I’d re-encountered Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie‘s TED talk and have been thinking a lot about how I spend most of my time Continue reading
From the Atlantic “If you’re in an advantaged position in society, believing the system is fair and that everyone could Continue reading
A fascinating discussion at the Thoughts of an Angry Hijabi Facebook page about the transgender rights movement and colonialism. It’s Continue reading
While I understand that Vox tend toward the clickbaity side of things, I don’t find some of the claims made Continue reading
This is wonderfully concise.
A fascinating piece detailing the relationship between the rise of Anti-Chinese sentiment and the abolition of slavery in the US. Continue reading
One of the hallmarks of the Classical Music Crisis viewpoint is the idea that Classical Music, as a field, is Continue reading
There are so many Nobel authors I’ve yet to read, but I’m much more interested in the non-western ones. Just Continue reading