Monthly Archives: December 2014

‘Time Present and Time Past’: Winter Reading for St. Lucy’s Day

In this post, I’m putting together some winter reading recommendations. A lot of these are either children’s books, or about children’s books – which I suspect isn’t coincidental. The obvious thing to read for St. Lucy’s day is John Donne’s … Continue reading

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Advent at King’s College, Cambridge: A Post about Learning to Belong

Since I started teaching this term, I’ve been thinking a lot about what makes something inclusive. How do I include all of these students? How do I attract students who’re already worrying they may not ‘fit in’? At what point … Continue reading

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