Reading Time: 3 minutes This is what happens when parents teach kids that human bodies are shameful.
Reading Time: 4 minutes I get dressed up to teach five days a week this semester. And while I still work on the weekends, I get to decide how I look.
Reading Time: 4 minutes When I teach about cultural appropriation in the college classroom, there’s always more material than there is lecture time. So here’s a round-up of things to consider.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Sometimes dance moves you in unexpected ways, and all you can do is stay in the moment and feel everything that comes through you.
Reading Time: 2 minutes An Israeli student from the University of Haifa is mired in controversy as people debate whether a piece of art she created for class went too far in unintentionally offending Muslim students.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Our latest podcast guests are Monica Long Ross and Amy Ellison, two of the producers at 137 Films, a non-profit production company based in Chicago that promotes science through storytelling.
Their latest project, currently in post-production, is called We Believe in Dinosaurs, all about Noah’s Ark, Creationism, and America’s troubled relationship with science.
Reading Time: < 1 minute In a Belgian film called The Brand New Testament by filmmaker Jaco Van Dormael, God is portrayed as a mean recluse from Brussels whose daughter — no one ever cares about God’s daughter — sneaks into His office, gets into His computer, and sends text messages to everyone in the world telling them the exact time of their death.
You can imagine the inevitable chaos and self-reflection.