Auerswald

31 Mar 19
Experience of Homelessness for Teenage Mothers

“You can’t get all excited when you’ve got worries and things you’ve got to take care of…like making sure they don’t abduct your children if you don’t live the way they want you to.” (Smid, Bourgois & Auerswald, 2010, p.7) The video below is about a women being accused of dental neglect and having the […]

30 Mar 19
Bryan O'Loughlin - in English

Just back from walking up 1,000m and near the top I decided now would be a good time to share books that I had bought on Amazon Kindle and Audible, and others in my wishlists. I am just getting started now. There a very few fiction books in this list out of necessity (none in […]

26 Mar 19
Students of Genocide

Today’s unit focused on the Jewish Holocaust, however our focus was more on the Nazis Ghetto policy rather than the whole Holocaust. The main focus of today’s unit was to discuss if the Ghettos were part of the Nazis deliberate plans to “solve the Jewish question” or was it just an organic development based on […]

19 Mar 19
Ahmed's Msc Blog

“Banking is necessary, Banks are not”. This is a critique of a Journal Article on Mobile Banking in India. The Author of this article is V.DevaDevan who is a research associate, Faculty area of Information Technology, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal, India. This paper starts with a good short brief on how technology like […]

28 Feb 19
Menopodcast

This week Sarah and Julia read chapter 5 of “What Would Virginia Woolf Do?” (Affiliate link) by Nina Lorez Collins. And if you haven’t listened to our interview with her we recorded 2 weeks ago, go check that out – she is amazing! Chapter 5 is entitled Beauty, and it’s all about what we see […]

27 Feb 19
Menopodcast

This week Sarah and Julia read chapter 4 of “What Would Virginia Woolf Do?” (Affiliate link) by Nina Lorez Collins. And if you haven’t listened to our interview with her we recorded last week, go check that out – she is amazing! Chapter 4 is all about being a parent during menopause or peri-menopause, possibly […]

26 Feb 19
Jenny's Adventures Through Grad School

How genetic markers help connect us to each other, to where we’ve been, and to where we’re going. Hi bloggers, Okay, I’ll be honest– this post isn’t going to talk about connections on our own individual scales. Instead, I’m talking about how scientists use genetics to help determine population migration and relatedness. I’ll spare you […]

15 Feb 19
Menopodcast

We’re thrilled to have Nina Lorez Collins as our guest on this episode of the podcast! She’s the author of “What Would Virginia Woolf Do? And Other Questions I ask Myself as I Attempt to Age Without Apology.” (affiliate link) We absolutely love this book, as we’ve mentioned before, and you know we have chosen […]

13 Feb 19
Menopodcast

This chapter is all about our changing bodies, and it’s another frank an honest bit of writing. Her book, What Would Virginia Woolf Do? (affiliate link) is our Bible for Season 4 and she is slated to be a guest on the show coming up – which we couldn’t be more thrilled about. Ms. Collins […]

06 Feb 19
Menopodcast

This chapter is all about SEX and it’s so frank an honest and open, it makes us love author Nina Lorez Collins even more that we already did! Her book, What Would Virginia Woolf Do? (affiliate link) is our Bible for Season 4 and she is slated to be a guest on the show coming […]

30 Jan 19
Menopodcast

We launched Season 4 in a whole new way: going Live on Facebook as well as recording the podcast – at the same time! (We had some technical difficulties – but when has that stopped us? And we think we’ve worked them out for next time…) This Season we’re reading “What Would Virginia Woolf Do?” […]