Monthly Archives: September 2012
Virginia Wolf’s “A Room of One’s Own” serves as perhaps the first literary instance of how private writings and personal space can serve to foster inspiration for individual ideas. Many women throughout the world have used the internet as a … Continue reading
In memory of Steve Sabol; who turned a brutal and violent game into a work of art and poetry. As I sweated through another stressful New York Jets game this afternoon, the last thing on my mind were my classes … Continue reading
When analyzing culture, it is hard to look at the entire spectrum and draw any specific conclusions. With that being said, we can still look at examples and try to better understand different situations and the possible consequences. In late … Continue reading
Sorry, I accidentally posted this on a different wordpress blog for anther class. Anyways, Everyone, enjoy. And Shana Tova, to all those celebrating Rosh Hashana.
Ehrenreich and English argue that women’s health overall has fallen during pregnancy because of the various changes in the way the medical world has treated this natural process. While as late as even as the 19th century most women used … Continue reading