Monthly Archives: November 2012

Branded Beings

On the slab of formica tabletop where my Macbook rests, there is a landscape of logos. Counting the stickers plastered across my dented Swiss-made water bottle, silver coffee canister, planner covered in multi-colored scribbled schedules, and the virtual world of … Continue reading

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Cupcakes and Closing the Gap: A Promising Local Panel Discussion

After the flyers were posted, the last minute text messages sent, the towering 2-story display of cupcakes and tea assembled, and the bright green pamphlets artfully splayed across the centers of round tables, it all came together. My Students for … Continue reading

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American Motherhood

This paper is an exercise performed for my American Studies course. In a meandering analysis of the word “motherhood” throughout American history, I hope to unpack the 21st century anxiety of mothering in an information age:    What does it … Continue reading

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