In mid-March of this year, a storytelling strain tore through the internet–what a New York Times reporter dubbed the “Coronavirus Nature Genre.”
One can think of ecobricking as just the latest in a series of events that frayed, tore at and re-stitched tangled conceptualisations of life after death.
I never thought I would become a high school teacher but now I can’t imagine doing anything else.
While watching The Handmaid’s Tale, I could not help but think about how many acts of cruelty against women, the LGBTQIA+ community, and marginalised people are actually the norm in a number of societies.
I recently asked the (white) teacher candidates in my doctoral study, “How would you define social justice?”
In memory of the pre-pandemic world, when historians were still able to conduct archival research, I created a checklist based on my own experience.