I have been continually amazed at the difficulties mothers face, ever since I had two children of my own. How quietly mothers suffer the injustices of biology and culture!
a personal statement
“WHO are you and WHO do you want to be?” a friend of mine texted when I told her I was going to apply for this scholarship. We were discussing identity politics and the politics of leadership in these polarized times. From the vantage point of my positionality as a white, middle-class, able-bodied, cis-gendered woman, […]
research problem, objectives, and methodology (an iteration)
Young people today receive technologies that become central to their lives and yet they do not participate in imagining the design of those technologies. Increasingly important are learning experiences that not only promote building and experimentation with technologies, but also facilitate critical and imaginative engagement with the role technology plays in our lives and the world. The popular […]
an inhalation at the cusp of the year
So much writing and thinking is done in the quiet space of this moment within these doctoral studies within this marriage and motherhood and friendships and communal living and living in general just barely not falling off the planet. I am deep into the journey now, without a clear idea of where I’m going or […]