Monthly Archives: November 2011

Unemployment: A Fable

Once upon a time there was a man named Bob… Continue reading

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Lower Education?

‘Students report that on average they spend “twelve hours [a week] socializing with friends, eleven hours using computers for fun, six hours watching television, six hours exercising, five hours on hobbies”—and thirteen hours a week studying.’ Continue reading

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Lamentations Presentation at Agora Conference

My presentation for PBU’s Agora Conference last Saturday, “‘Unless You Have Utterly Rejected Us’: Lamentations as an Instrument of Community Renewal,” is now posted… Continue reading

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