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Climate Anxiety Counseling: Kennedy Plaza/Burnside Park, 6/8/18

Weather: Warm, bright, sometimes breezy, sometimes heavy.

Number of people: 7 stoppers, 1 walkby.

Number of hecklers: 0!

People I’ve spoken with before, back for more: 948 more words

Climate Change

What prevents Europe from staying united

By Cristina Font Haro

Published: Global Times 12/11/2017

The decade has seen Europe grapple with multiple problems undermining stability and prosperity. It started with the financial crisis, the rise of far-right nationalist movements, isolationism, and anti-immigration sentiment. 715 more words

European Politics/ Política Europea

Rising regionalism sours EU’s spirit of unity

By Cristina Font Haro

Published: Global Times 29/10/2017 Illustration: Liu Rui/GT

On September 18, 2014, Scotland held a referendum to decide whether it should be an independent country. 809 more words

European Politics/ Política Europea

The 'Other' O'Keeffe Girl

When you speak of great artists, the use of their surname is enough to tell you who they were and what they achieved: Picasso, Van Gogh, Bosch, O’Keeffe…Wait, how many of you stopped at this surname and asked “Which O’Keeffe do you mean?”. 641 more words

Abstract

Let’s face it, ASEAN is going nowhere

Pranoto Iskandar
Institute for Migrant Rights

This post responds to Social & Legal Studies’ (S&LS) kind offer to further discuss my recently published… 1,678 more words

Human Rights

“A Short-lived Excess”: Systems-thinking, History and the Present

Image courtesy  Reuters/Alister Doyle.

Part One: Mapping the Challenge (or Climate Change: one issue to rule them all)

1. A historian’s vision is slightly less constrained by and limited to the present moment than most people’s. 1,710 more words

Transition

Grant Wood and John Steuart Curry depict the dignity of the local, the small, and the individual

Back in 2014, the Cincinnati Art Museum collaborated with The Art Institute of Chicago to hold a small exhibition of midwestern Regionalist art, centering on bringing together two of Grant Woods’ masterpieces:   982 more words