodies was fused in
It Is Expensive to Be Poor – Barbara Ehrenreich – The Atlantic
The Great Recession should have put the victim-blaming theory of poverty to rest. In the space of only a few months, millions of people entered
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