There are things we know but don’t know that we know…and some of them just ain’t so.
“On the threshold the entire past and the endless future rush to meet one another.”
French philosophers and our pursuit of happiness.
A lovely book on turn-of-the-century Glasgow was a perfect read to prepare for an upcoming Scottish trip.
Here’s some of what I discovered on my morning strolls while on a family visit to Alameda.
In preparation for a tour this spring, I catch up on a Shetland Island murder mystery series.
In our polarized times, how do we move from judgment of those who are different from us.
We can learn the history of slavery, but do we have the collective will to reckon with it?
A graduate seminar on preservation gave me the chance to discuss why old places matter.
What does it mean to be three, thirteen, twenty-five, forty, and (ahem) more all at the same time?