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Travelogue XXX: Im Dachst├╝bchen I

March 2, 2015┬áI’ve just moved into a Carl Spitzweg painting. His works belong to the Biedermeier period in Germany, those few decades between the Vienna Congress in 1815 and the start of the Revolution in 1848. 518 more words


Class Bigotry at the NOW, or Adventures in Bourgsplaining

American higher education has a long and shameful history of discrimination. In recent decades, many colleges have attempted to address the problems of racial and gender prejudice in their admissions practices. 762 more words

Working Class

You Look Like A Blueberry Bourgeoisie

We love the contrast with the hair though, it’s truly an awesome look.

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Changing times


Things constantly change and we welcome some changes like improvements in technology. Scientific discoveries lead to new drugs and better healthcare. Some change is based on political ideology, religious fanaticism or is fuelled by hatred and we see no sense in it. 503 more words


Redefining Bourgeoisie

Traditionally, bourgeoisie is European middle class, celebrated by its role in the French Revolution. But understanding its role and characteristics can help us understand why it was the game changer then and is also capable of changing the status quo. 150 more words

Most People Make Paper Airplanes

Bourgeoisie makes a wig, and we all know beautiful artwork needs a frame.

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