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Spoons: Close Reading the "Spoon Theory" of Mental and Physical Health

July 10, 2016 | Bridget Moynihan

What does a spoon have to do with mental or physical well-being? How can a metaphor or other form of figurative language help someone communicate an experience that might otherwise be very difficult to explain? 205 more words


Finding My Feminist Anger Over the Stanford Rape Case and Sara Ahmed’s Goldsmiths’ Resignation

June 13, 2016 | Bridget Moynihan

[tw: discussions of rape, sexual assault]

Sara Ahmed’s making-visible of the willful subject’s feminist role in her widely-cited 2010 article  1,311 more words

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Scrapped Histories: Why and How Scrapbooks Matter

April 18, 2016 | Bridget Moynihan.

What do you think of when you hear the word ‘scrapbook’? Why might an archive save a scrapbook and why would researchers turn to archived scrapbooks as objects of study? 859 more words

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