~ On the Gilmore Girls' ending.
~ The Grammar of Ornament.
~ This is a reading I wish I could have attended.
~ The Limits of Diversity.
~ Auden's syllabus.
~ What we're eating (I replaced the bacon with sausage and used three cheeses).
~ Thinking about life in a post-work world. (In case you need some anxiety for your holiday season.)
~ Academia has a mom problem. Relatedly, on why "Is it possible to be a good academic and a good mother?" is the wrong question. (Both highly recommended and probably applicable to other fields.)
~ Couldn't read this one because of the paywall, but seems dystopianly frightening.
~ Need to reread this one: Some profound insights into identity from Dante.
~ By Annemarie Slaughter's husband--his side of the story.
~ How to be a Stoic:
Reminds me (and not) of The Art of Losing.
“Starting with things of little value—a bit of spilled oil, a little stolen wine—repeat to yourself: ‘For such a small price, I buy tranquillity.’ ”
~ PAL, ever a favorite, on Christmas.
~ Surprise, surprise: Fracking is terrible. (Okay, I edited the title a bit.)
~ "Eeny, meeny, miny, mo" is ubiquitous (and racist).