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Storify Post: I’m Really Done with Oppression in the Academy

Man oh man am I tired. Not apparently tired enough to write not one, but TWO rants on twitter in less than twenty-four hours on oppression in academia. But too tired to re-figure out how to embed┬áStorify posts in WordPress … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day 2017

We see you, men. We notice what you do (and don’t) say about your partners. How you support them, praise them, lift them up, love them. We watch when you don’t comment about cases of violence against women in the … Continue reading

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Storify Essay: January 12 2016

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Having tattoos and being in academia

Today through one of my friends on Facebook (thanks ER!) I came across David J. Leonard’s 2012 article, “The Inked Academic Body” from The Chronicle. I, like many people, have tattoos. In fact, I have three; however, all can be … Continue reading

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