On university essays and my obsession with cultural identities and young minds

Ask any of my classmates and they will tell you that for the bulk of my university education I ranted about identity politics, race, and TCKs in our new global age. We're talking about cultural policy? I'd write an essay on language policy. An assessment on cosmopolitanism? I'd write an essay on TCKs. (Similarly, in … Continue reading On university essays and my obsession with cultural identities and young minds

Answers in the Wind

Last night I took a walk by myself for the first time in a long time. Walks like this I'd remembered in DC from bus stop to bus stop through Wisconsin Avenue, Columbia Road, and 16th Street with my iPod and teenage arrogance. Walks like this I remembered in Melbourne where I passed with semi-adult self-assurance through … Continue reading Answers in the Wind