Social Movements and Social Change in Brazil

This post tells, in brief, the story of my trip to Brazil last month.  Of course, there's much more that could be said than is here.  I will hopefully post some more reflections and a few photos soon, but feel free to shoot me an email if you have questions or comments or are curious... Continue Reading →


an introduction

I doubt this blog will last long; I have a tendency to forget to post and fall behind.  For now, though, I hope it will help me keep thoughts in order and friends in touch over the summer.   The blog's name comes from a favourite poem of mine.   here's to opening and upward,... Continue Reading →

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