Monthly Archives: September 2012

Read About Us

I have majorly mixed feeling about this poster, which hangs in the library of the school where I’m teaching, but also hung in the library at the University of Delaware when I was an undergrad there. I mean, hurray for … Continue reading

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prejudice

Every time I think or say or hear the word prejudice, I think of the Tim Minchin song: (NOT SAFE FOR WORK!) I’m working young kids, and I’ve been surprised by the strength of all kinds of prejudices among them: what’s … Continue reading

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Carmen Mehta on “Here’s the Thing”

I didn’t know anything about Carmen Mehta, but Alec Baldwin talks to her in his interview with her husband, Zarin, recently retired executive director of the NY Philharmonic.  She’s a former singer, now voice teacher.  And she talks about teaching … Continue reading

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