“Other people’s babies,” The Humanities, and Responses to White Nationalism

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The Value of Debate at a Liberal Arts University

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“Alternative Facts” and the Humanities

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I have been concerned about “alternative facts” even before that term got popularized in the last month or two. I have studied African American culture for the past two decades, and I have learned how the history of racism was (and is) built on a series of “alternative facts”: whites are smarter than blacks, blacks are lazy, black bodies are weaker or stronger, blacks are violent, etc. These alternative facts become the narratives that shape…

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Escape, Adventure, and Dystopias: Snow Like Ashes

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I have always found that books can be an excellent form of escape from the real world. When life gets too hectic or upsetting, they provide an alternate narrative for one to be a part of. Books allow us to forget our everyday troubles for a while by sending our minds on adventures that we might not ever dream of. I know that this year has not been easy for some, so I wanted to…

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