Monuments at Georgia’s State Capital

In my last post I discussed the importance of telling a fuller story when it comes to displaying and engaging with confederate monuments. At the very least, accompanying information should answer basic questions about the monument’s own history. When was the monument built, by whom, and with what kinds of messages in mind? While contextualizing … Continue reading Monuments at Georgia’s State Capital

Women in Philosophy: Vandana Shiva

A couple of days late, but worth the wait... my last post for Women's History month: Indian physicist, feminist, philosopher Vandana Shiva! I was first introduced to Shiva’s work as an undergrad studying agrarian philosophies. I was taking a seminar with my advisor, Jon Jensen, and we were studying a lot of American agrarian thinkers, … Continue reading Women in Philosophy: Vandana Shiva