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Teaching Through Sirens

 Teaching Through Sirens By Anna Mercedes There seems to be a general sentiment of burn out at the liberal arts college where I teach in the American Midwest. When the Chronicle for Higher Education published Read more…

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Decree of Death

Decree of Death By John William Bailly Throughout history, art has been critical to the sociopolitical narrative of society. It has been used as a tool of power by governments and religious institutions, as a Read more…

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Knowledge Hidden in Plain Sight

Knowledge Hidden in Plain Sight By Jeff Bowersox Debates over rights, citizenship, and belonging in Germany (as elsewhere in Europe) often revolve around competing notions of history, different bodies of knowledge about the past and Read more…

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Blue Religion

Blue Religion By Justine M. Bakker “Based on my extremely blurry and perhaps unreliable recollection that he once told me so,” writes David Chidester in his contribution to With This Root About My Person, a Read more…