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Opening to Presence: Best Books of 2016

It is not difficult for me to pick out my spiritual highlight of 2016. A good friend recommended that I look into Dot B mindfulness training during the summer holidays, and so I applied across Europe for a program. However, … Continue reading

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Education for Transformation: Introducing Humanities I in Action

Introduction After more than a decade of teaching Humanities I in Action, my colleagues and I remain excited to welcome students into our classroom every August, knowing that from day 1 they begin a journey that challenges and expands their … Continue reading

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The Victim’s View: Teaching about Violence in Humanities I in Action

Violence emerges as a major theme of our exploration of the human condition in the first semester of Humanities I in Action. We use Rwandan survivor Immaculee Ilibagiza’s Left to Tell   to provide a victim’s perspective of violence, which … Continue reading

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