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St. Croix. The best place in the world to live! Remains of conquerors, their religions, and big business are on the right and left as you crisscross the 28 mile island. It appears that the very small roads were built … Continue reading
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Factory Work is Honest and Good Work! The picture above is of my father and three relatives at an Xmas party, probably in the 1960’s. He worked for Bower Roller Bearings as an inspector. Every morning he dressed for work … Continue reading
Angels of Music Descend Upon Kansas City We are adults. Who da’ thought that we would love Music Camp. Isn’t that for kids? Tom and I had never been to a music festival. Someone said that there were 1600 musicians at … Continue reading
Titan II Missile is a Wonder to Behold! I will never forget the last scene of Dr. Strangelove (nor Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev’s declaration, “We will bury you.”) We were watching the movie at a drive-in theatre in 1964. The last … Continue reading
Cartoon Captures a Snapshot about the Failings of Higher Education Chan Lowe created a portrait of Higher Education in the United States “The American Undergrad’s Prayer.” (I am repeating the prayer here, just in case they pull the cartoon from … Continue reading
Is There More than ONE Feminism? I am happy to share the good news with you that I have published a new book, Politics of Feminisms. For most of my career I published in many fields of feminist interpretation. Some … Continue reading