Month: November 2012

ESTS Conference: I

ESTS Conference: I <3 Amsterdam

Just returned from an exceptional few days in Amsterdam, where the ESTS Conference was held last week. The Dutch are wonderful hosts. Without exception (at the conference and throughout Amsterdam), whether assisting with conference details, technology, or more touristic ventures, the people were gracious. My* […]

Henry Ford, Open Access, & 4th Grade

Henry Ford, Open Access, & 4th Grade

Having worked extensively on MBDA this semester and having been especially vocal about project-related milestones during recent dinner conversations, it wasn’t entirely surprising when my son asked me to tell him a little more about MBDA and to explain the progress we’ve been making… ‘Why […]

sabbatical and literature

sabbatical and literature

Travel to Cameroon and Ethiopia in May and June evidently influenced my extra-curricular reading selections. And this fall I’m on sabbatical, so, in between research and writing, I’ve actually had time to read many of the works I’d hoped to get to. But I think […]