Dear readers. Apologies for the lack of posting of late; I was hoping to post more frequently but this month has been very busy with work, so I haven't managed it. I will be posting in the next few days, but in the meantime, enjoy these cartoons, posted by nucleardiner.wordpress.com I especially like the one... Continue Reading →
A must read post about #charlottesville. Source: My fellow white Americans.
The Boy Scouts of America has been in the news over the last week or so because of President Trump’s speech at the organization’s Jamboree in West Virginia; a speech he began by asking “who the hell wants to speak about politics … in front of the Boy Scouts?”and continued by doing just that. As... Continue Reading →
Today is the anniversary of the Trinity test detonation in New Mexico. Therefore, a nuclear themed post seems appropriate. This is an excerpt from a paper delivered at the June 2017 conference of the Society for the History of Childhood and Youth, in which I talked about how nuclear toys sought to manage kids'... Continue Reading →
This fortnight has been a whirlwind of conferences. I was at the Society for the History of Children and Youth at Rutgers in Camden, NJ, the week before last, and this week have been attending the Rhetoric Society of Europe conference in Norwich, England. The two conferences have been very diverse in terms of audience... Continue Reading →