I managed to track down a copy of Eight Vol 3 No 1 online and have read Witold Krassowski’s essay Three Things on Teaching and the Taught which is referenced in our course manual. I will just highlight the points I found noteworthy. The essay hinges around the question posed by contributing editor Colin Jacobson, […]
PUBLISHERS BLURB In the tumultuous aftermath of the First World War the Wilson brothers head in opposite directions: Richard, interned in Austria throughout the conflict, returns to England; Edward, a junior officer, is dispatched from Italy to Vienna as part of the British Army s relief mission. For Edward, it will be a return to […]
cw: suicide, self harm, disordered eating, personality disorders, mental health Dear Laura, I thought back to my childhood tonight. I’ve thought back to my childhood a lot recently and certain ages stand out to me. Fourteen, your age, was one of them. I wondered what I would say to you, as you lie in the […]
Dubai and the UAE have varying degrees of protection from dress styles from over the world. Before long, garments guideline in Dubai is extremely liberal, interestingly with a couple of various states in the Middle East. There are legal guidelines about what is commendable, and all around, people are generally allowed to wear what they […]
Potted Sports consists of an series of very simple physical activities built to assist build team do the job in addition to leadership expertise in a very aggressive environment at college camps. The emphasis will be with the word ‘simple’, my spouse and i. electronic. activities that carry out not necessarily require any particular skills. […]
Japan Emperor Akihito will become first Japanese monarch to abdicate in more than 200 years Emperor Akihito will abdicate on 30 April in favour of his son, the crown prince Naruhito. Photograph: Aflo/Rex/Shutterstock The imperial palace grounds in central Tokyo are bathed in spring sunshine. Joggers completing lunchtime circuits of the moat artfully dodge groups […]
The imperial palace grounds in central Tokyo are bathed in spring sunshine. Joggers compliments the moat artfully dodge groups of foreign tourists. Office workers tuck into lunches of onigiri rice balls and tea. On the other side of the moat, hidden behind trees, the palace is preparing for a historical transition. Early in the evening […]
The recent college admissions scandal has brought to light the unfair advantage children of wealthy parents hold when applying to colleges.
Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie. Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age? Hi everyone. I’m Liz Mistry and I’m, shall we say an older writer. I’m in my 50’s. Thanks so much for inviting me … and especially […]
I’m no different from the other billions of bloggers and vloggers out there putting their two cents in about the the Operation Varsity Blues scandal. Still, it’s been on my mind a lot, and after lots of thought, I realize I don’t feel the same way everyone else seems to. To be honest, I don’t […]
Memories of Sayagyi Dr. Aung Gyi – Part Two After attending the 2nd year engineering class from June 1952 to September 1952, I went straight to MIT on a state scholarship to continue my studies . Saya U Min Wun and I went together to MIT and joined the academic session, starting from September 1952. […]
I grew up in Streatham Teachers was givin’ man tests Same time the mandem were givin’ out testers – Dave When I was about 12, I went on a Middlesex cricket tour, staying at the halls of Nottingham University. There were about 13 of us, and I remember being only one of about 2 or […]
Adolf Hitler’s statements on democracy and representative government in a future National Socialist state.
He died at two o’clock in the morning, on 28 Jan 1547 at Whitehall, London. He was buried in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. His tomb was opened and his body was examined in 1813 …. This post includes basic facts about his wives and children.