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Book Review: Four Days by Iain Ryan


Author: Iain Ryan

Publisher: Broken River Books

Release Date: November 2015

Four Days is a hellish police procedural which unfolds in Queensland, Australia between September 1984 and January 1986. 202 more words

Book Reviews

Paramount Pictures: Do not Produce "Neurotribes", which is a book about Autism by Steve Silberman, as a Movie

The following post was written by a regular contributor Yuval Levental.

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Steve Silberman is an autism writer that trivializes the disabilities that autistics face.  447 more words


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This painting is by Japan-based artist Jim Harris and titled “Probe XII”.

You can view more of Jim’s work through his website.

Images courtesy of Jim Harris


What is an Object? (Ridiculous Questions no.27)

“Any object, intensely regarded, may be a gate of access to the incorruptible eon of the gods.”
James Joyce, Ulysses

Teaching with objects is powerful. It focuses attention, deepens inquiry and opens up unexpected avenues of exploration. 749 more words

Teaching With Objects

Objects at Oxford

In recent years, the Ashmolean, Oxford’s venerable University Museum, has found itself at the centre of a revolution. Adding to its long and distinguished history of teaching in Archaeology, Classics and History of Art, it has been playing regular host to students and their teachers in, among others, Medieval and Modern Languages, Geography, Oriental Studies, English, Neuroscience, Psychiatry, Business and Theology. 833 more words

Teaching With Objects