Category Archives: moving

Power, Part I

There have been a few moments that have floored me recently. And I like to think that I’m rarely floored. My intent is to discuss one at a time until I run out. In trying to figure out if there’s … Continue reading

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Another First Day

Monday was the first day of classes for me, and also the first day of a new job.  This fall I started as an assistant professor at Colorado College, a liberal arts college of about 2000 students in Colorado Springs, … Continue reading

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Moving Again

I am writing this blog entry from my new apartment. Of course it’s not actually anywhere close to new—one of the great things about Philadelphia is the abundance of historical buildings, and the sign outside the building tells me that … Continue reading

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