Plastic Thoughts on Disasters

Plastic Thoughts on Disasters

Karen Holmberg
The People’s Climate March and the Shores of Krakatau On Sunday, September 21, participants in the People’s Climate March filled the str
Buffalo’s Revival

Buffalo’s Revival

Samantha Kittinger
Buffalo, New York has a long-standing and ill-fated reputation for poverty and crime. It has been named one of the poorest and most recently
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Occupy between Surveillance and Transparency

Occupy between Surveillance and Transparency

Meichun Lee
An iPad, fixed by a pair of slippers on the second floor of the Legislative Yuan (the congress of Taiwan), was shooting down the chamber wit
Deepening Fractures in Turkish Society

Deepening Fractures in Turkish Society

Servando Z Hinojosa
In November 2014, new Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu exclaimed that he would defend all religions, “even Buddhism.” He was resp
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The Dilemma with Cultural Competence

The Dilemma with Cultural Competence

Emilia M Guevara
Notes from the Field Treatment combined with a cultural competence approach hopes to yield better health outcomes; however, this understandi
Back to the Field: Reflections on Sweet Briar College Closing

Back to the Field: Reflections on Sweet Briar College Closing

Claudia Chang
The closing of Sweet Briar College represents the end of a staunch Southern tradition. I arrived on campus in 1981 as a newly minted PhD fro
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Suddenly Liminal: Reflections on Sweet Briar College Closing

Suddenly Liminal: Reflections on Sweet Briar College Closing

Deborah Durham
On Tuesday, March 3, faculty and staff at Sweet Briar College were summoned by a morning email to a noon meeting with the president and the
Film Review of These Birds Walk

Film Review of These Birds Walk

Muntasir Sattar
These Birds Walk, Omar Mullick and Bassam Tariq, dirs. 77 minutes. Distributor: Oscilloscope, New York, 2013. What would it be like to expe
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Plastic Thoughts on Disasters

Plastic Thoughts on Disasters

Karen Holmberg
The People’s Climate March and the Shores of Krakatau On Sunday, September 21, participants in the People’s Climate March filled the str
Buffalo’s Revival

Buffalo’s Revival

Samantha Kittinger
Buffalo, New York has a long-standing and ill-fated reputation for poverty and crime. It has been named one of the poorest and most recently
-
Occupy between Surveillance and Transparency

Occupy between Surveillance and Transparency

Meichun Lee
An iPad, fixed by a pair of slippers on the second floor of the Legislative Yuan (the congress of Taiwan), was shooting down the chamber wit
Deepening Fractures in Turkish Society

Deepening Fractures in Turkish Society

Servando Z Hinojosa
In November 2014, new Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu exclaimed that he would defend all religions, “even Buddhism.” He was resp
-
The Dilemma with Cultural Competence

The Dilemma with Cultural Competence

Emilia M Guevara
Notes from the Field Treatment combined with a cultural competence approach hopes to yield better health outcomes; however, this understandi
Back to the Field: Reflections on Sweet Briar College Closing

Back to the Field: Reflections on Sweet Briar College Closing

Claudia Chang
The closing of Sweet Briar College represents the end of a staunch Southern tradition. I arrived on campus in 1981 as a newly minted PhD fro
-
Suddenly Liminal: Reflections on Sweet Briar College Closing

Suddenly Liminal: Reflections on Sweet Briar College Closing

Deborah Durham
On Tuesday, March 3, faculty and staff at Sweet Briar College were summoned by a morning email to a noon meeting with the president and the
Film Review of These Birds Walk

Film Review of These Birds Walk

Muntasir Sattar
These Birds Walk, Omar Mullick and Bassam Tariq, dirs. 77 minutes. Distributor: Oscilloscope, New York, 2013. What would it be like to expe
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